February 7, 2012

Custodial Torture; Some Journal Articles from 1995-2010

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  1. SAHRDC, ‘The Ferreira Case: All that is Wrong with Torture and Narcoanalysis’, Economic and Political Weekly, May 22, 2010 available online at http://www.epw.in/epw/uploads/articles/14776.pdf
  2. Satabdi Chatterjee et.al., ‘Miseries of Custodial Violence: Is Our Law Equipped Enough?’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 115, Part. 1312, April 2009, at page 103
  3. Tobias Kelly, ‘UN Committee Against Torture: Human Rights Monitoring and Legal Recognition of Cruelty’, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. 31, No. 3, August 2009 at page 777
  4. Ajai Kumar, ‘Torture: A Formidable Fhallenge’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 114, Part. 1301, May 2008 at page 125
  5. Manik Chakraborty, ‘Human Rights and Custodial Torture: The Issues and Challenges’, Calcutta Law Times, Vol. 1, Part. 2, February 2007 at page 28
  6. Anuradha Chadha, ‘Human Rights and Custodial Deaths’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 112, Part. 1273, January 2006 at page J9
  7. Ashirbani Dutta, ‘Approach of Indian Judiciary Towards Custodial Torture’, Calcutta Law Times, Vol. 2, Part. 4, August 2006, at page J33
  8. Deepti Shrivastava, ‘Torture in Prisons’, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. 27, No. 3, September – December 2006 at page 27
  9. Ashirbani Dutta, ‘Custodial Torture: A Shameless Truth Behind the Bars’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 112, Part. 1282, October 2006 at page 241
  10. Yousuf Bhatt, ‘Menace of torture: Prohibition in International Law’, Indian Journal of Political Science, Vol.67(3), 2006 at page 553
  11. Maryam Bacha, ‘Third Degree Torture: State Terrorism to Combat other forms of Terrorism’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 111, Part. 1261, January 2005, at page J1
  12. A G Noorani, ‘Access to Prisons and Custodial Torture’, Economic and Political Weekly, October 15, 2005
  13. N K Indrayan, ‘Remedies Against Custodial Harassment by the Police’, Supreme Court Journal, Vol. 8, Part. 50, December 2005, at page J47
  14. S K Verma, ‘Medical, Legal and Ethical Aspects of Torture and Human Rights Violation’, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalities, Vol. 25, No. 1-3, January – December 2004, at page 134
  15. Raj Kumar, ‘State Torture in India: Strategies for Resistance and Reparation’, Australian Journal of Asian Law, 5, 162-63, 2003
  16. Joginder Singh, ‘Third Degree Violates Human Rights’, Civil and Military Law Journal, Vol. 39, 2003 at page 143
  17. K P Singh, ‘Police Custody Death Syndromes and Police Predicament: A New Debate’, Indian Police Journal, Vol. 50, No. 2, April- June 2003 at page 101
  18. J S Bisht, ‘Custodial Torture: An Invasion to Right to Life’, Indian Bar Review, Vol.30, Part. 2 & 3, April- September 2003 at page 329
  19. Surendra Jaswal, ‘Custodial Crimes – An Affront to Human Dignity’, Indian Bar Review, Vol. 30, Part. 2 & 3, April – September 2003, at page 255
  20. K Ravindran, ‘Custodial Violence and Measures to Curb’, PRP Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 7, No. 8, January – March, 2002 at page 7
  21. Balvinder Kumar, ‘Protection Against Torture by Police’, PRP Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 6, No. 4, October – December, 2002 at page 12
  22. Jayanth Bhushan, ‘Custodial Violence – A Gruesome Practice’, Indian Bar Review, Vol. 28, Part. 1, January – March 2001, at page 99
  23. Archana Sinha, ‘Torture is a Challenge to the Administration of Justice’, PRP Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 5, No. 2, April – June 2001, at page 34
  24. Anupama Rao, ‘Problems of Violence States of Terror: Torture in Colonial India’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 36, No. 13, October – November 2001 at page 1125
  25. B N Chattoraj, ‘Torture and Violence in Police and Judicial Custody in India’, Indian Journal of Criminology and Criminalistics, Vol. 22, No. 3, September – December 2001, at page 17
  26. Sumanta Banerjee, ‘Torture in Custody: Method in Sadistic Madness’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 36, No. 9, March 2001 at page 723
  27. Sudesh Sharma, ‘Human Rights, Police and Custodial Violence: A Perspective’, MDU Law Journal, Vol. 5, 2000 at page 40
  28. Subhah Raina, ‘Custodial Torture’, National Capital Law Journal, Vol. 5, 2000, at page 1
  29. Sreeramulu, ‘Lockup Deaths and Harassment by the Police’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 106, Part. 1210, October 2000, at page J149
  30. Subramanyam, ‘Right Against Torture: A Review’, Criminal Law Journal, Vol. 106, Part. 1212, December 2000, at page J177
  31. Nirman Arora, ‘Custodial Torture in Police Stations in India: A Radical Assessment’, Journal of Indian Law Institute, Vol. 41, No. 3-4, July – December 1999, at page 513
  32. A G Noorani, ‘Accountability for Torture’, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 34, No. 45, November 1999 at page 3159
  33. A S Anand, ‘VIIIth International Symposium on Torture’, Supreme Court Cases, Vol. 7, Part. 3, November 1999, at page J10.
  34. B M Baliga, ‘Curbing Police Arrest Power for Minimizing Custodial Deaths’, Indian Law Reports, Karnataka, Vol.46, Part. 13, July 1996, at page 67

Acknowledgment: The articles were collected as a part of the research conducted for Professor Manoj K. Sinha, Professor of Law, National University of Juridical Sciences, India. 





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