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Womens Issues:Fighting Back when You are Unarmed
2008-01-25
Name: Editor Have you ever been assaulted? How would you try to free yourself in case you are attacked?
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2008-01-25
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Name: Vishwas
Subject:  Punish attackers
Its not only about self-defense. It is also about punishing the people who do these things. What is the point of only taking care of yourself? One day you may not be as lucky.
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2008-01-25
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Name: Preeti
Subject:  My mother has experienced
My mother has had this experience. She was walking to her friend' s house and suddenly someone attacked her. Luckily she was able to escape and run away but her attacker stole her mangalsutra.
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2008-01-25
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Name: Nalini
Subject:  Teach in schools
I like this article. I think self-defense should be taught in all schools. Nowadays, even children are attacked. So they should learn how to defend themselves. At least this way we know our children will be safe.
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