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Dying day by day

Taking stock of mental and social health in Kashmir.

| Nov 01, 2002

Making it happen in Kashmir

Sri Lanka is moving ahead with path-breaking peace talks. At the northern end of South Asia, the relative success of the legislative assembly elections provides New Delhi with an opportunity to revise its long-hardened policy …

| Nov 01, 2002

River ways

Being taken captive with considerable hospitality by would-be émigrés, taking a boat ride up the swollen Ganga delta, and touring Dhaka's richest neighbourhood prove that travel in Bangladesh will be many things, but never a …

| Nov 01, 2002

The Sweet Perfume of Numafung

A feature film from Nepal remains ethnographically sensitive and provides a window to the specificities of the patriarchy that controls rural life in one corner of the country.

| Nov 01, 2002

Development critique: Blight in donor’ed Bangladesh

Donor agencies regularly charge their host governments and bureaucracies of corruption, but what about the lack of accountability of the agencies themselves? In Dhaka, the donor elite is beginning to be taken on.

| Nov 01, 2002

Development critique: From evil state to civil society

Two decades of NGO-led development in Nepal has been accompanied by a steady privatisation of the state's welfare functions and an erosion of community institutions. A retrospective assessment of the impact of NGO activity.

| Nov 01, 2002

‘Holy’ cow and ‘unholy’ dalit

The bovine becomes divine, the cow becomes 'mother', the untouchables get dehumanised.

| Nov 01, 2002

LIBERATION OF THE CHILD DOMESTIC

The closets of millions in middle class South Asia contain a dirty little secret, – the treatment of children who are harnessed to work as domestics. Can we go beyond bemoaning the situation, and do …

| Nov 01, 2002

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