- River of Flesh: The Prostituted Woman in Indian Short Fiction, Publisher: Speaking Tiger Publications, New Delhi.
- As if Women Matter: The Essential Gloria Steinem Reader, Publisher, Rupa Publications, New Delhi.
- Qajar, Out of Focus, West by East, Like Everyday, My Press Photo, Be Colorful, Ctrl+Alt+Delete-Shadi Ghadirian, Iranian Artist, Publisher: Tasveer Arts
- The place where we live is called a red-light area, Publisher: Apne Aap Women Worldwide, Kolkata.
- Tuberculosis do or die, Publisher: Kathmandu Panos Institute South Asia and World Health Organization
- Town of Love by Anne Ch. Ostby, Contributed afterword. Publisher: Spinifex Press, Australia.
- Big Porn Inc: Exposing the Harms of the Global Pornography Industry by Melinda Tankard Reist & Abigail Bray, (Contributed Chapter-Porn in India) Publisher: Spinifex Press, Australia.
- Prem Nagar by Anne Ostby, Afterword, Publisher: Supernova, India
- Kjærlighetsgata by Anne Ostby, Afterword, Publisher: Schibsted forlag as, Norway
- Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide by Nicholas Kristof and Cheryl WuDunn, Contributed Chapters: Prohibition and Prostitution & The New Abolionists (Pages 54-60). Publisher: Alfred A. Knopf, USA
- India Revisited: Conversations on Continuity and Change by Ramin Jahanbegloo.
- Chapter: Roles of NGOs in People-Oriented Development. Publisher: Oxford University Press.
- Breaking the Earthenware Jar: Lessons from South Asia to End Violence against Women and Girls by Ruth Hayward. Publisher: United Nations, UNICEF Regional Office for South Asia.
Articles (peer reviewed, selected)
- 2011: Gender and Modernity, Volume 621-622, Publisher: Seminar, India
- 2009: On the Move: Migration Challenges in the Indian Ocean Littoral edited by Ellen Laipson and Amit Pandya. Chapter: Human Trafficking in Asia: Trends and Responses. Publisher: The Henry L. Stimson Center.
Op-eds and media articles (selected)
- Aug 18, 2016 “Gaping Holes”, The Telegraph.
- Aug 18, 2016 “Colonial Prejudices Refuse to Go”, The Hindustan Times.
- Aug 10, 2016 “A Law that Allows Child Labour”, The Hindu
- Aug 2, 2016 “Clinton’s nomination marks a welcome shift in gender politics” The Hindustan Times.
- June 18-July 13, 2016- The Bihar Safarnama series, The Telegraph
- Legacy of social justice, hope for change
- The jail that sparked many a story
- English-vinglish: Language & legacy
- The victims of superstition across centuries & oceans
- What India can learn from Bihar
- Dreams Soar Over Poverty
- In cradle of harmony, Insaniyat only religion
- Auto ride powered by a woman's grit
- Why SMART is not always smart for India
- Future driven by glorious past
- Weavers of history apt case for a museum of the living
- Freedom taken for granted in Bapu karmbhoomi
- Spinning the yarn in search of what is right
- Socialist legacy, Orwell & beyond
- Nature's bounty, poverty paradox
- Idyllic setting, a life of ideals
- Face to Face with JP's legacy
- Social battle that empowered a deprived caste with rights
- Nutty success story: makhana's amazing journey
- Sep 16, 2015 “The Enemy Within” Outlook India.
- Nov 18, 2015 “Gender Bender in Bihar” Outlook.
- Dec 10, 2015 “Smart Women” for The Telegraph,
- Dec 22, 2015 Frightening stories of prostitutes in Paris, Daily O
- Dec 23, 2015 “Starve Them, Sell Them, Hang Them: The Destiny of India’s Poor Children” The Wire
- May 1 2016 “Crime and Punishment from Tehran to New York” The Daily O.
- April 23, 2014, Arunachalam Muruganantham, Time
- January 30-March 20, 2014, Notes on a Tour of the Indian Women’s Movement, with Gloria Steinem , New York Times
- From New Delhi
- In Jaipur New Feminists Are Born,
- A Constant Battle Against the Sale of Bodies in Bihar,
- “In Kolkata, Reminders of Why We Help the ‘Last Girl’,
- Kerala-A Temporary End to a Tour of the Indian Women’s Movement,
- January 9, 2014 “The silence has been broken, An open letter to Indian women, a year after December 16,2012”, The Indian Express
- December 23 2013: “A Tale of Two Citizens”, The Hindu.
- November 25, 2013, “Damascus Diary” Outlook.
- September 19, 2013 “Delhi Rape Trial Over, Not Questions on Cops”, The Telegraph.
- September 09, 2013: “Our Very Presence in Public Places Angers Men”, Outlook India.
- September 3, 2013 “No Change in culture of rape as law remains on paper”, The Telegraph
- August 28 2013: “Victims Blamed in India’s Rape Culture”, CNN.com
- June 22 2013: “A Bulwark for Unwed Mothers”, The Hindu.
- May 7 2013 “Survivors of Prostitution Changed the Law in India”, Huffington Post.
- March 26, 2013 “This is not about revenge” The Hindustan Times
- March 26, 2013: “This Is Not About Revenge”, Hindustan Times
- March 22 2013: “The Unnoticed Rapes, Low-Caste Women Forced into Prostitution!”, Youth Ki Awaaz.
- February 13 2013 “Punish Trafficker, Safeguard Prostitute”, The Telegraph.
- February 1, 2013: “Criminal Justice: Police Reforms Have to Begin with Accountability”, The Caravan.
- January 13 2013: “Challenging India’s Rape Culture”, The Hindu.
- January 8, 2013: “India: Examining the Motivation of Rape”, Open Democracy
- December 21 2011 “Occupy Wall Street: What would Gandhi Say?” The Guardian, UK.
- October 9, 2009, The Failure of Anti-Trafficking Efforts, Wall Street Journal
- June 26, 1998, A former Prime Minister Talks about his debut novel, Asiaweek, CNN
- Feb 14, 1997 “In Gods Hands”, Asiaweek, CNN
- May 24, 1996 Coalitions are Best, Interview with Jyoti Basu, Asiaweek, CNN
- March 1, 1996: Children for Sale, Asiaweek, CNN
- 1993, A Nation’s Shame, Seminar magazine
- 21 Dec 1992-3 Jan 1993: An eyewitness account, Business India
- Oct 18, 1987: Roop Kanwar was not very religious, The Sunday Observer