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(Don’t) Rush To Judge Me

(Update: Just noticed that uber-blogger, Andrew Sullivan, picked me up again a few days ago for my  TIME.com column last week on the link between India’s skewed sex ratios and violence against women. Here’s the link.) I have a love-hate relationship … Continue reading

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The Case of the Missing Girls: Skewed Sex Ratios and Big Problems

Here is my TIME.com column on the recent rape-murder of an Indian medical student and Asia’s “missing girls”: (And I’m happy to say that Andrew Sullivan picked me up again here.) The horrific gang rape and murder of a 23-year old … Continue reading

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