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Issue No : 65


 
  Poem: In Spite of School
Indu Jain

Women in Panchayats
Chetna Galla

Punishing the Victims—
Officials Help the Spread of Aids Epidemic
Shyamala Natrajan

Pushing Women Out
Declining Employment of Women in the Organised Industrialn Sector
Sujata Gothoskar

Poem: Desires, Shame
P. Raja

Letters to Manushi

A New Flower
Amit Rai

Women in Bengal Revolutionary Movement
Sandip Bandyopadhyay

Short Story: The Quandary
Vijay Dan Detha
   
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