Newspaper fighting India's powerful shows reach of Western values


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Nominated for the Oscar for Best Documentary, “Writing with Fire” tells the story of Dalit journalists who work for the newspaper “ Khabar Lahariya”. The newspaper, previously printed, is making the transition to the digital world. Armed with only smartphones, women risk their lives and challenge power in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. At the head of the group is Meera, who leads a team of women divided between tradition and journalistic idealism. To talk about “Writing with Fire”, the Quarantine Cult, in its issue number 80, with the presence of journalist Bruna Torlay.

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