Even as the Indian middle-class anger against reservations for Other Backward Classes subsides, one voice remains consistent. Is Chandrabhan Prasad opposed to OBC reservations because they do not ‘deserve’ it, or because he wants to …
Shivam Vij | Sep 04, 2006
Southasian governments as a whole are already espousing a forward-looking state policy on welfare. The challenge now is to transform policy into action, while addressing the peculiar regional problem of social exclusion.
Gabriele Köhler | Sep 01, 2006
The emerging Beijing-Islamabad strategic alliance is part of a crosscutting web of relationships along the northern coast of the Arabian Sea, whose complexity is enhanced by Chinese inroads into the Pakistani economy.
Epsita Halder | Sep 01, 2006
Care, coexistence and predation in a recent Hindi film on human-animal relations.
Cost comparisons of COVID-19 vaccines across the region.
On borders and maps as concrete sites of state violence.