Aneesha Mathur
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Author is a special correspondent with India Today TV.

VOICES

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Will the lack of interpretation of 'ganda kaam' let the alleged Muzaffarpur child rapists go scot-free?

The Muzaffarpur shelter home sexual abuse case had shaken up the nation last year. Nearly eight months later, the children are still being made to state what they went through, and their narratives are being picked to pieces as well.

POLITICS

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Geneva Convention: How the 1949 laws impact the case of IAF Wing Cmdr Abhinandan now

The Geneva Convention has clear rules for the treatment and dignity of those captured during conflict. However, social media and the use of videos, such as in Abhinandan's case, is a grey area.

VARIETY

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How the appointment of two new Supreme Court judges has thrown the institution out of order

The exalted office of the Supreme Court is being laid open to intense scrutiny, much like politicians and administrators.

POLITICS

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Aadhaar Amendment Bill: What's new and how it affects you

Here is a short analysis of the proposed Amendment Bill and how it can be interpreted in light of the recent SC judgment.

POLITICS

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Sajjan Kumar verdict: Why the criminal justice system is still awaiting a cleansing

Even as we welcome the punishment of one set of perpetrators, there are several still free.

POLITICS

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Justice Kurian Joseph - A candid interview that raises more questions than it answers

The retired SC judge refused to give a specific answer to a politically sensitive issue, but insisted that “things improved” under the previous CJI after the press conference.

POLITICS

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VARIETY

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Sabarimala protests: How action has shifted from the Supreme Court back to Kerala

A purely legal argument may be made regarding ‘faith’ versus the jurisdiction of courts to enter into the sphere of ‘religious practice’.

VARIETY

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Political point making aside, legally the government is bound to follow court orders on Ayodhya

It is only after the final judgment that the BJP can think of “pulling a Shah Bano”, in case the verdict is not to its liking.