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Qadri Inzamam

Qadri Inzamam is a freelance journalist from India and currently based in Denmark. He has previously worked with Outlook Magazine – India’s preeminent weekly news magazine – as Assistant Editor. His stories have featured in Foreign Policy, The Intercept, Slate, New Lines, BBC, Al Jazeera and Undark, and several other international publications. He writes on human rights, politics, gender and technology.

Reporter’s Notebook: Debt, hysterectomies and child marriage — what working in the sugar-cane industry means for Indian women

Debt, hysterectomies and child marriage -- what working in the sugar-cane industry means for Indian women.

The Brutality of Sugar: Debt, Child Marriage and Hysterectomies

Women working on India’s sugarcane farms are having expensive and medically unnecessary hysterectomies so they can work uninterrupted - a practice that keeps sugar flowing to Coke, Pepsi and Cadbury, but leaves its victims with…
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