While the freedom to express protects one’s most basic human rights, some reasonable restrictions are required to protect the existing systems of which one is part of.
Today, the Juvenile Justice Bill was passed in the Rajya Sabha. The Bill proposes that 16- to 18-year-olds in conflict with the law, be tried as adults in case of heinous crimes.
Why can’t we abolish the practice of legal killing of people, instead of making it more acceptable by calling it “death penalty” and “retribution”?
Due to insane levels of social and media activism, many court cases begin with two unequal parties: one, the criminal, and the other, the victim. The most rational of people seem to be forgetting that a court case is made of two equal parties: one, the prosecution, and the other, the defence. A rape accused […]