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Issue No : 34

  Dowry: To Ensure Her Happiness Or To Disinherit Her?
Madhu Kishwar

POEM: By An Indo-Canadian
Natasha Sodhi

Another Raji...
Tasweer Z Naqvi

An Open Letter To Congress (I) Members of Parliament

LAW: Blatantly Discriminatory: The Law On Adultery
Renuka Viswanathan

POETRY: A Garland Of Liberty
Saeeda Gazdar

Letters to Manushi

Women Teachers And The DUTA strike: Some Impressions
Rajeswari Sunderrajan, Rashmi Bhatnagar, Nira Mira Gupta, Nalini Natarajan

Women Demolish Liquor Shops
Dilip Shikhare

Refined Techniques of Femicide
R.P. Ravindran

POEM: My Parents Found Him For Me
Mani Rao

Who Should Throw The First Stone?
Mary Rao

CREATIVE WRITING: Who Can Find A Virtuous Women?

FILMS: New Delhi Times
Ruth Vanita

Muslim Women Bill Challenged
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