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Laws, Liberty and Livelihood
Giving a Voice to Street Vendors
Issue No.
Frauds in the Guise of Reform Municipal Agencies Mislead the Court to
Sabotage National Policy for Street Vendors
155 Jul-Aug 2006
The First all India Jansunvayi of Street Vendors 155 Jul-Aug 2006
Making Our Cities World Class and People Friendly: Action Plan Submitted to the Supreme Court by MANUSHI and SEWA for Liberalised License Regime for Vendors 153 Mar-Apr 2006
Destroying Swadeshi Retail Sector to Make way for Videshi Retailers?: Supreme Court Orders Mass Scale Removel of Delhi's Vendors 153 Mar-Apr 2006
The Battle Continues: High Court Order in Favour of Model Hawker Market 152 Jan-Feb 2006
Emergency Avatar of a Secular Goddess: Manushi Swachha Narayani Descends to Protect Street Vendors 147 Mar-Apr 2005
Follow Up: Major Breakthrough for Street Vendors: Manushi Hawker Market Project Gets Supreme Court Clearance 135 Mar-Apr 2003
Working Under Constant Threat: Some Setbacks and Some Steps Forward in Sewa Nagar 130 May-Jun 2002
Follow up: Model Market at Sewa Nagar 128 Jan-Feb 2002
Jhadu Pooja at Sewa Nagar: Manushi’s Campaign for Cleaning Governance 127 Nov-Dec 2001
“All that is Necessary is to Get off Their Backs”: Memorandum Submitted to Lt. Governor on behalf of Delhi’s Street Vendors, Rickshaw Pullers and Owners 126 Sep-Oct 2001
In Danger of Sabotage: Historic Intervention by the Prime Minister 125 Jul-Aug 2001
Reforming the Licensing Regime: Prime Minister’s New Policy for Street Hawkers andRickshaw Pullers in Delhi 125 Jul-Aug 2001
Blackmail, Bribes and Beatings: Lok Sunwayi of Delhi’s Street Vendors 124 May-Jun 2001
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Challenges of Governance and
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• Women Bhakta Poets:
Contains accounts of the life and poetry of some of the most outstanding women in Indian history from the 6th to the 17th
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