Rajashri Dasgupta is one of the earliest journalists to focus attention on unethical drug trials, and as a Panos fellow traced its effects on uninformed, poor women. She has also worked extensively on the social fallout of HIV/AIDS in rural Bengal and women and children caught in conflict zones. Rajashri started her career in Business Standard before she headed the Women’s Page and the feature sections of The Telegraph for many years. She is now an Editorial Advisor for Himal Southasian. She is currently working on the issue of sexual violence and state impunity in West Bengal. With Laxmi Murthy she has co-authored, Our Pictures, Our Words, a document on the growth of the contemporary Indian women’s movement.
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