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18-05-2023 MCQs Test English

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1. Consider the following statements.

  1. Defamation is the act of communicating false statements about a person that injure the reputation of that person when observed through the eyes of ordinary man.
  2. Written defamation, printed or typed material or images is called as libel and spoken defamation is called slander.

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2. Consider the following statements with respect to Civil Defamation.

  1. The statements made need to be false and it must be made without the consent of the alleged defamed person.
  2. Monetary compensation can be claimed from the defendant for defamation.

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3. Consider the following statements regarding Defamation.

  1. Contempt of court, defamation and incitement to an offence are some exceptions under article 19
  2. Defamation is an offence under both the civil and criminal law.
  3. In civil law, defamation is punishable under the Law of Torts by imposing punishment in the form of damages to be awarded to the claimant.

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4. Consider the following statements with respect to Criminal defamation.

  1. Under the Criminal law, Defamation is a bailable, non-cognizable offence and compoundable offence.
  2. Hence a policeman may arrest only with an arrest warrant issued by a magistrate.
  3. The Indian Penal Code punishes the offence with a simple imprisonment up to two years, or with fine, or both.

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5. Which of the following is not a Rabi crop?

 
 
 
 
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