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Advancement and privatization are revolutionary ideas, presently sweeping the world. India is no exemption. Since 1991, these ideas have been acknowledged and applied in India. The New Financial Strategy is a fait accompli and practically irreversible. In any event, when the Assembled Front. The government came to control at the Centre, supported by the Socialist gatherings, it followed the approaches of progression and privatization. The Prisoner has been in our general public since old India when the relieving components were housed in an area assigned by the rulers to shield the overall individuals from wrongdoing. Prison facilities were viewed as a position of Hostages, where detainees were held for retaliation and discipline.

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1Vikas Sharma*, 2Dr. K.B. Asthana**

1Research Scholar, (Law), Maharishi Law School, Maharishi University of Informaton Technology, Lucknow.

2Professor and Dean, Maharishi Law School (Noida Campus), Maharishi University of Information Technology, Lucknow


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Internet piracy is the act of downloading a file from the internet.

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The Hon'ble Governor addressed the gathering of inmates and stated that Model Jail, Chandigarh is undoubtedly one of the best prisons in India.

The circle Jail, Baripada is established during the year 1885.

while protecting individual freedom from the abuse of power by law enforcement agents and other government officials

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