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Himal Southasian

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Himal Southasian
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Himal Southasian
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Himal Southasian

The invisibility of the princesses

The limitations of Southasia's historical record can be seen in the indifference towards two notable Mughal princesses, Jahanara and Zebunnissa.

| Jul 11, 2008

Women in Pants

The success of Pashto cinema seems to be credited to its largely non-Pashtun subject matter, including women in pants

| Jul 07, 2008

Partition as conflict resolution

Partition didn´t stop in 1947. ´Internal partitions´ have increasingly become the knee-jerk approach to settling what are seen to be ethnic conflicts in the region.

| Jul 01, 2008

Bookshelf

| Jul 01, 2008

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