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Hating Romila Thapar

Why the Hindutva brigade has set its sights on India's most distinguished historian

| Jun 10, 2003

Flowers and Dust

Irony and brilliance in Tibetan literature.

| Jun 01, 2003

Feeding profits

Eliminating not hunger, but the hungry

| Jun 01, 2003

Who cares?

The Bhutanese refugees have been short-changed

| Jun 01, 2003

Nostalgia, secession and the absurdity of it all

Some reflections on the Indian city

| Jun 01, 2003

Swansong of Unity

Sinhala nationalism in Namo Namo Matha.

| Jun 01, 2003

Girls in the war

A visit to the hill districts of Dailekh, Kalikot and Jumla in west Nepal in February 2003, three weeks after the declaration of the ceasefire between government and Maoist forces, reveals that the much-touted female …

| Jun 01, 2003

The king’s song

The military tune that became the anthem.

| Jun 01, 2003

The wars ‘we’ wage

State-sponsored orientalism in the western press, and the abandonment of journalistic duty in the war in Iraq.

| Jun 01, 2003

Hamro Tenzing Sherpa

Giving the great climber his due as a Nepali.

| Jun 01, 2003

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