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Sections Home Search Skip to content Skip to navigation View mobile version The New York Times Asia PacificFor Rape Victims in India, Police Are Often Part of the Problem Search Subscribe Now Log In 0 Settings Close search Site Search Navigation Search NYTimes.com Clear this text input Go LoadingAlthough the statues had little artistic merit, and were not antiques, the thieves were demanding high pricesThe witnesses and investigating officer are all dead.''It is an astounding thing, how often people in this country go on trial after they have already served the maximum sentence for their alleged crime,'' said a lawyer, Sankar Sen, who studied the courts for the National Commission on Human RightsWe may be very advanced in the Internet and outsourcing and all that, Pal saidAdvani, the nation's home minister and one of its most powerful politicians, recently won an acquittalHe distrusted even his closest associatesPhoto A cabdriver for a group providing rides to women by women, on a New Delhi streetIf you want intelligence in a war zone, youre not going to get it from Mother Teresa or Mary Poppins, one U.SIt is Thieves of State.We know all this money is coming in, a farmer outside Kandahar told Chayes, yet there was little the local population could do as it vanishedJaipur is a prosperous city of nearly three million people, the capital of the northwestern Indian state of RajasthanThat may have been true, or it may be that Ghiya had bribed the right officialTake the example of a single mother who was acquitted by a Delhi court earlier this yearAriane Dandois heard rumors in Jaipur that Ghiya had powerful enemies(The word idol, though largely abandoned by Western academics because of its perceived pejorative connotation, remains in use in India to describe these objects.) When, in 1986, the Indian government sued for the return of a twelfth-century bronze Shiva that had been looted from a village in Pathur, it did so on behalf of the offended god himself: Shiva was named as a plaintiff in the caseBrendan Lynch, one of Sothebys Indian-antiquities experts, had met with Ghiya, and the memo proposed that Lynch begin visiting Ghiya in Jaipur twice a year to acquire objectsHer remit was ambitious but diffuse: develop a sister-school program, establish a radio station, rebuild a village that had been destroyed by allied bombingHow well the regime defended even its lowliest officials would broadcast a message throughout the system about the strength of the protection guarantee, Chayes writesAccountable government is an ideal, to be sure''The file will never be complete,'' he said confidently.Nevertheless, the case appears on the docket once or twice each month only to be adjourned for this or postponed for thatIn Chayess account of her gradual education in the politics of occupied Afghanistan and her belated revelation that the Karzais were a bunch of crooks, the creeping transition from navet to disillusionment is not so different from what the United States encountered, on a broader levelStone temples devoted to the major Hindu deities have been the focus of theistic cults on the Indian subcontinent since the fifth century, and these shrines, often full of carved images of major and minor gods, can still be found throughout the country, along with a profusion of Buddhist and Islamic antiquitiesThe story is heartening but anomalousThe walls were hung with fading photographs of early-twentieth-century shooting parties: stern-faced maharajas and visiting British aristocrats standing triumphant over a mountain of slain ducks; a Rolls-Royce with a dead tiger splayed along its running board, and the caption Silver Shadow and Tiger.Ghiyas operation was the largest antiquities smuggling racket in Indias history to be systematically dismantled and prosecuted, and, depending on the outcome of the trial, Ghiya could spend the rest of his life in jailAs soon as Romania joined the E.U., in 2007, the campaign fizzled, the justice minister was fired, and the cases were droppedNanhe are long dead, but their litigation has plodded onward, moving with all the speed of a creaky bullock cart through perhaps the most overburdened justice system in the world 48a4f088c3