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Wrong takes place in two ways - by commission of an act, or by omission of an act. According to Sec. 33 of IPC, an 'Act' denotes a single act or a series of acts, and an 'Omission' denotes a single Ommission or a series of Omissions.

Wrongs can be either Public Wrongs or Private Wrongs. A Private Wrong is the injury caused to an individual or group of individuals. A Public Wrong is an offence against the community. Crimes are public wrongs.

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