(1) The Indian Extradition Act, 1903(15 of 1908), and any law corresponding thereto in force at the commencement of this Act in the territories which, immediately before the 1st day of November 1956, were comprised in Part B States and the New East Frontier Agency and Tuensang District (Extradition) Regulation , 1961 (3 of 1961) , are hereby repealed.
(2) 33 and 34 vict.c.52 36 and 37 Vict c.60 6Edw.7,c 15;22 and 23 Geo.5, c, 39; 44 and 45 Vict c.69. The Extradition Acts, 1870 to 1932 and the Fugitive Offenders Act, 1881, in so far as they apply to and operate as part of the law of India, are hereby repealed.
THE FIRST SCHEDULE
[See section 2(a)]
The following are commonwealth countries:-
1. Commonwealth of Australia.
5. Federation of Malaya.
7. New Zealand.
10. Sierra Leone
13. United Kingdom.
The Second Schedule
[See section 2(c) (ii)]
Extradition offences in relation to foreign States other than treaty States or in relation to commonwealth countries.
The following list of extradition offences is to be construed according to the law in force in India on the date of the alleged offence. Wherever the names of the relevant Acts and given, the sections referred to are the sections of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860):
1. Culpable homicide (sections 229 to 304)
2. Attempt to murder (section 307)
3. Causing miscarriage and abandonment of child (sections 312 to 317)
4. Kidnapping abduction slavery and forced labour (section 360 to 374)
5. Rape and unnatural offences (sections 375 to 377)
6. Theft, extortion, robbery and dacoity (sections 378 to 402)
7. Criminal misappropriation and criminal breach of trust (sections 403 to 414).
8. Cheating (sections 415 to 420)
9. Mischief (sections 425 to 440)
10. Forgery, using forged documents and other offences relating to false documents (sections 463 to 477A)
11. Offences relating to coins and stamps (sections 230 to 263A)
12. Sinking or destroying a vessel at sea or attempting or conspiring to do so.
13. Damaging or destroying an aircraft in the air attempting or conspiring to do so.
14. Assault on board a vessel on the high seas or an aircraft in the air outside India or the Indian territorial waters with intent to destroy life or to grievous bodily harm.
15. Revolt or conspiracy to revolt by two more person board a vessel on the high seas or an aircraft in the air outside India or the Indian territorial waters against the authority of the master or the plot in command.
16. Smuggling of gold, gold manufactures diamonds and other precious stones or of any narcotic substances [section 167, entry 81 in column 2 of schedule, Sea Customs Act, 1878 (3 of 1878]
17. Immoral traffic in women and girls [sections 4,5,6 and 3 of the Suppression of Immoral Traffic in Women and Girls Act ,1956(104 of 1956)].
18. Any offence which if committed in India would be punishable under any other section of the Indian Penal Code or any other law, and which may, from time to time, be specified by the Central Government by notification in the Official Gazette either generally for all foreign States or for all commonwealth countries or specially for one or more such States or countries.