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Issue No : 78


 
 

Rani Rasmani
A philanthropist and a Rebel

Madhu Kishwar
Dowry Calculations
Daughter’s Rights in Her Parental Family

Shaila Satpute
The Latur Earthquake

Mary Elizabeth Lauzon
Poem: Backbone

Dilip D’Souza
Crime and Punishment
Combating the Shiv Sena Menace in Bombay


Kamala Mukhopadhyaya
Death Does not Frighten Her
Taslima’s Crusade for Human Rights


Kavita Charanji
The Gong of Burma
Solidarity with Democracy Movement in Burma


Deepa Agarwal
Poem: Anarkali

Kirin Narayan
A. K. Ramanujan

Vasudha Dhagamwar
Papamami


Mukul Keswan
Film Review: Gardish

Ruth Vanita
Book Review : Many Ramayanas

P. Rama
Her Wit was Her Guard
Folk Tale from Tamil Nadu

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