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States of denial: AIDS and South Asia

Each of South Asia's national governments has approached the spiralling AIDS crisis with its own unique blend of belated actions, hamstrung policies, and official denials. The window for containing the disease's spread is quickly closing, …

| Mar 26, 2003

Uprooted in the Northeast

The imbalance of rights, ethnic claims and histories of dispossession.

| Mar 01, 2003

The dark white shroud

The fog over the populated plains of northern South Asia is thicker and lasts longer than in earlier decades but few are bothered to locate the cause behind this distressing trend. Meanwhile, hundreds of millions …

| Mar 01, 2003

Nothing free or fair about it

A complicated and veiled system of tariffs allows Western countries to protect their tiny farming populations while millions of farmers in developing countries are swamped under a tide of cheap imports. Such systemic hypocrisy in …

| Mar 01, 2003

Many folds of the faith

South Asian Islam's varied and multiple forms.

| Mar 01, 2003

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