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Women's Studies Research Center

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Women's Studies Research Center

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Director

Centre for Women's Studies and Development at Kurukshetra University


Director of Women's Studies

Kurukshetra University


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Centre for Women's studies

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Prof.Reicha Tanwar
Director Women's Studies Centre


KURUKSHETRA UNIVERSITY, KURUKSHETRA

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Dr. Reicha Tanwar
College of Education


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Prof.Reicha Tanwar Director
Women's Studies Centre Kurukshetra University


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Reicha Tanwar, the director of the Women's Studies Research Centre in Haryana, says attitudes in rural India, particularly in the most populous northern belt of states, were "going backwards" as a result of the Delhi gang-rape case.
"They are tightening the reins on girls, that they should not go out, they should not travel alone, that they should not ride on bicycles, or be given mobile phones or be seen talking to boys," she told AFP. Whatever notions village leaders had previously about women's security - often simply that they were to blame for crimes committed against them - "these have been reinforced", she added.


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Reicha Tanwar, the director of the Women's Studies Research Centre in Haryana, says attitudes in rural India, particularly in the most populous northern belt of states, were "going backward" as a result of the Delhi gang rape case.
"They are tightening the reins on girls, that they should not go out, they should not travel alone, that they should not ride on bicycles, or be given mobile phones or be seen talking to boys," she said. Whatever notions village leaders had previously about women's security - often simply that they were to blame for crimes committed against them - "these have been reinforced," she added.


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