#MeToo: A look back at India’s social movement of the year and its likely future
Updated : December 18, 2018 06:09 PM IST
By the first week of October, several women had come forward with allegations ranging from inappropriate behavior at the workplace to violent sexual assault and rape.
The movement moved to journalism, with many senior journalists like Vinod Dua, Prashant Jha and KR Sreenivas among those named.
2019 will be a truer test of the real-world implications of the movement.
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