L'affaire Liaqat Shah once again shows how ministry of home affairs has emboldened agencies to pick, detain, arrest and charge people with terrorism.
Web | Mar 25, 2013
'By asserting that Hyderabad bombing may have been a reaction to the execution of Kasab and Afzal Guru, the home minister himself foreclosed any possibility of unbiased investigation'
Web | Feb 26, 2013
Academics, writers, filmmakers write to the President protesting the execution of Afzal Guru
Web | Feb 13, 2013
What judgment after judgment comments on is the manner in which the so-called evidence provided by the police and the prosecution was tampered with and fabricated, how story after story as presented by the prosecutionwas unreliable, incredulous,and appeared as concocted.
Web | Sep 23, 2012
'Disappearances and illegal detentions have become rampant... It is as though a new wave of counter terrorism has been launched to terrorize the youth belonging to a community'
Web | Jun 14, 2012
...the Indian government owes several apologies too
Web | Apr 15, 2012
'Women demand an apology for his sexist comments'
Web | Nov 24, 2011
'We stand in solidarity with Prashant Bhushan and Shanti Bhushan and reiterate our faith in their commitment in fighting against corporate loot and corruption'
Web | Apr 21, 2011
Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association joins issue with Delhi Police claims on the arrest of Shahzad Ahmed who is being charged with the murder of Inspector Sharma
Web | Feb 08, 2010
'The manner and the suspicious circumstances in which young boys, many of them students of Jamia Millia Islamia, have been picked up by the Special Cell, and pronounced "dreaded terrorists" by a trial by an utterly sensationalist and prejudiced media has created an atmosphere of fear and suspicion'
Web | Sep 25, 2008