Combat Law : The Human Rights magazine
Volume 4, Issue 3: Tsunami, six months after

  • The betrayal of tsunami survivors
    A blinkered bureaucracy has proved to be utterly insensitive to the unique ethos and the real needs of the tsunami survivors of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Instead of helping them rebuild their lives and revive self-confidence, the government is reinforcing practices of dependence and subservience while pushing its own warped version of relief and redevelopment, writes Colin Gonsalves.

  • Tsunami after tsunami
    Preeti Verma and Girish Agarwal

  • People's tribunal on Tsunami
    Ullas Kumar

  • The sorry state of post-tsunami rehabilitation
    Minu Jose and Girish Agarwal

  • Crying need for community radio network
    Shubhranshu Choudhary

  • The nightmare continues in Tamilnadu
    D Geetha and Girish Agarwal

  • Lawyers fight to stall changes in CrPC
    R Diwakaran

  • The World Tribunal on Iraq and after
    Biju Mathew


  • Manorama's Manipur
    Colin Gonsalves

  • Kashipur mining: Gunpowder in democracy
    Minati Dash

  • Market falls as robots charge
    Prem Krishan Sharma

  • Indignity of labour
    Forum for Democratic Initiative

  • Interview: Dilip Singh Bhuria
    Krishna Pandey Vishwajeet