Combat Law : The Human Rights magazine
Volume 2, Issue 6: Corporate crime
The right to strike
Anirudh Rastogi & Siddharth Srivastava:
A critique of the Supreme Court judgment on strikes
Corporate crimes condoned
Indian Corporates are rarely punished for their shenanigans. Time to make them accountable.
The corporate camouflage
Corporate Criminal Liability theories explained
Despite ring-fencing in the market, companies loot investors and continue to vanish into
the maze of regulations.
Losing ground beneath her feet
Women today are victims of corporate crimes both in and out of their work workspace
increasing their vulnerability.
With increasing globalisation workers find redressal avenues shrinking.
Integrity in the pharmaceutical industry
Pfizer's termination of its employees brings to light kickbacks and dubious business
Too hot to handle
The Indian economy drains while Mauritius economy gains. Can the Indian judiciary help?
Use and abuse of workers
The experiences of the Indian People's Tribunal in investigating instances
of corporate crime.
The chemical cocktail
Worms in chocolates and pesticides in Cola. Why and how do multi-nationals get away with it
The former Pune Municipal Commissioner recounts his battle with Glaxo.
The toxic legacy - Bhopal
Twenty years after the Bhopal tragedy, justice still eludes the victims.
Education la Enron
Enron educated the Indian politicians handsomely. Will it ever pay for its crimes in India?
Worst of both worlds
Need for a fresh look at liberalisation, privatisation and free market globalisation.
Corporate criminal liability
An International Comparative Study
Making - Another world possible?
A look at the World Social Forum 2004
A glimpse of Leftist Bengal
Series of deaths in court lock up rocks civil society.
Nowhere to run
A fact finding report on the Forced Eviction of Chin Refugees in Mizoram.
Dr. Vibhuti Patel:
Widespread abuse of sex pre-selection has led to a skewed sex ratio and missing girls.
Drug prices set to soar