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MUSLIM WOMEN DISCOURSE MARGINALIZED

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New Delhi: Delhi Malayali Halqa organized a panel discussion on "Women in India: Challenges and Discourses" on 24 February at the Abul Lais Hall at the headquarters of SIO here. Chaired by Dr. Sabiha Khanum, Delhi Jamaat-e-Islami women wing’s leader, the discussion debated a wide range of issues concerning women and engaged with women representation especially Muslim women representation in the Indian mainstream. The panel comprised of Khulsum Fathima, Najmu Sahar, Nada T.K, Sumayya Ahmed spoke on broad topics including women in history, women representation in media, women in Islam and Muslim women representation in the Indian mainstream.   

This article appeared in The Milli Gazette print issue of 16-31 March 2013 on page no. 13

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