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Issue No : 2


 
 

Breaking Fear’s Silence

The Deadweight of Tradition

“Madam Chairman, Sir!”

This Happens to Some of Us

We Bear the Fruit of their Sins

The Other Side of the Picture

The Woes of ‘Anonymous’

Lawfully Exploited

Unpaid, Unrecognized—Women Speak about Housework

All for a Match by Ashapurna Devi

Editorial: How we look at it

.. One of Many

Reports

Our Rights and Wrongs

Letters

Survey Report from Kanpur: Factories or Concentration Camps?

Reading

Poems : For Nelia and Written in Hazaribagh Jail

Poems : The Dead Rebel Girl

Poems : A Resolve and Her Mother’s Words

Poems : For Witches

Women Help Women—Berit Lakey

Films: Old Poison in New Bottles

Books: Finding a Voice by Amrit Wilson

Theatre: The Dolls’ House by Ibsen

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