The India Bush didn't see

The nation's liberated economy -- portrayed by globalization forces as an antidote to poverty -- has done little for nearly 300,000 poor people, the most of any country By Mike McPhate, Sunday, March 5, 2006,…

A Nation of Guinea Pigs

There's a new outsourcing boom in South Asia - and a billion people are jockeying for the jobs. How India became the global hot spot for drug trials. by Jennifer Kahn, Wired Magazine, March 1st,…

Using law to change the world

Students eager to make a difference are altering the look of legal education MICHAEL VALPY, From Friday's Globe and Mail Dylan Smith, 25, has come to law school at the University of Toronto via the…

Hostile witnesses needn

NEW DELHI: The judgment acquitting the accused in Jessica Lal murder case goes contrary to the grave concern for justice expressed by the Supreme Court when it ordered retrial in the Best Bakery massacre case…

So, crime does pay?

Clumsy cops, yo-yoing witnesses, poor prosecution — shame after tragedy If the pointblank shooting down of Jessica Lall at a fashionable watering hole in New Delhi in April of 1999 stunned the nation, the exoneration…