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Show and tell

The graphic novel in India.

| May 22, 2011

With an eye on the footpath

Without the colonial baggage, publishing in Nepal remains dominated by the vernacular.

| May 22, 2011

With scholarship and enterprise

Pakistan's production of books is tied to educational publishing, but the future beckons.

| May 22, 2011

Diamond-cutter!

Who are editors, and what are they good for?

| May 22, 2011

Tracking the boom

English-language publishing in India has come of age.

| May 22, 2011

When markets commission

Even as numerous infrastructural challenges remain to be surmounted, India's already booming books industry looks poised to cross new frontiers.

| May 22, 2011

Five centuries of print

The book in India, old and new.

| May 22, 2011

From Ansari Road

A journey through English-language publishing in India.

| May 22, 2011

These songs do not die

Could a region as varied as Southasia expect anything other than today's dizzying cornucopia of literary creations?

| May 01, 2011

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