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Manipur fake encounters: One victim’s case could open the gates of justice for others, say activists
A ruling in the Chungkham Sanjit case could set a legal precedent for investigating command responsibility in India.
· Aug 05, 2018 · 07:30 am
With politics of demonisation on the rise, India must keep a data record of hate crimes
Amnesty International’s Halt The Hate website attempts to address this gap in recorded crime data.
· Mar 22, 2018 · 08:00 am