3+1 Reasons We Need Your Support And Subscription
It is first weekend of the month and so, our print issue has just been published.
You see, we're among the very few outlets who continue to sharply observe and comment on the status of UPA era scams. The August 2018 issue is a special issue covering the state of prosecution - many should be in jail, they're not. We're telling you why.
Apart from the magazine, we wanted to highlight three stories we did this week
1. R Jagannathan on Assam's NRC Process - Swarajya is probably the only portal arguing that economic migrants int Assam must be treated differently from refugees fleeing Islamist persecution in Bangladesh. We've also got a sensible take on how to handle the mess by Jaideep Mazumdar who reports on Bengal and North East from Kolkata.
2. Kalyani-amma's dairy farm is no more. She started the farm with a cow she was gifted by her father during her wedding. She put in the hard work to build a dairy farm with that one cow as the capital, but just as the going got good her cattle were stolen from her. Only Swarajya brings you the other side of cattle related violence in India. Do read this moving story.
3. Finally, you should read this brief profile of J Saideepak who presented brilliant arguments in the Supreme Court in the Sabarimala women's temple entry case. While others have also covered Sai's arguments you will definitely remember that Swarajya has been backing less government control of temples for more than two years now.
Dear reader, we wanted to give you four reasons to subscribe to Swarajya and hope we have. If you like the work we do and want us to do well, please do buy a subscription - for Rs 100/month you're making Swarajya possible.
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It is the first weekend of the month! May this be your good deed to begin the month with! :-)
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