Why Delhi’s experiment with speedy justice has been a disappointment
The failure of the system of reformation for a juvenile does not obliterate the need for one.
Michael Sandel, whose Harvard course ‘Justice’ has a cult following, talks about philosophy and the building of good societies
The pursuit of justice in Mumbai’s terror cases demands an investigative thoroughness. Which, for all practical purposes, seems dead
Even advocate Farhana Shah’s husband does not like her defending the terrorist.
Vikram S. Buddhi has spent 30 months in jail for a crime he didn’t commit. And the famed US justice system thinks it’s alright.