A naked Indian woman on the cover of the New York Times
The cover story of The New York Time on Monday has a naked Indian on the front cover, a photo of her smiling in the background and a story about a naked woman from India’s first industrial revolution.
The article titled India’s First Industrial Revolution was titled India has a Naked Woman on the Cover of The Times article.
The woman is wearing a dress, a scarf, a headscarf and a long coat.
The Times said it was “the first time a naked female figure was featured in a major American newspaper”.
The Times article also features the cover photo of a naked man on the back cover, which features an image of a young woman in a dress and a head covering.
“A New York man, who asked not to be identified, told The Times that the photo was his idea and that he had seen it in a newspaper about India’s early industrial revolution,” the article said.
“I was shocked when I saw the image of the naked woman on New York’s cover, so I took a closer look and saw that it was actually my wife.”
It was the first time that a naked person had been featured on a major US newspaper, according to the Times, which is a major contributor to the New Delhi government.
It said it had been taken down from the newspaper’s website, which was updated with the article, but had been archived on the Times website.
According to the newspaper, the photo had been shared more than 4,000 times on social media and was seen by about 100,000 people in the US and India.
While India has had an unshakable commitment to equality since its independence, its progress in women’s rights has come at a cost.
In a country where women have traditionally been a lesser economic stakeholder than men, the inclusion of a woman on a mainstream American publication, let alone a top international paper, is a rare move.
But it is a bold move that many Indians have been waiting for.
First Published: Jul 23, 2018 21:30:33