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Issue No : 66


 
 

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi
A Portrait in Courage

Victims of the State—
Yayavar Women Describe Government Oppression
Vibha Shukla

Poem: The Fifth Encounter With the Purushottam
Susmita Bhattacharya

A Toothless Tiger—
A Critique of the Family Court
Flavia

All for ‘Izzat’
The Practice of Female Circumcision among Bohra Muslims
R. Ghadially

Fable: The Point
Suniti Namjoshi
Poem: What’s Cooking?
Elakshi

Letters to Manushi

Interviewed by Maroussia and Khursheed Ahmed
Aruna Papp

Shankar Guha Niyogi—
Homage to a Martyr
Sudha Bharadwaj

Profile of Nalinitai Ladhke
Asha Rajwade

Poems: Guerrilla Tactics; My Face
Nilima Chitgopekar

Short Story: Mira Danced
Mridula Garg

   
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