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Issue No : 29


 
  “A Story of Courage—The Lives of Muslim Women In Ahmedabad”
-Renana Jhabvala

Another Interview With Sonia Gandhi: Not Only “Heart to Heart But Going to the Heart of The Matter
-Madhu Kishwar

In Honour of a True Hero

From Rajavva To Satamma
-Ratnamala

Colleagues Demand CBI Enquiry Into Indu’s Death

The Unwanted Girls: A Study of Infant Mortality Rates
-Barbara Miller

Handicapped: By Gender or By Men’s Attitudes?
-Charu Sehgal

Using Manushi In Rural Women’s Programmes
-Mamta Jaitley

Letters To Manushi

A Continuing Experiment: The Story of Mobile Creches
-Mina Swaminathan, Devika Singh

Bhopal: How Women Suffered
-Shashi, Sunila

The Story of the Bombay Riots: In the Words of Muslim Women
-Vibhuti Patel, Sujata Gothaskar

Miles To Go Before We Achieve
-Pushpinder Chandla

Folklore: The Princess Wins, The King Loses

Poem: Two Women
-Naomi Replansky

Arjun: Multiplying Tyrannies
-Ruth, Madhu
   
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