By Divya AryaBBC Hindi, Delhi, May 8,2013
What does a top woman journalist do when she is threatened regularly with gang rape and stripping on Twitter?
And what about when her teenage daughter’s name and details of her class and school are tweeted too?
“It was very disturbing. I didn’t know what to do. So for a few days I had her picked up and dropped off to school in our car and not via public transport, because I was really scared,” says Sagarika Ghose, a well-known face of Indian television news, who anchors prime-time bulletins on CNN-IBN and writes for a leading newspaper.
On Twitter, she has more than 177,000 followers.
“Targeting me for my journalism is fine. But when it is sexist and foul-mouthed abuse which insults my gender identity I get incredibly angry. In the beginning I…
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