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As per preamble of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, the purpose of this Act is:
As per section 1 of Indian Evidence Act, the Act came into force on:
What is the meaning of “Not proved” under Indian Evidence Act?
Under the Indian Evidence Act, fact means:
The fact sought to be proved is called:
The case of Sawal Das vs. State of Bihar is related to:
Who can make admission under Indian Evidence Act?
Evidence Act – ‘Res gestae’ is an exception to the ………………………………………………………………..
Under Section 8 of the Indian Evidence Act:
Under Indian Evidence Act, the fact of Identification Parade is relevant in:
The plea of ‘Alibi’ is established by:
The term admission is defined in the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 in:
Admission’ is a statement which is:
Section 31 of the Indian Evidence Act says that admissions are not conclusive proof of the matters admitted, but they may operate as:
Dying declaration may be made to a:
In which Section of the Indian Evidence Act the words “to form part of the same transaction” are provided?
Chapter V of Evidence Act deals with
The case, Pakala Narayana Swami vs. King Emperor relates to:
What is judicial notice?
Facts judicially noticeable:
Secondary evidence includes:
Public document includes:
Section 93 of the Indian Evidence Act, applies to the:
The principle stated in Section 106 of the Indian Evidence Act is an application of the principle of:
In a criminal case, the primary burden to prove a fact is upon:
Burden of proof under Section 101 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872:
A’ wishes to prove a dying declaration by ‘B’, ‘A’ must prove ‘B’s death. Which section of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 provides for such eventuality?
Section 105 of Evidence Act applies to:
Civil death’ may be presumed, if it is proved that one has not been heard of for:
Section 112 of Evidence Act provides for presumption of …………………………………………………….
Presumption under Section 113A of Indian Evidence Act pertains to:
Which one of the following is provided under Section 133 of the Indian Evidence Act?
Who among the following is not an accomplice?
What is the number of witnesses required for the proof of any fact in any case?
Under Section 118 of Indian Evidence Act, who amongst the following is not competent witness?
Which Section of Evidence Act provides that judge will decide as to admissibility of evidence?
Leading questions can be asked during:
Re-examination of a witness:
Testimony of ‘Hostile Witness’ is to be:
Hostile Witness means:
The following is not the example of “Best Evidence Rule”:
Court question under Section 165 of Evidence Act can be put to:
Which of the following is true about First Information Report (FIR)?
Law of Evidence is:
Indian Evidence Act was drafted by:
Under the Evidence Act, fact means:
Under which section Indian Evidence Act, the expert opinion is relevant?
Appreciation of evidence is a:
Circumstantial evidence is:
Indian Evidence Act consists of: