This opinion was published in The Logical Indian on December 24, 2018.
About the Authors
Malavika was a Research Fellow at Nyaaya. She was a graduate of Symbiosis International University and held a B.B.A.LLB degree. Her main areas of research included womens's rights, child rights, social welfare legislations, gender-based violence and information design.
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