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16 Prisoners of Patriarchy
On September 21, the UP police beat up women students protesting peacefully in BHU against
the misogyny on campus. Two students, part of the protest, recount the sequence of events.
22 Another Lotus Eater?
Decoding Tamil superstar Kamalahaasan’s politics-speak
28 Here’s How We Go To School
From hazardous structures passing off as schools for working-class children to private schools
flouting all regulations for profit, a hard look at the state of our school education
51 Insecure Over Drinks
Rising instances of women driving drunk and women characters drinking on screen in
Kerala set off the patriarchal alarm bells for the Malayali male gen-pop
56 The Paperback Way to India
Most upcoming Pakistani writers get published in India due to lack of options back home
6 Letters 10 deep throat 58 Books 64 glitterati 66 diary

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