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India’s courts ‘condone’ Dalit atrocities

Saurav Datta Caste-blind judiciary fails Dalit victims as number of sex attacks are reported against former untouchables. Twenty two years ago, in Bhateri village in the western Indian state of Rajasthan, Bhanwari Devi was gang-raped by five men. The reason… Continue Reading →

Modi has no regard for any kind of court, least of all judiciary

The refrain that democratic institutions will survive him ignores how weak they are. Written by Nandini Sunder | May 2, 2014 , Indian Express Modi has no regard for any other kind of court, least of all a constitutionally appointed judiciaryThe refrain… Continue Reading →

#India – Charge sheets filed in many grave crime cases, but trial yet to begin

S. VIJAY KUMAR More than a decade ago, a differently-abled girl was allegedly raped by a youth. The deaf and dumb girl of Dharmapuri managed to give an account of the incident to her family and even identified the suspect…. Continue Reading →

Double Punishment for Afzal Guru – deathpenalty

Kashmir Times– 18 FEB by Ravi Nitesh   Inspite of unavailabity of sufficient evidence and any direct linkages with terrorists groups, Afzal guru was awarded death and hanged after the order of the apex court of India. Many points have been argued… Continue Reading →

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