The IB officer is a vulnerable being. Blame him not casually.
Political parties will have to sink their differences and cooperate in taking part in the exercise in making...
On The Enquiry Report (Preliminary) of May 2010 in SLP (Crl.) 1088/2088
It’s now extra-risky to wander from the straight and narrow
Our criticism of the judiciary’s humane side doesn’t augur well
Legalising cricket betting seems the only practical solution
Three killings, all of women; three killers, all known to the victims
The sentencing of a woman in Iran and some thoughts on India
Now as in the past, there surely are honest officials. At least some.
Verdicts sending men to the gallows can often go awry
Women in the police and police treatment of women—two stories
Will a gubernatorial role contain a lifelong top cop?
To be sure, it has to come from the police. But society can help.
We don’t aspire to utopia, but have a right to resist corruption
It’s time we extirpated the horrific dehumanisation from our prisons
It seems we’re doing nothing about the violence in our mindset
The UK is debating euthanasia laws; India should take a cue
The sexual abuse of children hasn’t shocked us with its ugliness
A newer India must extirpate institutional indulgence for corruption