Browsing: Justice

Human Rights
Jail Memoir

The 76-days detention was revealing to the human rights defender Khurram Parvez, who walked out last week from Kot Bhalwal.…

Human Rights
Jail Chalo

As the crisis enters fourth month, arrests dominate the scene. Now cops move from door-to-door and get the ‘suspects’ to…

Cover Story
Sitting On A Massacre?

Every time streets are tense, people within and outside government revive memories of 2010 summer. But the families of youth…

Justice
Firm of Liberty

As the situation crowded the jails across the state, not many could afford to arrange their court battles. It was…

Conflict
The Bravehearts

They were toddlers when Kunan tragedy became international news in 1991. Two decades later, five girls approached court and reopened…

Justice
Bitter PIL

Imdad Saqi has been using PIL for a very long time now to make systems work. This helped him manage…

Governance
Reserved to Rot

Ideally, under-privileged and backward category population should get one chance to improve its mobility. But the politically motivated reservation set-up…

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