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Issue No : 12


 
 

Pakistani Women Against Repression: Interview With Sheema Kermani

Some Facts And Figures About Women’s Situation in Pakistan

Poem: Our Identification

Words of Fire: The Writings of Sara Shagufta

Fahmida Riyaz: The Pen as Political Weapon

The Strange Tale of Pakistani Women’s Meet

Appropriate for Women, Appropriated by Men:
Experiment With a Gobar Gas Plant

Report From Iran

Poem: Torn Apart

Factory and Home — The Contrary Pulls
Lives of Women Workers in The Textile Industry

A New Form of Female Infanticide

Demand For 25 Percent Reservation of jobs

Letters to Manushi

Some Reports Sent to Us

Women in the Cashew Industry

Poem: Of Human Rights

Profiles of Some Women Prisoners

Jewel: A Tale Retold

A Four Year Long Struggle

Protest Against Militarism

Short Story by Ashapurna Devi: The Point Beyond the Limit

Films: Awards Notwithstanding

Women Lectures Mobilize Against Dowry Death

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