Police

  • Aarushi- Hemraj Verdict later: What I know and what I don't

    The Unpublished |  Arunima
    It has been almost a week since the verdict in Aarushi-Hemraj double murder case. As expected public opinion is split down the middle with a...

  • The tipping point

    Bloody Mary |  Sagarika Ghose
    Why Ishrat's killing is not just another encounter When a woman is assaulted or killed, inevitably her morality is in doubt. The Park Street ...

  • 10 points for Justice Verma to keep women safe

    The Chastity Belt |  Madhuri Banerjee
    Dear Justice Verma, The outrage will not stop until steps are taken. The politicians have failed. The justice system of India needs to take ...

  • When your name becomes your worst enemy

    The Other |  Nadim Asrar
    A research officer from the prestigious Tata Institute of Social Sciences was recently harassed in Hyderabad while he worked on a report on terror cases...

  • Vasant Dhoble: The cop with the hockey stick

    Dextra Aria |  Kajal Iyer
    On first sight, ACP Vasant Dhoble looks like that observant uncle from your colony who always seems to know anything and everything about the people...

  • A rape of the senses in Kolkata

    Kolkata Colloquies |  Priyanka Gupta
    'How can a mother of two leave behind her children and go to a bar to drink?' 'She is a divorcee, she drinks beer, ...

  • In Forbes' India, Forbesganj remains an anomaly

    The Other |  Nadim Asrar
    Bihar, in a new, resurgent India, is often presented as a case study of what a positive politics of development and inclusive growth can yield....

  • Moral science mafia on the rampage in MP

    In Conversation |  Hemender Sharma
    A classic story of how the ruling mafia (read government) creates propaganda tools in the form of media houses that run news papers and cable...

  • Aarushi's case: Closure report should not be the end

    Espresso Economics |  Vivian Fernandes
    The closure report filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation in the Aarushi murder case should not be the end of the matter. Its admission...