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Number of undertrials in prisons in India is the same as the population of Barbados

Updated : Oct 17, 2016

By : IndiaSpend

Category : India

Number of undertrials in prisons in India is the same as the population of Barbados

There are 282,879 undertrials in Indian prisons, according to Prison Statistics 2014, a number equal to the population of the Caribbean nation of Barbados. #India #Supreme Court #CriticalPoint #Judiciary #Justice #Barbados #jail #Law and Order #undertrials #Prisons #Shareworthy
Bob Dylan's Nobel glory reflects the changing times in literature

Updated : Oct 13, 2016

By : Eisha Nair

Category : World

Bob Dylan's Nobel glory reflects the changing times in literature

While one may debate the literary value of Bob's Dylan's songs, the fact that his song continue to remain popular with their spiritual quest, anti-war, anti-racism, and humanistic stance makes him an ideal choice for a Noble prize #Literature #Justice #Nobel Prize #Bob Dylan #ALfred Nobel #hurricane #Jack Kerouac #anti-racism #2016 #Like a rolling stone #The Times They Are A-Changin #Rubin Carter #anti-war #humanistic #Ballad Of A Thin Man #Ballad of Hollis Brown #Sigfried Sassoon #Knocking on Heavens Door
Huge cost of litigation has turned justice into a dream for the weaker sections in India

Updated : Aug 17, 2016

By : Shishir Tripathi

Category : India

Huge cost of litigation has turned justice into a dream for the weaker sections in India

Has justice become so expensive in India that it becomes evasive even for a senior ranking bureaucrat? #India #Supreme Court #CriticalPoint #Judiciary #Justice #lawyers #litigation #HC Gupta #Kanhaiya Kumar
Lots of data, lots of misdirection: Why the NLU death row report is flawed

Updated : May 10, 2016

By : R Jagannathan

Category : India

Lots of data, lots of misdirection: Why the NLU death row report is flawed

The NLU death penalty report has got data — but its report is not quite about making the judicial system fairer to all. It is about making justice fairer to the likely criminal. #Supreme Court #Justice #Death Penalty #High Court #National Law University #CriticalPointd #rarest of the rare #Death Penalty Research Project
Keenan-Reuben murder trial: Five years have passed and justice is still awaited

Updated : May 02, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : Mumbai

Keenan-Reuben murder trial: Five years have passed and justice is still awaited

Five years on, Valerian Santos is still waiting for justice. Verdict on the Keenan and Reuben murder case was expected on Monday, but later postponed to 5 May #ConnectTheDots #Justice #Sexual harassment #Keenan Santos #Reuben Fernandez #Fast Track Court #murder trial #Priyanka Fernandez #Valerian Santos #zero tolerance group #woman's court
Five minutes: That's how long a judge in an Indian high court spends hearing a case, reveals study

Updated : Apr 07, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : India

Five minutes: That's how long a judge in an Indian high court spends hearing a case, reveals study

A study conducted by a Bengaluru-based NGO has showsn that a judge in a high court spends less than five minutes hearing a case, on an average. #India #NewsTracker #Judiciary #Bengaluru #Justice #High Court #NGO #judges #Shareworthy
Special justice for Bollywood? While Sanjay Dutt is free, 73-year-old Zaibunnisa is still in jail

Updated : Feb 28, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : Bollywood

Special justice for Bollywood? While Sanjay Dutt is free, 73-year-old Zaibunnisa is still in jail

Seventy three-year-old Zaibunnisa Anwar Kazi was arrested for the same offence as Sanjay Dutt – hoarding ammunition to be used for the 1993 Mumbai blasts. #Bollywood #India #Supreme Court #Sanjay Dutt #CriticalPoint #Justice #Entertainment #TADA #1993 Mumbai blasts case #Zainbunnisa Anwar Kazi
Sri Lanka's attempts to humour western powers cause unease among its military

Updated : Nov 30, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

Sri Lanka's attempts to humour western powers cause unease among its military

In the third week of November, Sri Lankan president Maithripala Sirisena summoned top army generals who were involved in the campaign against LTTE. The Army Chief was not invited. The discussion focussed on how the government should respond on the setting-up of a commission that will investigate human rights violations in the months leading to the end of a 25-year-old bloody civil war in 2009. #ConnectTheDots #Mahinda Rajapaksa #LTTE #Justice #UN Human Rights Council #Maithripala Sirisena #Ranil Wickremesinghe #Commission for Truth #Reconciliation and Non-Recurrence
The 'test case' for African Justice: Chadian dictator Habre goes on trial in Senegal

Updated : Jul 21, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

The 'test case' for African Justice: Chadian dictator Habre goes on trial in Senegal

Chadian dictator Hissene Habre went on trial on Monday in Senegal, a quarter of a century after his blood-soaked reign came to an end, in a prosecution seen as a test case for African justice. #NewsTracker #Africa #Justice #Senegal #Chad #dictator #Habre
Brazil opens corruption probe against former president Silva

Updated : Jul 17, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

Brazil opens corruption probe against former president Silva

Brazil's corruption-fueled political crisis ramped up on Thursday when prosecutors announced a probe into possible influence peddling by former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva #World #Brazil #NewsTracker #Justice #South America #Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva #Corruption probe