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The man who lost his goat: Missing Gandhi in Bangladesh

For all intents and purposes, Gandhi has almost no place in modern-day Bangladesh's history.

| Jan 28, 2006

Missing Badshah Khan

The Pakthun Gandhi is not there to preach peace to his people when they need him the most.

| Jan 27, 2006

Buddha, Gandhi and Sarvodaya

When the causes are no more there, fanaticism will cease.

| Jan 26, 2006

Kashmir ka sawaal

Report of the Istanbul media retreat on the question of Kashmir.

| Jan 23, 2006

WTO’s changing architecture

The ‘developing’ and ‘least developed’ countries have evolved a two-pronged approach: to keep fighting for their due rights and tariffs within the WTO; and create various safety nets in the form of bilateral and regional …

| Jan 22, 2006

The atmabodh of Nirmal Verma

India may live or die in its villages but between the villages and the metropolitan global cities lies a vast hinterland of the mofussil world. Nirmal Verma’s life and work is a reminder that our …

| Jan 21, 2006

Waiting for a political tsunami

There is a people's movement for democracy on in the Maldivian atoll.

| Jan 15, 2006

Present law, absent justice

Law is often not a source of justice, but a form of violence that is so absolute in its impact that dissent is not ever a possibility.

| Jan 13, 2006

Latest Articles

The quintessential prey

Care, coexistence and predation in a recent Hindi film on human-animal relations.

The price of immunity

Cost comparisons of COVID-19 vaccines across the region.

Bordered by violence

On borders and maps as concrete sites of state violence.

The caravan of Sanuman

Translated excerpt from Dor Bahadur Bista’s Nepali-language novel ‘Sotala’.