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The neglected case of the fallen womb

Hundreds of thousands of women in Nepal live with a prolapsed uterus and nobody cares.

| Apr 01, 2003

An Rx for heath care in Nepal

Nepal need not adopt rich-country health policies that do not even work in rich countries, says a doctor with a decade's experience in Nepal.

| Apr 01, 2003

Caste on the couch

Do brahminical ideologies permeate Indian psychological theory?

| Apr 01, 2003

Poisoned people

Even as South Asia's people remain victims of traditional illnesses, they fall prey to modern ailments caused by environmental stress.

| Apr 01, 2003

Scared and hungry in the air

Travellers thrombosis and bad films are some of the terrors that await the flyer who departs Dhaka for London.

| Apr 01, 2003

How Burma adds up

A statistical comparison of Burma and its neighbours.

| Apr 01, 2003

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How Southasia and Oman intertwined

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