Saturday, January 12, 2013

The Hindu Seminar on Rape Crimes and Punishment

The Hindu recently organized a public forum in Chennai's Ethiraj College. This event was organized just before "Amanat"'s sad and unfortunate passing. It has some very insightful presentations on rape law by Justice Prabha Sridevan and T. Nagasaila, a leading human rights activist and advocate at the Madras High Court. The presentations  can be watched online here and here.

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