Faceless Women You Can't Forget

Bhalla, Nita
August 2012
News India Times;08/10/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 32, p2
In this article, the author focuses on the growing number of acid violence against women by citing the example of Sonali Mukherjee, a college student from Dhanbad, India, who was a victim of acid attack, and expresses her concerns over the little compensation given by authorities to such victims.


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