Thought For Food

Shylashri Shankar

What you eat, who you eat with and how you eat express religious, ethnic, gender and class identities, and reflect one’s personal views on justice and ethics. The questions posed in relation to food are the sort of issues philosophers like to ponder

The Case against Fast Track Courts

Why Delhi’s experiment with speedy justice has been a disappointment

Justice for Juveniles

The failure of the system of reformation for a juvenile does not obliterate the need for one.

The Problem of Our Laws

That Bhullar should hang before Kamal Nath or Jagdish Tytler may not be a travesty of law, but it is a travesty of justice

The Moralist

Michael Sandel, whose Harvard course ‘Justice’ has a cult following, talks about philosophy and the building of good societies

Rigour Mortis

The pursuit of justice in Mumbai’s terror cases demands an investigative thoroughness. Which, for all practical purposes, seems dead

Let Justice, Not Populism, Prevail

The Allahabad High Court’s verdict was a classic case of exceeding the brief

The Woman in Kasab’s Life

Even advocate Farhana Shah’s husband does not like her defending the terrorist.

Just Another Life?

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.

Joanna Gives Them Hope

Fair play has acquired a whole new meaning in this post-apartheid tip of Africa, thanks to justice and sports


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