The People of Tuticorin versus Sterlite Copper
How the anti-Sterlite struggle is finding strength in numbers.
Pamela Philipose | Jun 29, 2018
False nuclear hope
Bangladesh’s first nuclear power plant is not a good way to meet its energy needs.
M V Ramana and Zia Mian | Aug 14, 2016
Natural Event, Manmade Distaster
The earthquake and the aftermath
Kunda Dixit | Feb 16, 2016
Shelter from the storm
Cyclone preparedness in Bangladesh isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Gawher Nayeem Wahra | Sep 03, 2015
A Himalayan warning
The government has not heeded the lessons from the 2013 Uttarakhand floods.
Himanshu Thakkar | Aug 31, 2015
An art experiment in Gorkha
Prioritising arts education in times of disaster can help people heal.
Niranjan Kunwar | Aug 14, 2015
Disaster Politics – web-exclusive package
The Editors | Aug 14, 2015
Life in a desert
Tharparkar district in Pakistan suffers from a man-made disaster that stems from government apathy.
Sher Ali Khalti | Jul 29, 2015
To another valley
NOTES FROM THE FIELD: Earthquake survivors from the Langtang Valley find shelter at a camp in Kathmandu.
Abhimanyu Pandey | May 11, 2015
Imran Khan’s attempted arrest, UN appeal for Afghanistan aid, a graphic novel on Naga repatriation and more
March - Updates and analysis from around the region
A disappeared Maldivian journalist’s family still waits for closure
Eight years after he vanished, and despite an official report pointing to his abduction and murder, Ahmed Rilwan is yet to be declared dead, and powerful officials allegedly linked to the killers evade justice
Punjab’s battles over Bhagat Singh
Controversies over the anti-colonial revolutionary expose Punjab’s political fissures, with the farmers’ protest movement, Communists, Khalistanis, the AAP and other parties all having staked their own claims
Tehreek-i-Taliban is making its way back in Pakistan
Tehreek-i-Taliban’s resurgence reveals the failure of the Pakistan government’s anti-terror policy and its ambivalent, contradictory relationship with Islamist militant groups