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Why spare private sector from disclosure?

Manoj Mitta | May 18, 2013
The tilt in the pending disclosure Bill is not exactly designed to inspire people to turn into whistleblowers.
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Age of descent

Manoj Mitta | March 23, 2013
On the face of it, the new law fixing the age of consent at 18 is in keeping with a pattern of incremental increase, starting way back in 1860.
Done to death
Politics of punishment

Politics of punishment

Manoj Mitta | November 24, 2012
There is a wide range of ways in which the subjectivity of politics has shown its edge over the objectivity of law in the context of death penalty.
Keeping the heat on
Down but never out

Down but never out

Manoj Mitta | October 13, 2012
Despite fluctuating fortunes and the high turnover of associates, the juggernaut rolls on.
colonial legacy
Out of sync

Out of sync

Manoj Mitta | May 5, 2012
The Cabinet decided on April 26 to introduce a Bill increasing the age of consent from 16 to 18 years.
Cover Story
Judge dread

Judge dread

Manoj Mitta | August 20, 2011
A fair number of the bruises inflicted on the UPA have come from a fiercely upright CJI.
We, the people, protest

We, the people, protest

Manoj Mitta | April 16, 2011
The appointment of the joint drafting committee for the Lokpal Bill is the latest milestone in a long drawn out struggle by civil society.
Small Acts of Resistance
The power of one

The power of one

Manoj Mitta | March 26, 2011
A stirring book on the tradition of dissent.
Death by wish

Death by wish

Manoj Mitta | March 12, 2011
There's little clarity on the right to die with dignity.
Gandhigiri for real

Gandhigiri for real

Manoj Mitta | January 15, 2011
Lakshmi Chand Jain turned into a Gandhian activist within weeks of Independence.
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