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Issue No : 128


 
  Lest We Forget
Tracking the Tehelka Expose and its Aftermath
MADHU KISHWAR

Offence, the Best Form of Defence?
Vicious and Vindictive Response of the Political Establishment
SHOMA CHAUDHURY

The Witch-Hunt against First Global
Implications for Free Press in India
SHOMA CHAUDHURY with Inputs from DEVINA MEHRA

Action Thwarted Report:
Army Prevented from Operation Clean-up

“The Idea Was to Break Us...”
SHANKAR SHARMA

Attack on Tehelka for Using Call Girls
Intervention Petition Submitted to the Chairman National
Human Rights Commission by
MADHU KISHWAR

From Democracy to Kleptocracy
Extracts from the Affidavit Submitted to the
Venkatswamy Commission by
PREM SHANKAR JHA

Follow up: Model Market at Sewa Nagar
Attempts at Collaboration with City Administration

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