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Issue No : 27


 
 

A Case For Freeing Prostitutes From The Clutches of Police
—Tavleen Singh

Other Exploits of the Police
—Shyama Narang

She Works for Change: Interview with Chetna
A Manushi Protest Demonstration

Is It “Normal” For Women To Commit Suicide?
A Manushi Protest Demonstration

International Women’s Day Rally

A Significant Decision: Supreme Court Defines Stridhan

Government Yields to Demand for Enquiry

Letters to Manushi

Risking Life to Give Life
— Pilar

The Invisible Work That Feeds the Family
— Zarina Bhatty

In Prison For No Fault of Theirs
—C.A. Kumar

A Women’s Group Takes Up a Challenge
—AWAG, Ahmedabad

Folklore: As You Sow, So Shall You Reap

Struggling At Every Step: Pheriwalis in Bombay
—Alaka, Chetna

Book Review: Eighteenth Century Women in England
—Ruth Vanita

Films: Khandhar, Kamla, Meri Izzat Bachao
—Sujata Madhok, Prabha Krishnan, Madhu, Ruth

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