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In this issue

What they said to us
taslima nasrin, on banning of The Hindus
“Like free speech, human rights are universal.
Writers should have the right to write what they like.”
current affa i r s
26 Price of Excess
With the Goa police chargesheeting
ex-Tehelka editor Tarun Tejpal under the new
sections of the Criminal Law (Amendment)
Act, 2013, is it time to ask if one law can fit
all crimes, or should there be gradation
according to severity of crime? Also, a column
by Vrinda Grover.
14 congress Old Guard vs New Guard
16 bjp The UP Strategy
20 media in the northeast An
Estate Under Assault
44 Kejriwal vs RIL
Will Arvind Kejriwal’s FIR against
Reliance change anything on the ground
as far as gas interests are concerned?
What will be the fallout of AAP’s
allegations against the Ambanis?
50 Banned Wagon
Reminded of their own tribulations with the
pulping of Wendy Doniger’s work The Hindus:
An Alternative History, six authors whose
books have been banned for the subject they
have reflected upon share their
sentiments on what it feels like to be the
victim of intolerance
Rammed through in the Lok S abha,
and treading an equally contentious
passage in the upper house, India’s
29th state is born out of turmoil and
over the resignation of Andhra Pradesh
chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy.
The T Partition
Cover Story
Regulars 04 leters 10 Polscape

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