Feminist criminology rejects the notion of women being too passive to be criminals as it normalises male violence and robs women of their agency.
Gay panic defence with the help of the existing homophobia in our country, ensures the further marginalisation of the LGBTQIA+ community.
On the afternoon of September 6, 2018, the Supreme Court of India repealed Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, almost 160 years after the law came into being in colonial India.
Female prisoners in India face more obstacles within this prison system than their male counterparts who have access to certain resources.
The Government's year old directive to link Aadhaar with ration cards has lead to prolonged hunger and untimely deaths.
Indian adultery laws don’t penalize everyone found to commit adultery, the law is rather narrow in terms of who can be tried.
Rajasthan High Court's regressive ruling reinforces the sexist stereotypes against menstruating women and delegitimises their feelings.
The Assam Registry is touted by some as a much-needed count of the refugees in the country, but is poorly veiled symbol of India's xenophobia.
Tea gardens in Bengal have now become a hotbed for human trafficking, owing to the undermining of labour rights and rising deprivation.
The SC has lifted the centuries-old ban on women's entry to the Sabrimala temple thus granting women their freedom of choice to worship.