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  Responses to Manushi

Enhancing Women's Representation in Legislatures
An Alternative to the Government Bill for Women's Reservation
FORUM FOR DEMOCRATIC REFORMS

Ram As Abductor
Subrahmaniya Bharathi's Ramayan
Introduced and Translated by PAULA RICHMAN

Rescuing Women From Forced Prostitution1
Sister Lea on the Flesh Trade in Germany

First Person: A Lankmark Victory
Orissa Court Vindicates a Woman's Battle for Her Dignity
ANJANA MISHRA

Poem: Invitation Card
by Sunanda Mongia

Kosovo and the Endo of the Nation-State
Speech by Vaclav Havel

Story: The Interlude
by Jagannath Prasad Das
Translation from Oriya: K.K. MOHAPATRA, LEELAWATI MOHAPATRA AND PAUL ST-PIERRE

Readers' Forum

My Vision for the Future:
When Giving and Receiving Become One
MADHU KISHWAR 



   
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