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Suppose you are called as the Chief Guest in an educational institution to address a gathering of youth on the issue of ‘cultural transition in India’. You confine your lecture mainly around one of the most apparent pointers of cultural transition taking place in the country, i.e. changing man-woman relationship with the latter being more open, forthcoming and assimilating. But the transition is marred by many sour and ugly events leading to sexual exploitation, honour killings and subjugation and defiance by male dominated office environment. After the lecture there is a question answer session. Answer the following questions that students and teachers posed in front of you: (a) Are women outrageous in their liberty with regard to dressing up, breaking the silence and asking their share in decision making? (b) What should be the “limits of openness” for women in a culturally transitioning India in an era of globalisation? (c) Is the institution of family responsible for the aberrant behavior of their male children regarding man-woman relationship? (d) What will you do as a Civil Servant to change the attitude of society with respect to women?