#MeToo: Its Government’s Turn to Act against Sexual Harassment allegations

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The courageous women in the media and film fraternity are pointing to the sexual predators in powerful positions. What started with Tanushree Dutta talking about an incident with Nana Patekar from 2008, was continued with accounts of several women journalists. Senior Journalist Bhasha Singh takes stock of all facets of the #MeToo campaign –- from accusations against Alok Nath to the vulnerability of women professionals in vernacular media. NewsClick brings a detailed take on ‘Media Par Khari-Khari’, Episode 21.

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