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Issue No : 4


 
 

Ban These Teaching Shops!

Hitting Out at Women

One Step Forwards, Two Steps Backward

A Women’s Theatre Workshop

She Made Common Cause With All Women

Women in the Integrated Circuit

Dancing Dogs and Bears by Meenakshi Mukherjee

Editorial: Our Alarming Silence:Women, Politics and the Recent Elections

One of Many

Reports

Letters

Our Rights and Wrongs: Rape—The Victime is the Accused

Survey Report: They Give us Light but Live in Darkness

Poem: Delhi Street Song

Poem: Spark

Poem: Jagiro

Poem: Marriage, Midday Meal

Poem: The Same Old Yarn?

Films: Feeding Male Fantasy

Books: Susan Brownmiller’s Against Our Will; The Suffragette Movement; Towards an Anthropology of Women; Symbols of Power

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