Cognizable : refers to offenses for which a police officer can make an arrest without a warrant and begin an investigation without the need for a court order, typically involving serious crimes.(Under Section 2(c) of Criminal Procedure Code)
Compounding offences : refers to the process where a person who has committed an offense agrees to settle the matter by making a payment or reaching an agreement with the victim or the authorities, thereby avoiding prosecution or legal proceeding.(Under Section 320 of...
Confiscation :refers to the legal seizure or forfeiture of property or assets by authorities as a penalty for wrongdoing or as a result of illegal activity.
Conviction :refers to a formal declaration of guilt by a court of law after a person has been found guilty of committing a crime or offense.(Under Section 252 or 255 of Criminal Procedure Code)
Cheating :Cheating involves dishonest or deceitful behavior with the intention of gaining an unfair advantage or deceiving others, often in the context of a game, competition, or interpersonal relationship.(Under Section 420 of Indian Penal Code)
Cybersecurity : It refers to the protection of computer systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access, exploitation, or damage, as well as ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information and digital assets.( Under Information Technology...