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Issue No : 154


 
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Diagnosing and Remedying Backwardness
English Education Defines the New Brahmins and the New Dalits of India
MADHU PURNIMA KISHWAR

Poem: Mapping Womanhood
DEEPA ANAPPARA

Going Beyond the Blame Game
Crusaders for Enhancing Education among Muslims
A Profile of Ahmed Rashid Shervani

The Right to Dance
Mumbai High Court Judgement Strikes the Right Note
FLAVIA AGNES


Understanding ‘Narak’: Rethinking Pollution
Learning from the Knowledge and Experience of Midwives
JANET CHAWLA

Short Story: Raakh
PRATIMA VERMA
Translated from the original in Hindi by Mona Sinha


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