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Neha Dixit Wins PII-ICRC Award For Her Story On Muzaffarnagar Riots

Neha Dixit Wins PII-ICRC Award For Her Story On Muzaffarnagar Riots
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Neha Dixit Wins PII-ICRC Award For Her Story On Muzaffarnagar Riots
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1970-01-01T05:30:00+05:30

Neha Dixit has been awarded the Press Institute of India and International Committee of the Red Cross award for her story 'Shadow Lines' published in Outlook's August 4, 2014 issue.

The piece covers the chilling accounts of seven rape survivors of the Muzaffarnagar riots.

Congratulations, Neha!

Check out more stories in Outlook by Neha Dixit, here.

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