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Issue No : 100


 
  Reader's Forum

Lifting the Veil
Reform vs. Tradition in Turkey
An Interview with Nilofer Gole

'Naukri' as Property
Causes and Cures for Corruption in Government
Madhu Kishwar

Poem : Of Daughters, Sons & Widows
Discrimination in Inheritance Laws
Poem by:
Dr. B. Sivaramayya

Film and Poem : Film: Rugmini  Poem: Instruments
Film Director: K.P. Kumaran
Review: Sevanti Ninan
Poem by:
Brian Pastoor

Book Review: Siva and Her Sisters
Caste, Class and Gender in Rural South India
Author: Karin Kapadia
Review: Renuka Viswanathan

Short Story : The Little Carved Box
by Pratibha Ray
Translation from Oriya: Jayanta Mahapatra


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