The writer is a retired director of the Bureau of Police Research and Development and author of ‘Policing in India — Some Unpleasant Essays’
Country’s premier investigative agency cannot be governed by British-era law
A culture of fake encounters is sustained by support from different quarters.
The Anil Vij-Sangeeta Kalia spat in Haryana underlines the need to build trust.
J&K DIG’s ‘kingly’ abuse of power is no aberration
Why it may be time to revoke the AFSPA in areas like Manipur.
A harsher anti-rape law is no answer,certainty of punishment is.
The new law must define CBI 'autonomy' and government 'superintendence'