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Thursday, December 09, 2021

G S Bajpai

G S Bajpai is professor and chairperson, Centre for Criminology and Victimology, National Law University, Delhi.

India needs a policy solution for the problem of radicalisation
Fri, Oct 29, 2021

G S Bajpai, Ankit Kaushik write: Any programme aimed at deterring or reversing radicalisation must focus on the ideological commitment that enables violence.

How lack of proper identification of arrested persons slows down legal process
Wed, Jul 21, 2021

G S Bajpai, Ankit Kaushik write: Pan-India guidelines for service of summons, warrants, grant of bail can help make the system quicker and more efficient

Delhi HC’s judgment on victims’ right to restitution is a landmark in jurisprudence
Thu, Dec 24, 2020

The progressive impact of the judgment on victim jurisprudence will certainly be unparalleled.

Forgiveness is the key reform that criminal justice system needs
Wed, Feb 05, 2020

Justice is not opposed to forgiveness; rather it is the bedrock of forgiveness.

Crime data in India is short on information on victims and witnesses
Sat, Sep 28, 2019

The government is expected to embark on the country’s first victimisation survey soon. The complexity of this endeavour demands that it be assigned to an institution that specialises in criminology, victimology and criminal justice administration.

Justice that heals
Sat, Jun 15, 2019

Why cases under POCSO law should deploy restorative justice

Acquittal of accused in Samjhauta Express case underlines need for cadre of professional prosecutors
Fri, Mar 29, 2019

The prosecuting agency is one of the most underrated institutions in the country, despite its crucial role. It is beset by a few fundamental problems.

What witnesses really need
Tue, Feb 12, 2019

Witness Protection Scheme does not recognise the many pressures on them.

Gender of justice
Mon, Nov 19, 2018

Gender sensitisation of the judiciary and appointing more female judges is imperative.

The law of happiness
Mon, Sep 24, 2018

Nations that ensure the rule of law are also home to happy people. Policy-making must strive for the larger satisfaction of the people with public institutions they have to regularly approach