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 …
Himali Dixit | Jul 24, 2005
Nepal's 1990 Constitution, wounded by the royal action of 1 February, must be revived and Parliament restored. The country must be saved from both the constitutional waywardness of a Pakistan and the legislative faint-heartedness of …
Aziz Huq | Jul 22, 2005
Will peace in our times be achieved because methane from Iran is allowed to enter India via Pakistan? Is it as simple as that? It is beginning to look as if it is.
Kanak Mani Dixit | Jul 22, 2005
In order to take advantage of the global trade regime, countries of Southasia must first develop trade between each other.
Posh Raj Pandey | Jul 17, 2005
Escalating conflict in Myanmar, enforced disappearances in Southasia, ‘Witnesses to History’, and more.
Southasiasphere episode 11: Updates and analysis from around the region.
A freewheeling discussion on borders and borderlands in Southasia.
The cultures of fame, shame, and fear in Bollywood’s tryst with mental health.