Combat Law : The Human Rights magazine
Volume 2, Issue 5: Adivasis
Driven to bondage and starvation
Adivasi migrant labour - a disaggregate and unprotected workforce.
Tribal forest interface - logic of survival
Questions about a road
Questions about the Andaman Trunk Road must be asked before it is too late.
Unequal access to justice
Experiences and lessons of seeking justice in the courts on behalf of tribal communities and
individuals in general and regarding mass displacement in particular
Lessons from Mutanga
Injustice in God's own Country: The Adivasi Uprising in Kerala
Customary law triumphs in South Africa
PESA and the illusions of tribal self-governance
Jharkhand government usurping tribal land
On arresting women
The recent Supreme Court judgment on what the police must and must not do while arresting
women raises many fears and doubts.
A rape victim speaks
Workers' suicides and their perpetrators
Report of the joint fact finding committee into the deaths of Anant Dalvi and Akhtar Khan,
two workers of the Tata Electric Companies? project in Trombay.
An ideal law, but only on paper?
A critique of the Goa Children's Act, 2003
A meaningless Bill on school education
The Draft Free and Compulsory Education for Children Bill, 2003 is certainly not aimed at
giving quality education to poor children.
Intimidated witnesses and victims: Treated with hostility
Judiciary: A.P Chapter
Dealing with the sand mafia in U.P.
The other face of America
Blacks, coloured people and immigrants not only get a raw deal in American society but find
themselves victimised by the official administration and judicial system.