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Issue No : 32


 
  An Open Letter from Manushi To AISSF And Damdami TaksalTo SGPC And Akali Dal

Protest The Ban

Pro Women Or Anti Muslim?: The Shahbano Controversy
Madhu Kishwar

Bride Burning on Diwali
Uma Pandey

POEM: The Well Digger
Rasna Warah

POEM: Stars
Vishwapriya

A Sterilisation Camp In Uttar Pradesh
Gabrielle Ross

Women's Conference in Bombay
Prabha Rani

"I Drank The Wine Of My Own Verse": The Life And Work Of Lal Ded, Kashmiri Poet and Mystic

Talaq Mukti Morcha In Maharashtra
Dilip Shikhare

POEM: Shopping
Flavia

Letters to Manushi

Women's Role In The Tebhaga Movement: An Interview With Bimala Maji
Peter Custers

Claiming What Is Theirs: Struggle of Vegetable Vendors In Ahmedabad
Renana Jhabwala

Short Story: Prison
Vasanthi

A Cow And Bull Story
Leena

Films: What Is A Female Perspective? Some Impressions Of Third World Women's Sections, Filmotsav' 86
Ruth Vanita

   
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