Kalpana Sharma is an independent journalist, columnist and author based in Mumbai. In five decades as a journalist, she has worked with Himmat Weekly, Indian Express, Times of India and The Hindu. She was Consulting Editor with Economic & Political Weekly. Currently, she writes a column in Newslaundry.com.
She has written “The Silence and the Storm: Narratives of violence against women in India” and “Rediscovering Dharavi: Stories from Asia’s Largest Slum” and edited “Single by Choice: Happily Unmarried Women”, “Missing Half the Story: Journalism as if gender matters”, and co-edited “Whose News? The media and women’s issues” and “Terror Counter-Terror: Women speak out”.
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