NDTV Days after Supreme Court rejected 1993 Delhi blast convict Devender Pal Singh Bhullar’s appeal, we debate on We The People what impact will the verdict have on the death penalty debate?
NDTV Published on Apr 12, 2013 People who do not show any mercy or compassion for others cannot plead for mercy on the ground that they have been waiting on death row for years. In a far-reaching judgement, the Supreme Court has ruled that Khalistani terrorist Devinder Singh Bhullar, responsible for the death of nine […]
NDTV Published on Apr 8, 2013 The Buck Stops Here: There was an emergency bench hearing of the Supreme Court on Saturday evening when the court put a hold on the execution of eight convicts whose mercy petitions were rejected by President Pranab Mukherjee last week. On The Buck Stops Here, we debate: Is the […]
NewsX Published on Jan 31, 2013 The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR), while releasing its report ‘India’s Funds to NGOs Squandered’, stated that the Government of India’s funding to the tune of hundred of crores to voluntary organizations was a scam and was in dire need of reform, as the audit by CAG was […]
Al Jazeera English Published on Jan 11, 2013 India has a problem of genocide proportions — rampant female foeticide and infanticide. How can the country change its patriarchal mindset and ensure that related laws are properly enforced? Guests: Mitu Khurana, Suhas Chakma, Sadanand Dhume. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that […]
Aljazeera As India boosts security in the northeastern state we ask what has kept tensions alive in the region for decades. Dozens have been killed and tens of thousands more displaced as violence breaks out in India’s northeastern Assam state. Indian security forces are patrolling the streets in the state after days of rioting, […]
DEF India Published on May 11, 2012 Director, Asian Centre for Human Rights at the Working Session II – Internet Right as Human Right