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Issue No : 36


 
  “The Final Goal Is Justice...”
INTERVIEW with Shabana Azmi by Anand Patwardhan

“We Know The Weapons Will Finally Turn On Us”: Recurrent Anti Muslim Violence In Ahmedabad
Sonal Mehta

Aren’t All These Also Banos?” What Muslim Women Suffer
Mirai Chatterjee

More Operated On Than Operating: Telephone Operators’ Attempts At Seft Organisation
Poonam Kaul, Prabha Rani

COVER STORY: Challenge To Whom?: An Analysis Of “The Challenge Of Education” Report
M. Bharathi

One Step Forward or Backward: Some Thoughts On the NEP
Dinesh Mohan

Protest Against Bride’s Death
Nirmal Kaur

Letters to Manushi

Sangita’s Story
Nibedita Bhattacharjee

Terminate Pregnancy, Do Not Exterminate Women
S.G. Kabra

Eager To Move Towards Freedom: The Women of Harijan Nada
Madhu Sarin

Ma
Chetna

From Day To Day, Envisioning Tomorrow: Working With Victims of Anti Sikh Riots At Tilak Vihar
Lalita Ramdas and Jaya Srivastava Interviewed

How Tata Treats Women Employees: A Report from Jamshedpur
Renu Dewan

FILMS: Naam
Ruth Vanita
   
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