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Nepal’s two wars

There is strategic stalemate and no possibility of military victory for either side in Nepal’s domestic conflict, but only the Maoists have publicly acknowledged that they accept this reality.

| Mar 27, 2006

Affirmative action for a shared India

Positive discrimination in government jobs and in education has helped the Dalit progress, despite continuing discrimination elsewhere. But when will leaders of Indian industry understand that the empowered Dalit means an economy that is vibrant?

| Mar 26, 2006

Cold feet in the atoll

Even if the Maldives’ president has had second thoughts about democratic reforms, the country’s people have not.

| Mar 25, 2006

The ambivalence about Gandhi

Southasia's difficulties with Gandhi's legacy

| Mar 24, 2006

Hindi cinema, Indian cinema

Will Bollywood's globalising success smother Indian cinema as a whole? It will unless we get wise to the power and potential of regional-language film

| Mar 24, 2006

A quick jab

Bangladesh's renowned vaccination programme turns its focus to measles, and provides an example for the rest of Southasia.

| Mar 24, 2006

In the name of security

AFSPA, PTA, TADO, ATA: how security laws categorise citizens in India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

| Mar 23, 2006

Remittance Economy

Nepal's evolution towards accepting and incorporating the labour of its overseas workers

| Mar 20, 2006

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