Sabarish Suresh

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a law student at OP Jindal Global University in Haryana. He is interested in criminal law and human rights and actively writes on gender and sexuality.

POLITICS

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13 years after Mothers of Manipur protested naked against Indian Army, where is justice?

The immediate provocation was the brutal rape, torture, mutilation and murder of 32-year-old Thangjam Manorama by the 17th Assam Rifles.

POLITICS

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What India can learn from Germany legalising same-sex marriage

It's time we came out of our dark cave of criminalisation and persecution.

POLITICS

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Two years since US legalised same-sex marriage, India as homophobic as ever

Heteronormativity is still regarded as the natural recourse of societal order.

POLITICS

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Why is Panjab University using sedition against students protesting fee hike?

They have been charged under the law despite not having expressed dissent against the government.

POLITICS

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Why India still waits for manual scavengers to clean up its shit

It is a reminder that we are a deeply casteist society where only some kinds of deaths and some kinds of humiliation receive attention and outrage.

POLITICS

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Where’s the justice for Kunan-Poshpora gangrapes in Kashmir?

It has been 26 years; the case is pending in the Supreme Court.

POLITICS

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PM Modi degree row: Where is the right to information?

In the world’s largest democracy, corruption and deceit has overpowered and strong-armed ideals of good governance.

POLITICS

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Why do Chhattisgarh Police rapes not bother us?

All of us are morally culpable in such an evil unless we call out the atrocities committed by the State.