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– A website has been launched for Covert, the fortnightly magazine from former Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle Editor-in-Chief MJ Akbar, rep…

– A website has been launched for Covert, the fortnightly magazine from former Asian Age and Deccan Chronicle Editor-in-Chief MJ Akbar, reports PressTalk. The 72 page magazine hit the stands last Wednesday, and features columnists like former finance minister Yashwant Sinha, former Rajya Sabha MP and columnist Kuldip Nayar, adman Suhel Seth, former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director Joginder Singh and activist Teesta Setalvad. The website for Covert appears to be rather archaic, and is probably under development (the about-us page is a dead-link)

Akbar, who had founded the Asian Age in 1994, had also been the founding editor of The Telegraph and magazine Sunday. His exit from the Asian Age was not all-together pleasant, as is evident from this article at Exchange4media. He also has a blog, here, written by Ilaxi, “the official blogger for MJ Akbar”.

  1. just heard akbars comment on our home minister," our home minister keeps on saying such blasts will not happen again….but nothing changes except home minister"s suit." this the best dig evoked loud laughter in me. but alas it is a sardonic one. well , akbarji keep on voicing our concerns. you are our [ peoples] counsellor par excellance.

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  2. Dhananjay Panchal Thursday, December 4, 2008

    Sir,
    I read your views on recent terrorist attack on Hotel Taj and Oberoi, mumbai, in Rediff.com, 02-10-2008. 'Pakistan will have to pay a heavy price' I am in total aggreement with your views. I wanted the article as quoted "spoke to Sheela Bhatt, for my family and friends who have missed the oppertunity to read.
    I would highly oblige if you can send me the link to read the article / recommend some of my friends and collegues who have missed the oppertunity to read.
    Thanks for yorur kind attention.
    Dhananjay Panchal

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