Prashant Jha

Apr 01, 2009

Dec 10, 2008

Gujarat as another country

At a time when a progressive patina is being painted over the rule of Chief Minister Narendra Modi, a reporter visiting Gujarat four years and six months after the pogroms finds a state where Muslims …

Oct 01, 2006

A break in the ridgeline

Despite plenty of false starts, it finally happened: the trading pass of Nathula was reopened after four decades. Congratulations are in order. Let us now have some trade.

Aug 01, 2006

Injury and the Bangladeshi Child

It should have come as no surprise that children die in such large numbers from injury. Fortunately, there is now recognition of the problem and a willingness to do something about it.

Sep 01, 2005

A constitutional order in Thimpu

A country battered by accusations of feudocratic rule and a depopulation exercise sees the release of a draft constitution as an opportunity to build a future as a 'modern' nation-state.

Jul 22, 2005

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