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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF JUDGES OF THE DISTRICT JUDICIARY ON JUST SENTENCING: POLICY & PRACTICE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

S. No. Cases & Materials P.No

1. Judicial Approaches to Determining Appropriate Sentence & Quantum of Sentence

1 Julian V. Roberts, Umar Azmeh and Kartikeya Tripathi , Structured Sentencing in


England and Wales: Recent Developments and Lessons for India, National Law
School of India Review(NLSIR), 2011

2 Sumer Singh v Surajbhan Singh and others


2014(6) SCALE 187

3 Narinder Singh v State of Punjab


2014(4) SCALE 195

4 Hazara Singh v Raj Kumar and others


2013(6) SCALE 142

5 Guru Basavaraj @ Benne Settappa v State Of Karnataka


2012(8) SCALE 47

6 OMA @ Omprakash and Anr. v. State of Tamil Nadu


2012(12)SCALE112, (2013)3SCC440

7 Soman v. State of Kerala


MANU/SC/1110/2012

8 Gurmukh Singh v State of Haryana


2009(11) SCALE 688

9 State of Punjab v. Prem Sagar and Ors.


(2008) 7 SCC 550

10 State of Karnataka v Sharanappa Basnagouda Aregoudar


2002(3) SCALE 83

11 State of Maharashtra and Another v Najakat Alias Mubarak Ali


2001(4) SCALE 71

12 Santa Singh v. State of Punjab


(1976) 4 SCC 190

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2. Sentencing Principles & Guidelines in the Cr.P.C. and the I.P.C.


[Consecutive & Concurrent Sentences, Meaning of “Life” and Minimum Sentences]

1 O. M. Cherian @ Thankachan v State of Kerala and others


2014(12) SCALE 636

2 Duryodhan Rout v State of Orissa


2014(8) SCALE 96

3 Manoj @ Panu v State of Haryana


2013(15) SCALE 149

4 Swamy Shraddananda @ Murali Manohar Mishra v State of Karnataka


2008(10) SCALE 669

5 Chatar Singh v State Of M.P.


2006(12) SCALE 381

3. Death Sentence: Evolving Jurisprudence

1 Justice S. B. Sinha , To Kill or Not to Kill: The Unending Conundrum, NLSIU


Bangalore - National Law School of India Review(NLSIR), 2013

2 Bikram Jeet Batra, Information on Death Penalty: India Flouting International


Obligations, Economic and Political Weekly,Vol. 40, No. 42 (Oct. 15-21, 2005)

3 Shatrughan Chauhan and another v Union of India and others


2014(1) SCALE 437

4 Shankar Kisanrao Khade v State of Maharashtra


2013(6) SCALE 277

5 Santosh Kumar Satishbhushan Bariyar vs. State of Maharashtra


& State of Maharashtra vs. Sanjeevkumar Mahendraprasad Roy
(2009)6SCC498

6 Mulla & Anr v State Of U.P.


2010(2) SCALE 179

7 Mohd. Farooq Abdul Gafur and Another v State of Maharashtra


2009(11) SCALE 327

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4. Sentencing Practices in Offences Relating to Women

1 Aisha K. Gill, Karen Harrison, Sentencing Sex Offenders in India: Retributive Justice
versus Sex-Offender Treatment Programmes and Restorative Justice Approaches,
2013 International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences (IJCJS) – Official Journal of the
South Asian Society of Criminology and Victimology (SASCV) ISSN: 0973-5089 July –
December 2013. Vol. 8 (2): 166–181

2 Satish Kumar Jayanti Lal Dabgar v State of Gujarat


2015 Indlaw SC 162

3 Shyam Narain v State Of Nct Of Delhi


2013(7) SCALE 392

4 State of Haryana v Janak Singh and Etc.


2013(9) SCALE 697

5 Santhosh Moolya and Another v State of Karnataka


2010(4) SCALE 348

6 State of M.P v Bablu Natt


2008(16) SCALE 353

7 State of Madhya Pradesh v Balu


2004(9) SCALE 378

8 T. K. Gopal Alias Gopi v State of Karnataka


2000(4) SCALE 373

9 Phul Singh v State of Haryana


(1979) 4 SCC 413

5. Imposition of Fine & Compensation to Victims of Crime

1 Justice (Retd.) P. V. Reddi , Role of the Victim in the Criminal Justice Process, NLSIU
Bangalore - Student Bar Review(SBR), 2006

2 Shahejadkhan Mahebubkhan Pathan v State of Gujarat


2012(10) SCALE 21

3 Guru Basavaraj @ Benne Settappa v State Of Karnataka


2012(8) SCALE 47

4 Suresh and another v State of Haryana

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2014(13) SCALE 390

5 Ankush Shivaji Gaikwad v State of Maharashtra


2013 Indlaw SC 287

6 R. Mohan and another v A. K. Vijaya Kumar and another


2012(6) SCALE 113

7 Roy Fernandes v State Of Goa And Others


2012(2) SCALE 68

8 Kaushalya Devi Massand v Roopkishore Khore


2011(3) SCALE 574

6. Alternatives to Custodial Sentences: Reformation & Rehabilitation

1 State Tr.P.S.Lodhi Colony New Delhi v Sanjeev Nanda


2012(7) SCALE 120

2 State Through C.B.I., Anti-Corruption Branch, Chandigarh v Sanjiv Bhalla and


another
2014(8) SCALE 377

3 Satto and Others v State of Uttar Pradesh


(1979) 2 SCC 628

Note:
Judgments have been edited in order to accommodate them in the Reading Material. The emphasis
on certain paragraphs or sentences in judgments has been made in the form of bold fonts to highlight
issues for discussion in the programme.