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Families of disappeared persons wait for answers
Jul 02, 2013 As the "Truth and Reconciliation Commission Ordinance 2012" has been presented to the President of Nepal for approval about giving blanket amnesty to Maoists, the families of the missing citizens are fighting a losing battle.
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Info kiosks benefit thousands in tribal areas of India
May 22, 2015 The voice based legal information kiosks or NyayaPath as they are called have been set up in the largely tribal states of Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh.
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Cabinet has cleared Bill on manual scavenging, court told
Aug 28, 2012 The Union government on Monday told the Supreme Court that the Cabinet had cleared the Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Bill, 2012.
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Juvenile Act provides relief to J-K kids: Save the Children
Apr 02, 2013 The J&K Legislative Assembly voted unanimously to raise the bar of juvenile age to 18 years from the present 16 years.
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Rape as a metaphor: Learnings on the road to justice
Apr 07, 2013 Rape, as a part of the law and the criminal justice system in India, has had a very long, arduous evolution. From a time when rapes by policemen were not considered extraordinary or raping women with objects as not even seen as rape, to now when there has been a furore over the rape and murder of the girl in Delhi. Pamela Philipose writes how the fight for justice should go on and not stop now.
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India keen to set up National Judicial Commission: Minister
Jul 23, 2014 This announcement comes in response to protests in the Parliament demanding an inquiry into the controversial appointment of a high court judge under the previous UPA govt.
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Ban the two-finger test in rape trials
Jan 07, 2013 The two-finger test, which is a highly prevalent practice during rape trials in India, not only steals the victim of dignity but perpetuates the patriarchal notions of sexuality that feed rape.
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How justice works in Pakistan’s tribal areas
Feb 26, 2013 Justice in tribal border areas of Pakistan is delivered by 'jirgas' which are basically gathering of unelected tribal elders. The `jirga’ courts are a community-based form of justice, deciding right and wrong in areas where national official judicial structures are out of reach.
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