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Neha Dixit

Neha Dixit

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The writer is an independent journalist who writes on gender, development and politics in South Asia.

By Neha Dixit

Talking sex and make-up to a teen in light of her mother's failed sterilisation

Kajal and I were having this conversation while she was taking me to an anganwadi worker's house.

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No justice for his sister: Man loses his living, travelling from Gujarat to Haryana

Young Assamese labourer has been making a 1,000km journey back and forth as he awaits the verdict for his sister who was sold off as a child bride.

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What a delayed train journey can teach you about Delhi politics

From a conversation about Arvind Kejriwal to the government setting the nation back, all in one long ride.

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10 reasons why I want women to reclaim the streets

Vignettes from my own life that best describe how we deny women their right to be outdoors.

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How rape is only the beginning of a victim's nightmare

Next time we demand justice for women survivors of crimes, we must mandatorily ask for better rehabilitation.

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Would you like some prejudices with tea?

A profound conversation with English-speaking, educated, middle class aunties over lunch in Delhi.

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Our lady at home, the corporator bahu

Corporator Babita is a graduate from Mahila College, the oldest and the largest women's college in Uttar Pradesh. She has grown up in Aminabad, a 250-year-old market since the time of the Nawabs of Awadh.

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