@MeToo In The Light Of “Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied”

The 23-year-old Jyoti Singh from New Delhi had been gang raped in a moving bus in 2012. She later succumbed to her injuries. “I want to survive,” she had written on a piece of paper she handed to her doctors. The Supreme Court decision upholding the death sentence of the rapists is yet to be … More @MeToo In The Light Of “Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied”

Perceptions of retired Muslim police officers on bias

The Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) along with the Quill Foundation jointly published a report titled “Muslim Voices: Perceptions of Policing in India” in December 2018. The study, spread across eight cities and several geographies, documented the extent to which Muslims perceive bias and discrimination by the police in the context of local-level realities and experiences. The report, … More Perceptions of retired Muslim police officers on bias

India Needs the Youth- A Wake-Up Call to Fight Against Injustice

As I sit in the comfort of my bedroom with the AC on, I realise how extremely privileged I am, not just because of what I have, but because I know and understand what Justice is. I know it exists; I know what it constitutes; and I know we are all entitled to a life … More India Needs the Youth- A Wake-Up Call to Fight Against Injustice

Does freewill have a future?

One of the central concepts embedded in the criminal justice system is the concept of “Free will”. The assumption of an autonomous being inside each of us, who rationally determines the consequences  and choices available to make the best possible decision. But it is also true that we are a biological organism and our behavior is influenced by Non-metaphysical … More Does freewill have a future?