The following booklet titled “Press and Private Enterprise in a Democracy” was published on September 9, 1963, and was authored by N.J.N. The article highlights the importance of a free press in a democratic society. The Indian Government’s adoption of an attitude riddled with inconsistencies, anti-liberal prejudices, favoritism, and vindictiveness while mouthing about Free Press is utterly hypocritical. Like any other sector, the author asserts that the press should also be allowed its share of imperfections. He puts forward an example exhibiting overt favoritism by the Government. Such inclinations towards selected newspapers raise the question of free speech in a democracy. The author questions whether all the media agencies receiving favors from the Government remain objective in their work? A press controlled by the Government poses a significant threat to the information and knowledge being disseminated in the country. The second example mentioned in the booklet is the Government’s view on critical articles as erudite and pompous. The press has been accused of wrong interpretations, and journalists have been described as obstructive, irrational. Due to this, the Indian public has been conditioned to applaud everything that the Government does. By bringing to light the charges that the Government imposes on the press from time to time, the author contends that the greatest of all Press freedoms is the freedom from Government interference and Prejudice. For a country to thrive, its Government must be faced with specific criticisms and put in a position to justify its policies and programs.