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#India- Here is how ,Bollywood Actor Sanjay Dutt escaped TADA #mustread

His other co-accused have all been convicted under the stringent anti-terrorist law on evidence much less damning. Ashish Khetan and Harinder Baweja unearth court records that point to Sanjay’s exact role     It was probably the most difficult moment… Continue Reading →

#Mumbai Three-yr-old raped by uncle in theatre #childabuse #WTFnews

The accused was caught in the act by other movie goers when the girl started crying; in another incident, a 10-year-old boy was sodomised by an acquaintance May 27, 2013 MUMBAI Sagar Rajput, mID DAY With one case of rape… Continue Reading →

#India – She has marks but no money to realise her dream #mustshare

M.K. ANANTH, The Hindu NAMAKKAL, May 21, 2013 S. Gayathri. S. Gayathri (17) of Chinnamaruthur in Pilikalpalayam panchayat, Paramathi Velur taluk, about 35 km from Namakkal town, has scored 1,129 (94 per cent) in the recent Plus Two exams. She aspires… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court of India – ‘Revolving door’ in lawsuits

M J Antony  May 07, 2013 , BS The Court now limits review petitions to only grave errors in judgments When litigants lose their final appeal in the Supreme Court, most of them learn to grin and bear it. However, lawyers tend… Continue Reading →

India has a flawed notion of mercy #deathpenalty

By RAJEEV DHAVAN PUBLISHED: 20:47 GMT, 21 April 2013   The quality of mercy varies from person to situation, but it is for all: the preferred rich and the unpreferred poor. Dispensing mercy is a compassionate art with which India is out… Continue Reading →

#India – The Court of Last Resort #Justicekatju

  By- Justice Markandey Katju , April 1, 2013 It has been felt for quite some time that injustice is being done to a large number of people who have been languishing in jail either as under trials whose cases… 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 →

#Mumbairiots – Two decades on, the inconvinient truth #mustread

Meena Menon, The Hindu _ The less privileged survivors of the 1993 Mumbai riots should not be deprived of justice on the grounds that old wounds will be reopened It is 20 years since two cataclysmic events shook Bombay now… Continue Reading →

#India – Why Special Cell will continue to manufacture dreaded terrorists

Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association   Last year, JTSA compiled and released a report documenting 16 cases where the Delhi Police, especially its Special Cell, had framed innocents as terrorists. An overwhelming number of these unfortunate men were from Kashmir. Despite… Continue Reading →

India upholds #deathpenalty over 1993 Mumbai blasts, SanjayDutt gets 5 years in Jail

March 21, 2013 1By Ammu Kannampilly In this photograph taken on July 31, 2007, Indian Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt (L) is frisked by a policeman as he arrives for sentencing at the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) – TADA court in… Continue Reading →

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