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Dec 12, 2019
SC orders probe into Telangana encounters: Extrajudicial killings are shock to India's legal conscience and have no place in a democracyThe act of killing someone is, by all means, a crime that "shocks the conscience of the nation". But, when a similar crime is committed by those who are meant to prevent it, it shocks the legal conscience of the nation
Dec 21, 2018
The ICC is not enough: Lessons from #MeToo on the limitations of sexual harassment lawAn issue as complex and nuanced as workplace sexual harassment warrants judicial discretion. If the significant gains from this wave of #MeToo conversations do not translate into actual structural change, then we risk relegating the hard work put into this movement to a limited, one-off success
Nov 03, 2018
#MeToo: Examining the historical baggage of 'due process' and the limitations of rule of lawDue process is important for the certainty it involves, but it is critical to ask what else and who else it involves before suggesting that an abused person set legal mechanisms into motion
Oct 15, 2018
#MeToo: Time to rethink the biased and deeply flawed idea of ‘due process’ that has failed women time and again#MeToo needs to be the hammer that shatters our biased and deeply flawed idea of due process, leaving room for something better to emerge.
Feb 15, 2018
'I'm totally opposed to domestic violence and everybody knows that': Donald Trump breaks silence on departure of top aidesDonald Trump voiced his disdain for domestic violence, breaking a week-long silence since the departure of a top aide accused by two ex-wives of physical abuse.
Oct 31, 2017
Powerful men on Raya Sarkar's list of sexual predators are feigning helplessness, wallowing in their privilegeRaya Sarkar’s now-infamous List of Sexual Harassment Accused (the List)—an online list of Indian men in academia accused by women of repeated sexual harassment—has opened up a real feminist moment.
Oct 30, 2017
Raya Sarkar's list of sexual predators not the problem, allowing harassers the benefit of anonymity isWhen looked into the context of 'the due process' that is followed after a woman complains of sexual harassment, the Raya Sarkar list appears as a vulnerable piece of testimony