In recognition perhaps of the significance of the times in which we live, Ensouth this month is biased towards unfolding current events. Thus, we evaluate the impact of three events that have occurred within the last few months.
First, in The Law that Saw the Light, we subject the political peccadillos around the Lokpal Bill to a critique in the context of the of Jammu and Kashmirís Roshni Act, perhaps the most outstanding example of self-serving political perfidy.
Next, we travel back down to the 2012 Jaipur Literary Festival in Joust in Jaipur and seek out the limits of free speech. We can disclose that this same topic will come up again in the next Ensouth when we go back to examine whether a harmless Bengali academic ought to be arrested for cracking a joke.
Finally, in Telecom Torment, we review the consequences of the Supreme Courtís decision in the 2G case and draw some conclusions about the existential angst inherent in public administration in India.
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Ranjeev C Dubey