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Now, a farmers’ suicide SENSEX

Nearly 2 lakh farmers committed suicide in India since 1997. The share of big five states accounted for 1,22,823 suicides in this 12 year period
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

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Picked up randomly, tortured, branded terrorist, acquitted with no evidence...

In many cases, the people are picked up off the streets with no explanation for their arrest. Numerous experiences testify to this illegal detention
Harsh Dobhal Delhi

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The Hashimpura massacre

So what about justice for 42 Muslims killed in Hashimpura by the PAC — 22 years ago?
Akash Bisht Delhi

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Not easy for women in a Police Station

If educated women or those from influential families find it difficult to engage with the police, what can poor women in the margins do?
Sumiran Preet Kaur Delhi

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Chronicle of a murder foretold

It took 25 years to register a case against Congress politician, Sajjan Kumar, widely accused to be the leader of a mob in west Delhi which burnt, looted, raped and killed Sikhs
Amit Sengupta Delhi

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The other Ruchikas

The revelations of Ruchika Girhotra’s case left the entire nation shocked.
Akash Bisht Delhi

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Kalyug: Descent into darkness

Between democracy and darkness stands the judiciary. It stands heads and shoulders above the judicial systems in Asia. But it is in rapid decline. Ahead is pitch darkness
Colin Gonsalves Delhi

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Judgement Day

Haunted by scams, absolute lack of transparency and accountability, and a pronounced anti-poor stance, it’s time to open the tightly shut windows of the higher judiciary in India
Prashant Bhushan Delhi

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The idea of Injustice

Every word in this cover story is stretching the threshold of disbelief, desperately seeking the wisdom of a constitutional democracy, subverted by those who are extracting the final juices of democracy
Amit Sengupta Delhi

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