health

Letter from Karachi: For a place in the shade

Shade is increasingly becoming a luxury in Karachi's public spaces.

| May 17, 2019

Ruptured continuity

Will the new NLD government move forward with neoliberalism at the cost of a welfare state?

Living with AIDS in Pakistan

It’s time to tackle the fear AIDS engenders.

| May 04, 2016

Doctor’s appointment

How one doctor’s hunger strike sparked medical education reform in Nepal

| Apr 12, 2016

The silent superbug

Totally drug resistant TB is the lethal superbug that could haunt India’s future.

Outpatient ward

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: A family that lost their house in the earthquake finds home in a hospital.

| May 04, 2015

Unhealthy reporting

Health journalism remains captive to commercial interests and government policy.

| Jun 22, 2014

Polio’s final inch

India stands on the brink of making medical history, showing that polio can be eradicated from the region.

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Style and the city

Two writers explore the politics of fashion in Bombay and Delhi.

Southasiasphere: Issue #6

Digital divide in online classes, long-term impact of Cyclone Amphan, and more.

Karunanidhi and the long shadow of Sri lanka

Between Dravidian politics of Tamil Nadu and Sri Lanka's Tamil nationalism.

The fight for the commons

Who has the power to secure and legislate public spaces in cities?