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December 13, 2018

‘Criminal Justice- in the Shadow of Caste’ on  Discrimination against Dalit and Adivasis Prisoners and Victims of Police excesses

The data under SC/ST (PoA) 1989 (conviction percentage under the SCs and ST s (PoA) Act in conjunction with IPC remained at 25.7% for SCs and 20.8% for STs and the acquittal percentage 74.2% for SCs and 79.2% for STs, NCRB… Continue Reading →

India – Someone still asking for Aadhaar? Let us know!

Contrary to the Supreme Court’s judgment, some entities are still asking for Aadhaar A nine judge bench of the Supreme Court delivered its verdict on Aadhaar on September 26, 2018 wherein the majority view, comprised of – Dipak Misra CJI.,… Continue Reading →

India Elections – Not BJP, not Congress: Women voters are real winners today

The results to the elections to the five state legislative assemblies underscore how women play an increasingly important role in India’s parliamentary democracy By Richard Mahapatra    Cedit: Ajit Bajaj Women are the new-found constituency of politicians for sure-shot victory. In… Continue Reading →

The untold story of how India’s sex workers prevented an Aids epidemic

Beating Aids is India’s greatest public health achievement. A new book says it wouldn’t have happened without women Amrit Dhillon in New Delhi  Ashok Alexander, author of A Stranger Truth, speaks during a 2006 interview with Reuters in New Delhi. Photograph:… Continue Reading →

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