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The feminist and the sex worker

Despite decades of tension between feminists and sex workers, it is finally becoming clear that the former has much to learn from the latter.

| Aug 15, 2010

Minor offence

Starting in mid-June, police sources state that as many as 300 boys have been picked up from different parts of Srinagar for stone-pelting.

| Aug 01, 2010

New Liberation War

With the trial of those suspected of war crimes likely to begin soon in Bangladesh, closure for what took place four decades ago might finally be possible. But the opposition is determined to stop the …

| Aug 01, 2010

Conferences, calendars and caveats

The much-hyped Kabul Conference saw the international community able to successfully gather in Afghanistan — and then leave.

| Aug 01, 2010

Painting the Madonna brown

The groundbreaking artistic work of Angelo da Fonseca is almost forgotten.

| Aug 01, 2010

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