Kalpana is an independent journalist and author. As a journalist specialising in developmental and environmental issues as well as gender, she has worked with ‘Himmat Weekly’, ‘The Indian Express’, ‘The Times of India’ and ‘The Hindu’. She was also Consulting Editor with ‘Economic & Political Weekly’. She is the author of ‘Rediscovering Dharavi: Stories from Asia’s Largest Slum’ and has edited ‘Missing: Half the Story, Journalism as if Gender Matters’, and more recently, ‘Single by Choice, Happily Unmarried Women’. Her latest book is ‘The Silence and the Storm: Narratives of Violence again Women in India’. She has also co-edited ‘Terror Counter-Terror: Women Speak Out’.
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