The writer is board member and senior advisor, Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative
Leila Seth wanted to be here, push back at the evil of the day, be part of the healing
A decade after ‘Prakash Singh’ judgement, police reform remains undone.
Political executive and police management must share blame for crime in Delhi
Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw died this day in 2008. A daughter remembers.
Outrage over police assault on students is meaningless till it leads to disciplinary action
Police needs to stop passing the buck for poor service to interfering politicians.
True democracies celebrate involvement of citizens, make consultation a habit
The UNHRC resolution on Sri Lanka was a game-changer. Now the council must deliver on its promise
India should assert leadership at the UN Human Rights Council,and insist on concrete answers and actions
The 61 st anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on December 10 provides occasion to reflect...
Victoria's Secret China Show 2017: Angels in glitz and florals dominate the ramp
Sister Cyril claims herself to be a very practical human. She writes: "Look, I'm practical. Here we're all practical. A lot of foreigners go out to places like Eastern Bypass (in Kolkata), take one look at the living conditions and say, 'poor things, poor things'. I say, don't pity them, do something for them!"