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December
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March
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Himal Southasian

White-lipped, blue-collared and invisible

Privatisation in Pakistan and the erosion of a once-strong workers’ movement.

Labour’s lost agency

Tracing the historical trajectory of worker mobilisation in Sri Lanka to understand its shortcomings in the present.

| Mar 30, 2015

Women in labour

What are the implications of the rise in commercial surrogacy in India?

| Mar 30, 2015

Last resort

Thousands of migrant workers lured to the Maldives are at risk of becoming prisoners in someone else's paradise.

| Mar 30, 2015

Maruti strikes

Jailed Maruti Suzuki workers continue to fight for bail.

| Mar 27, 2015

The ghosts of Harlem past

The history of Southasians in America is richer than the discourse suggests.

| Mar 16, 2015

Domestic flights

Risks and opportunities for women migrant labourers from Nepal.

| Mar 15, 2015

The stolen good

FICTION

| Mar 15, 2015

Piece by piece

The dark underbelly of India’s garment industry.

| Mar 15, 2015

Visions of solidarity

A critical examination of literature that points to the possibilities of social and political change.

| Mar 15, 2015

Hunger for Tibet

The latest book on Tibet’s environmental degradation shows how any attempt to save the plateau’s ecosystem must come from within China.

| Mar 08, 2015

The world’s dumping yard

Delhi has become an informal electronic waste management hub.

| Mar 06, 2015

Orange is for oppression

A day in the life of a Colombo street cleaner.

Moving the city

Recognising the labour of Delhi’s auto drivers.

| Mar 05, 2015

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The state of suspension

The closure of Amnesty India is a rude reminder of the growing antipathy towards political freedoms and dissenting voices in the country.

Sustaining the myth of merit

How technical knowledge became the preserve of a ‘meritorious’ upper-caste elite.

From Bin Qasim to Ertugrul

How the Pakistani state has revived the use of historical drama as a political tool.