Saturday, December 9, 2023

Topic: Justice

Retired HC judge who delivered casteist speech during tenure, joins BJP

During Tamil Brahmin’s Global Meet in July 2019, he delivered a casteist speech and said that the persons with the qualities of a Brahmin should always be at the helm of affairs.

Same symptoms, different cures

When it comes to Muslim subjects, the law fails to function normally. This Hindu privilege is the standard, surpassing all political leanings and ideologies, crimes and professions. The laws work on the basis of Hindu standard, serving more or less justice to good or bad Hindus. For Muslims, it has never been imagined and thus is left to the mercy of the one who’s enforcing or practicing the law.

Why are courts denying bail to Siddique Kappan, Munawar Faruqui?: P Chidambaram

Senior Congress leader and former Home Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday expressed displeasure about courts not following the principle of granting bails before imprisonment, and pointed to the cases of journalist Siddique Kappan and comedian Munawar Faruqui.

The trial of Chicago 7: An indictment for carrying “certain” ideas

The Netflix original film is based on the “political” trial of eight activists who were indicted for the conspiracy to cross the state lines to incite riots. The anti-Vietnam war demonstrations took place in Chicago in 1968 at the National Democratic Convention.

Saffron judiciary

As the law and order of the nation have now fully ceased in its intended purpose, the way for survival in this land seems possible only in a strategical mass movement outside the boundaries of this saffron legality.

Judiciary is abdicating its responsibility: People’s Movements on Babri demolition verdict

National Alliance of People's Movements (NAPM), an alliance of progressive people's organizations and movements in India, said it is shocked and dismayed at the verdict of the CBI Special Court in acquitting all 32 persons accused of being responsible for the demolition of Babri Mosque.