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What Southasia read in 2022

Book recommendations from a year of reading by Southasian writers, poets, translators and journalists

| Jan 06, 2023

COVID-19 travel bubbles, vaccine procurement, Churails, and more

Southasiasphere episode 07: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| May 14, 2021

Getting the jab done

A crossborder discussion on COVID-19 vaccinations in Southasia.

| May 07, 2021

Tracking Southasia’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout

How have COVID-19 vaccinations progressed in the region?

| Mar 09, 2021

The season of discontent

How has COVID-19 impacted civic mobilisation and organising in Southasia?

| Dec 23, 2020

In sickness and in health

How border regions can be central to building a post-pandemic Southasia.

| Dec 21, 2020

Love in the time of lockdown

How Pakistani women continue to challenge patriarchal norms.

| Dec 18, 2020

Beyond the boundary

When a pandemic takes grip, even cricket knows when to stop buying its own hype.

| Dec 16, 2020

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

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