Republic Under the Shadow of Surveillance: UID- The Hidden Agenda

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Republic Under the Shadow of Surveillance: UID- The Hidden Agenda


Usha Ramanathan
Independent law reascher and noted jurist

Prof. Mohan Rao

Gopal Krishna
Research scholar, JNU, Citizens Forum for Civil Liberties

Date: 24.01.11
Venue: Tapti Mess, Jawaharlal Nehru University
Time: 9.30 pm


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