Justice Served? Indians Are Divided Over Police Killing the Four Men Accused in the Hyderabad Rape-Murder Case
While some are cheering the police for giving the girl’s family swift justice, others are concerned that since the suspects hadn’t been proven guilty yet, they could potentially be innocent people being framed.
Forced disappearances and reports of torture mark President Xi Jinping's justice record.
Rising sea levels could be an opportunity for social change—or a dystopian hellscape.
A lawyer representing accused sex trafficker Keith Raniere floated a few questionable tropes of his own in closing arguments.
A human rights group in South Korea found that offences ranging from stealing a cow to watching a South Korean TV show has got citizens killed.
These Law Students in Northern India Are Fighting For The Constitutional Right Of 4 Lakh Prisoners to Vote
“If one can contest for elections from within the prison, why can’t they vote too?"
Replacing the French giant's trademark logo with 'Herpes' will cost Impresario Entertainment mid-day meals and sanitary pads in Delhi's orphanages and foster care homes.
Tuesday's historic election was catalyzed by a 2014 tragedy and the protest movement that followed.
“[Mueller] brought in expertise in the way these deals are arranged to look very innocuous,” says author David Montero