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The Limits of Justice: An Indian Human Rights Story

Through an examination of the Sadashiva panel report, court papers submitted to the panel, media exposes, and interviews with NGO activists and the victims themselves, this article aims to shed light on a tale of suffering and struggle largely ignored by the Indian media during the decade-long hunt for Veerappan.

Jordan Fletcher, Subhradipta Sarkar

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