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Afzal Guru hanging

A perfect day for democracy

Wasn’t it? Yesterday I mean. Spring announced itself in Delhi. The sun was out, and the Law took its Course. Just before breakfast, Afza...»

The vanity of 13/12 ‘truth-telling’

The ground beneath Arundhati Roy’s seismic claims on the Parliament House attack, is shaky — to say the least »


How India Failed Aruna Shanbaug

The life and death of Aruna Shanbaug, a comatose for over four decades after she was raped, calls for a reexamination of India's policies towards victims of rape and violence against women. In this article, Vasundhara Sirnate , throws the spotlight on state inadequacies, which, along with systemic apathy, trample upon any fight for justice for victims of rape and other forms of gender-based violence. Read more. »

The Government of India has taken a serious view of the concentration of Pakistani troops along the border between India and East Pakistan.

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