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Thursday, 17 July 2014

Police Sub Inspector Questions - 2

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6. Unliquidated damages means

A] damage to something solid
B] damage caused by a firm which has gone in liquidation
C] damage to a firm in the hands of receivers
D] damage to be assessed by a court as these are not pre-determined
Answer :- D

7. Which amoung the following is TRUE with regard to tort
A] It is indistinguishable from contract
B] It is partly distinguishable from contract
C] It is other tham mere breach of contract
D] None of these
Answer :- C

8.Sedition is an offence against
A] a women
B] a man
C] human beings
D] a state
Answer :- D
  • According to section 124 A of the Indian Penal Code a person is liable to be punished for the offence of section if the following conditions are satisfied
  1. He should have brought or attempted to bring into 'hatred' or 'contempt' towards the government.
  2. He should have attempted to excide 'disaffection' towards the government. Disaffection means anything which is contray to affection.
  • The person who is guilty of sedition is liable to be punished with imprisonment for life, to which fine may be added or with imprisonment which may extend to three years to which fine may be added.
9. Section 498 of IPC deals with

A] Rape
B] Adultery
C] Criminal elopement
D] Cruelty by husband or relatives of husband
Answer :- C
  • A person is liable to be punished for criminal elopement (Seduction) if the following conditions are satisfied
  1. He should have enticed away or taken away a women from her husband or any other person having to care of her on behalf of the husband.
  2. He should be aware of the fact that the women is the wife of another person.
  3. The accused should have detained or concealed such a women with intent that she might have illicit inercourse with any person
  • It is to be noted that the consent of the wife is immaterial
  • A person who commits the offence of criminal elopment is liable for imprisonment for a term which may extend to two years or with fine or both.
10.The aggravated form of theft is known as
A] Robbery
B]Extortion
C] Dacoity
D] Terror
Answer :- A
  • Section 378 to 382 of IPC deals with theft. The offence of theft is defined in section 378.
  • Section 383 of IPC defines extortion. Extortion means putting another person in fear with wrongful intention. 
  • Section 390 of IPC defines the offence of robbery.

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