New Delhi: In August, a historic nine-judge bench of the Supreme Court ruled that Indians had a fundamental right to privacy. The matter had been pending in court for two years. The person who told the court that privacy was not a right in India, is former Attorney General of India, Mukul Rohatgi. His statement also stopped 21 other cases which were challenging the Indian government’s implementation of the Aadhaar project.
In a long interview with him soon after he left office he said, “I did not mean that, that privacy is nothing.”
Manipur: As the agitation in Manipur’s hill district crosses its 600th day and eight bodies still await burial, the protesters witnessed their struggle nearly reach a resolution this month, but then suddenly head back into a deadlock.
Manipur: At the Supreme Court’s asking, a rights group in Manipur is sorting through files pertaining to over 1,528 victims of alleged extra-judicial killings to place before the judges. This is the backstory of what it takes to bring 1,528 cases to justice.