Section 362 of IPC(Indian Penal Code)-Dhara-Dafa-
Whoever by force compels, or by any deceitful means induces, any person to go from any place, is said to abduct that person.
Abduction distinguished from kidnapping
It is well known that the ingredients of the two offences—‘kidnapping’ and ‘abduction’—are entirely different. These are two distinct offences; Abhaya Jena v. State of Orissa, (1997) Crimes 531 (Ori).
Meaning and definitions of the terms used in the section description and classification of Indian Laws:
Cognizable offences :
As defined in first schedule of Code of Criminal Procedure, a cognizable offence is a criminal offence in which the police is empowered to register an FIR, investigate, and arrest an accused without a court issued warrant.
Non-Cognizable offence :
A non-cognizable offence is an offence in which police can neither register an FIR, investigate, nor effect arrest without the express permission or directions from the court.
Compoundable offence :
Compoundable offence is permitted to settle before the court.
Non-compoundable is not permitted to settle before the court.