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Issue No : 16


 
 

Just One More Queue—Women And Water Shortage In Tamil Nadu

She Works or Poor Women’s Rule—An Interview With Laro Janko

Parvati’s Struggle

Women Struggle Against Zia’s Version of Islam

She Refused To Be A Sati Savitri

Are In-Laws Alone Responsible For Neelam’s Death

“I Fought For My Life...And Won”

Night Wind: A Poem

Between Mines And Fields — Tribal Women in Bihar

Letters To Manushi

The Bills To Amend The Rape and Dowry Laws—Mending or Marring?

Dowry—Practised In All Communities

The Perils of “Exciting Dissatisfaction” —Legal Battle Against The Charge of Sedition

Kriti—Creative Workshop For Women

Demand For Legalization of Prostitution

Some Forms of Trafficking in Women

The Neglected Pain

Twenty or Twenty Five: A Short Story

Films: Pleading With Men To take Women Off Their Parents’ Hands

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