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During the short period since its publication, The Milli Gazette was the first to break many important stories like the exposure of Al-Falah fraud, community-specific police and intelligence surveys in various parts of the country, 4-page supplement on police assault on the Jamia Millia, 16-page supplement on the great victory of resistance in South Lebanon, the first such supplement anywhere in the world....
We broke two stories in our 16 August issue (MG 15). The results are more than satisfying :

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The first story was about the plight of Malika Begum, the sole eyewitness of the terrible Bhagalpur riots (1989-90). A US-based Muslim NRI MG reader has come forward to bear the cost of the education of her two children. His first quarterly cheque is on its way to Malika Begum. Read Article

ž»We were the first to break the news of the martyrdom and funeral of Capt. Jawed Saifi, an event totally ignored by our ‘national’ media. Weeks later a clipping of our coverage landed on the table of Mr Harish Khare, the resident editor of the Delhi edition of The Hindu. It prompted him to take notice of the blackedout even in an editorial page article on 21 September. This was followed up by the Indian Express with a front page story on 24 September. The result is that Capt. Saifi’s son Faisal (above, right) has now been admitted to the Army Public School and LM Singhvi, MP and our former high commissioner in the UK, has set up a scholarship for the martyr’s son. Cached Article of Mr Harish Khare
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