The Gendered Lives of Railway Loco-pilots

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This feature is based on Arundhathi's article "‘Piloting’ Gender in the Indian Railways: Women Loco-pilots, Labour and Technology."

 

Curated by: Sohnee Harshey [sohnee@epw.in]

Design: Gulal Salil [gulal@epw.in]

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