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Issue No : 33


 
  They Called Her a Stone...
Rajbala

One The Occasion of The Presentation of Smt Chameli Devi Jain Award to Manushi
Madhu Kishwar

"Why This Slow Murder?"
SEWA Report on Communal Violence In Ahmedabad

From Mother To Daughter: Women In Classical Music
Rita Ganguly, Vidya Hydari

POEM: Second Thoughts On A Life Once Lived
Lopa Banerjee

Bhairav Se Sohni: Second All Women Music Festival
Abha Thapalyal

Christian Women Demand Reform
Joint Women's Programme

Climbing The Ladder of Aspiration: Women In Thailand
Gail Omvedt

A Story of Two Women Undertrials
Madhup Singh

LAW: Register Marriages Under The Special Marriage Act
Lucy Carroll

International Women's Day: Some Reports Received

Letters to Manushi

Investigating so Called Suicides
Ved Parkash Gupta

Divisions And Unity: Bidi Workers At Nipani
Chhaya Datar

"Where Do I Belong?" Profile of A Union Worker
Chhaya Datar

INTERVIEW: Activists of the Muslim Satyashodhak Samaj

BOOKS RECEIVED

Sorting Out The MailSorting Division
Manushi

SHORT STORY: Alliance
Kusum Chandragupt

The Great Communicators
Vasantha Surya

FILMS: Mard: The Male As Fantasy Construct
Ruth Vanita

   
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