A Comprehensive and exhaustive guide on practical aspects of Military Law. Ever since publication of its First edition during 1988. The book has been very popular amongst its users. On their constantsuggestions it has been regularly improved, revised, and updated in its susequent editions, published during 1991, 1994, 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2010. In the eighth edition, the book has again been thoroughly revised by incorporating the Latest case Law, Army Regulations, orders, instructions and policy directions. A new chapter III-A - Application of the Army Act to Military Nursing Service' has been added. Contents of VIIIth Edition of the book include the following Part I. a) Introduction to the Administration of Military Law. b) Historical Evolution of Military Law. C) Application of the Army Act to Certain Forces underCentral Government namely Civil GT Companies, Rashtriya Riflies, Military Nursing Service and General Reserve Engineer Force. d) Military Offences, Punishments and Penal Deductions. e) Courts of Inquiry, Committees, Boards of Officers and Courts of Inquest. f) Charge-Sheet and Offence Report. g) Arrest and Suspension. h) Confession. i) reporting of Occurrences, Hearing of Charges and Summary Disposal of Offences under Army Act Section 80. j) Summary of Evidence k) Duties and Responsibilities of the Commanding Officer l) Summary Disposals under Sections 83 to 85 of the Army Act. m) Administrative Action in the Army n) Courts-Martial. o) Duties of the Formation Commanders and 'A' Staff Officers in Relation to Courts-Martial. p) Summary Court-Martial. q) Civil Offences and Adjustment of Jurisdiction between Criminal Courts and Tribunals of the Armed Forces. r) Prosecution and Defence. s) Furtough and Parole. t) Complaints, Representations and Petitions. u) Maintenance of Wife, Children and Dependants. v) Right to Information. w) Epilogue. PART II The Army Acrt, 1950, The Army Rules 1964, The Right to Information Act, 2005 and Extracts from the Armed Forces Tribunal Act, 2007. The book will be of great help to all users of Military Law and Laws relating to the Armed Forces, i.e. Navy, Air Force, Assam Rifles, Rashtriya Rifles, NSG, BSF, FREF, Coast Guards and SPG as well as judges, magistrates, lawyers, polie officers and students of Military and allied laws and all those who are interested in the study and practice of Military Law. A Must for all members of the Armed Forces, Units, Formation Headquarters, Courts, Benches of Armed Forces Tribunal Police, Law libraries, Universities and Law Colleges.