lockdown

A brief history of moments indoors

Marginal notes on a collaborative journal of lockdown.

| Dec 12, 2020

On the periphery

India’s sex workers were vulnerable even before the pandemic.

| Dec 09, 2020

From pleasure to protest

On how food helps us connect, exhibit power and protest.

| Dec 07, 2020

Southasia’s postponed emergency

COVID-19 threatens to strip the region’s health systems bare.

| Jul 03, 2020

Southasiasphere: Issue #5

Nepal-India border dispute, lockdown relaxations in Southasia, and more.

| May 15, 2020

Notes across borders

Personal reflections from Southasia under lockdown.

| Apr 08, 2020

Silent squares

Kathmandu’s streets lie empty as Nepal goes into lockdown.

| Apr 07, 2020

Quiet and on the edge

A first-time visitor’s observations of present-day Kashmir.

| Sep 27, 2019

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