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Primacy and absence of climate change

 On competing political imaginaries and the need for a deeper interrogation of climate change narratives in Bangladesh. 

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Notes from a ‘hybrid regime’

Reflections on authoritarianism in today's Pakistan.

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The decline of parliament

Under the BJP's rule, India's legislature is gradually ceasing to be a place for debate.

| Nov 04, 2021

The road to Khajuraho

The origins of erotica in the Subcontinent's religious art.

| Mar 12, 2021

The frontier economy

Corruption and inequality have remained key features of Myanmar’s post-democratic political economy.

| Dec 04, 2019

Side effects of living

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At the Indian Coffee House

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| Feb 05, 2019

Lewis-Kuznets meet Gandhi-Ambedkar

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