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Issue No : 38

  EDITORIAL: Some Thoughts On Republic Day, 26 January 1987

A Women’s Festival Taken Over: The Gujarati Navratri
Sonal Shukla

Students Demand Justice

Male Migration From Kerala: Some Effects On Women
Leela Gulati

Suma-The Migrant's Wife

Women Mobilise In Raipur
Rajendra Sail

Mine Workers Resist Retrenchment

Letters to Manushi

The Lady of Love: The Life And work of Habba Khatoon

Smita Patil: An Interview
Madhu Kishwar

Remembering Smita
Sonal Shukla

POEM: How Does It Happen
Gurdeep Dhingra

Making Visible The Life of Women: Indin Immigrant Outworkers In UK
Rita Sarin

POEMS: Let The Body Lie
Rashmi Sehgal

Neera Parmar

A Married Woman’s Prayer

Vasantha Surya

LAW: The Muslim Woman’s Right To Divorce
Luchy Carroll

SHORT STORY: Happiness
Kundanika Kapadia

FILMS: Ek Chadar Maili Si
Ruth Vanita

POETRY: The Grass Is Like Me
Kishwar Naheed
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• Deepening Democracy
Challenges of Governance and
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Raid Raj as it affects the livelihood of the selfemployed poor, to a critique of India’s farm and economic policies. It further discusses the new divides being created by the country’s language policy to the causes and possible remedies for ethnic conflicts in India  (Read More…)
• Women Bhakta Poets:
Contains accounts of the life and poetry of some of the most outstanding women in Indian history from the 6th to the 17th
century — Mirabai, Andal, Avvaiyar, Muktabai, Janabai, Bahinabai, Lal
Ded, Toral, Loyal. Many of these poems had never neen translated into english before  (Read More…)
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