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Manjima Misra is a Delhi University graduate in English Literature. She is the author of two books : Indian Feminine Fury and Unapologetically Mad. She has been an award winner in debating competitions during her college years and her articles on politics have been published by digital magazines such as Qrius and The Quint. She is ideologically inclined towards feminism and is passionate about the causes of gender equality,mental health and human rights. She wants to pursue her higher studies in gender studies.

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