Got the word "goonda" into the Globe & Mail

"Pink Sari Revolution is about how one person can galvanize a movement, but it mostly points up the dilapidated nature of Indian politics and justice. From police to politicians to hospital administrators, male and female public officials collude in a culture of widespread corruption that disproportionately affects Indian women. And so, though the Gulabi Gang operates in just one part of India, this story can be extrapolated across the country, where economic and caste status continue to conspire against the powerless." 

- My review of Pink Sari Revolution  by Amana Fontanella-Khan for Globe Books