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Item Code: BAA823
Author: Monika Arora And Sonali Chitalkar And Shruti Mishra And Monicca Agarwaal
Edition: 2021
ISBN: 9781942426639
Pages: 236
Other Details 8.0 X 5.0 inch
Weight 200 gm
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Advocate Monika Arora represents Government of India and JNU as its Standing Counsel in Delhi High Court and the Supreme Court. She represents Army, navy, Air force, BSF, CRPF, CISF and other paramilitary forces. She represents various ministries including Home ministry, Finance ministry, External affair ministry Human Resource and Development ministry sports ministry to name a few.

She is the standing counsel for JNU and has represented JNU in very important matters in court. She represented Information and broadcasting Ministry and Home Ministry in the case where ban was imposed on documentary on Nirbhaya namely 'India's Daughter' made by Leslie Udwin which showed Nirbhaya in poor light and gave a platform to the accused to justify their brutal attack on Nirbhaya. An advocate with zeal and passion, she has filed many Public Interest Litigations. Some of them are as follows:

She filed a Public Interest Litigation to ban posters in Delhi and because of her case anybody putting posters on public walls will be fined up to Rs. 50,000. Because of her case Cow welfare board was formed in Delhi after 11 years. Because of her case Sanskrit has got its rightful place in Kendriya Vidyalaya, and is not replaced by French or German. Because of her case Bhagat Singh and Lala Lajpat Rai who was referred to as militant and terrorist in ICSE books will now be called Freedom fighters.

She has fought thousands of cases in various courts. She is a powerful orator and has participated in various seminars/ awareness campaigns on Uniform Civil Code and ending discrimination against women. She has been fighting for women's right to equality, freedom and dignity. She is the Convener of the Group of Intellectuals and Academicians (GIA).

Sonali Chitalkar is Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Miranda House University of Delhi. Her area of Specialization is International Relations with a focus on Conflict Resolution. She has been working on the State of Jammu and Kashmir in the last few years as a part of Peace facilitation and conflict resolution. She has also worked on inter-regional aspirations in Jammu and Kashmir, spending time in studying on ground, the evolution of politics in the former State. Her doctoral thesis is on Education Policy in Jammu and Kashmir. She is currently working on the framework of an Indic Theory of Gender as a part of her interest in Decolonisation of the Indian mind and Indigenous Political Theory.

Dr. Shruti Ranjana Mishra teaches in the Department of Hindi in PGDAV college (evening). She has authored three books on Hindi Sahitya and regularly publishes research papers in UGC listed journals.

Monicca Agarwaal is an entrepreneur running her own IT company and plastic recycling unit.


On 27 October, 2020, Nikita Tomar, returning from her final year examination was brutally murdered in broad daylight at Ballabhgarh, Haryana. A bright star of her family, she faced no restrictions at home. Her family supported her every attempt to fly high. Yet her wings were clipped, and she was murdered.

A number of questions arose in our minds. The whys and whats were answered when the Group of Intellectuals and Academicians (GIA) made a fact-finding visit to the victim's house. This fact finding also led to more such cases coming to our notice. The GIA met and spoke to many women who had stories of grooming, pursuit and conversion to tell. What we unearthed were sordid tales of physical and sexual exploitation in which religious motivation played a significant role.

The Group of Intellectuals and Academicians (GIA) group of women dedicated to the pursuit of research- is a based evidence and intervention on key social and political issues. Based in New Delhi, the group comprises professionals from different disciplines-teachers, lawyers, media persons and entrepreneurs.

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