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Nepali citizens regularly face natural calamities, navigating which can be particularly challenging for disabled persons.
In Sri Lanka, physical abuse is viewed as a necessary form of punishment to “fix” children and their perceived problematic behaviour.
The aim of the fellowship has been to keep the legacy of Justice Leila Seth alive, and I hope to be able to do that in my journey ahead.
Given the high number of undertrials lodged in India’s prisons, there is a need to examine how a law on pretrial probation can be useful.