Grime and Punishment

Prabha Chandran

Prison diaries of the infamously famous

The Truth About SIMI

Faith, fear and banishment

Mohammad Shahabuddin: The Jail Superintendent

How the RJD don Shahabuddin made Siwan jail his political headquarters

Six Years of Apathy

Roshan Jamal Khan, who was recently freed from a Spanish jail, recounts the indifference shown by Indian authorities

The Prison Social Network

Undertrials of an infamous political murder case in Kerala are found active on Facebook in jail

Prison Food Break

Madurai jail’s mutton curry solution to reduce corruption

Rapists at Risk

Surviving jail is hard for the poor. It is harder still for the poor behind bars for sexual offences

First Home: Prison

Pushpa Basnet on bringing up children who have spent time in jail with their mothers

Confessions of a Prison Inmate

“For my bail, my father sold off his land, and in October 2007, I got bail... in 2009, I was sentenced to prison by the trial courts”

Arabian Nightmare

The trauma of three young Indian men who have been in jail in Saudi Arabia for the past seven years. Unless they pay Rs 5.6 crore, they could stay locked up all their lives. All they did, say their families, was rent a flat that happened to be the site of a scam run by its previous occupants


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