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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 →

Bengal’s Injustice League

Death sentences for drinking and adultery, public flogging for petty theft, forced to eat one’s own excreta to ward off ‘evil spirits’, paraded naked for whistling, exiled for challenging village elders and stifling social boycotts for minor misdemeanors. All this… Continue Reading →

India jail-born man earns bail money, for release of his mother after 19 years #WTF

  By Sanjoy Majumder BBC News, Kanpur Vijay Kumari was unable to post the necessary bail amount of about £120 In a dusty tenement in a crowded neighbourhood in the Indian city of Kanpur, a young man takes out a bright… Continue Reading →

Story behind the ‘Lost Case”- despite social legal support #Vaw #Justice

Mumbai, Majlis Team , March 31,, 2013 As  fourteen year old Priya  had not been getting her periods for some months, her mother took her to Shatabdi, a  public Hospital in the nearby area, for a check up.  During examination… Continue Reading →

#India- Drugged, raped minor gets Justice #Vaw

Published: Friday, Feb 8, 2013, 9:30 IST By Mustafa Plumber & Dilnaz Boga | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA   The Aurangabad bench of the Bombay high court has upheld the conviction of 20 men in the case of a minor who was drugged… Continue Reading →

Coventry honour killing victim Surjit Athwal remembered #Vaw

by Hayley Draper, Coventry Telegraph Dec 7 2012   THE ‘honour killing‘ of a Coventry mum has been remembered at a memorial service at the House of Commons. The 14th anniversary of the disappearance of Surjit Kaur Athwal was marked… Continue Reading →

Presumed Guilty: After 14 wasted years in prison, life begins anew

PRAYAAG AKBAR NEW DELHI | 19th Feb Mohammed Aamir at his home in Sadr Bazaar. Aamir spent 14 years in jail before being acquitted in January this year. Photograph: ABHISHEK SHUKLA n the night of 20 February 1998, in the… Continue Reading →

WTF news-Robbed Rs 100 ( 2$) ? stay in jail for seven years

1 Feb 2012 COIMBATORE: Two Coimbatore youth have been awarded seven years in jail each for waylaying and robbing a man of Rs100 and a wrist watch two years ago. Handing down the punishment on Tuesday, the Fourth Additional Sessions… Continue Reading →

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