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Himal Southasian

July - August
2005

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2005

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November - December
2005

Himal Southasian

The nearly secret Maobadi War

Red radicals of Bangladesh have been at it for five decades, but more than a law and order issue their presence points to a systemic failure of the state.

| Jul 25, 2005

Who killed Siva?

Political disquiet and the fervour of revolution in Sri Lanka

| Jul 25, 2005

Air travel takes flight

Southasia is becoming smaller as more people fly to more destinations, within the region's countries and across their borders. As people-to-people contact increases in volume and variety, the region is being realised in new and …

| Jul 24, 2005

A constitutional order in Thimpu

A country battered by accusations of feudocratic rule and a depopulation exercise sees the release of a draft constitution as an opportunity to build a future as a 'modern' nation-state.

| Jul 22, 2005

E par Bangla, 0 par Bangla, no thank you

If media is to help Bangladesh and India understand each other, then media on either side should first begin to understand Bangladesh and India.

| Jul 19, 2005

Caged Regionalism – The disappointment of SAFTA and BIMSTEC

In order to take advantage of the global trade regime, countries of Southasia must first develop trade between each other.

| Jul 17, 2005

The re-writer of History

Indians, and some Pakistanis, rave about a piece of pure fiction, willing to believe it as fact.

| Jul 14, 2005

Naipaul’s Naxalites

The Nobel laureate rails against failed revolutionaries in India and then, perhaps in the interest of fairness, strikes a few blows at England's working class.

| Jul 12, 2005

Latest Articles

A Family Outing

Shortlisted in the Himal Short Story Competition 2019.

Dear Swara Bhaskar

Shortlisted in the Himal Short Story Competition 2019.

A test for Maldivian democracy

A co-author of the critical Maldivian Democracy Network report reflects on the forced closure of the organisation.

Death and education at a film festival

Film Southasia 2019 provided a glimpse of what Southasia is thinking, feeling, and creating.