Holy cows and the chained watchdog
Suhas Chakma | Feb 15, 2004
Farms and jobs: Not much to feel good about
Hunger has emerged as robustly sustainable in the Southasian heartland.
Devinder Sharma | Feb 15, 2004
Voices yearning for peace
Even sceptics concede that the current climate of peace between Islamabad and New Delhi must be nurtured. Who knows, peace may arrive from the most unexpected sources.
Beena Sarwar | Feb 15, 2004
EPW and the Thinking Indian
A magazine that represents an emphatic triumph of content over form has just lost an editor.
Ramachandra Guha | Feb 14, 2004
The SAFTA mirage
Abid Quaiyum Suleri and Bhaskar Sharma | Feb 13, 2004
How about your backyard?
The problem of waste is not north-south, but between the powerful and powerless everywhere.
Lila Rajiva | Feb 13, 2004
Iconoclasm: Not a Muslim Monopoly
Both Hindu and Muslim conquerors destroyed temples of their opponents as acts of political vendetta.
Yoginder Sikand | Feb 13, 2004
PTV and Mr Khan
The Editors | Feb 10, 2004
The rice and roti routine
C K Lal | Feb 01, 2004
FOREIGN FRIENDS AND THE ISLANDERS
Jehan Perera | Feb 01, 2004
Nukes, sovereignty, and empire
Aasim Sajjad Akhtar | Feb 01, 2004
The Madrassa and the State of Pakistan
The madrassas of Pakistan are said to be the breeding ground for much of South and Central Asian militancy, but for the accusations made there is precious little known about these Islamic seminaries and their …
Tariq Rahman | Feb 01, 2004
Syed Ali Mujtaba | Feb 01, 2004
In Mizoram, a refugee crisis highlights Mizo tribal affinities and hostility
Shared Zo identity has Mizos extending hospitality to Chin and Kuki-Chin refugees from Myanmar and Bangladesh. More remarkable is that Chakmas, mistreated by the Mizo majority in Mizoram, have welcomed Kuki-Chin refugees too
The political fallout of violence in Manipur, Bangladesh’s economic crisis, the crackdown on PTI supporters and more
May - Updates and analysis from around the region
In ‘Agra’, a grim portrait of the repressed Indian man
Director Kanu Behl’s Hindi feature film examines the sexual obsession and frustration of men, mental health and the transactional nature of human relationships in a patriarchal society where space is in short supply
When neoliberalism came to the Indian farm
With a focus on agricultural policy since the 1990s, 'Distress in the Fields' demonstrates how neoliberal interventions sowed the seeds of the crisis faced by farmers today