travel

Dust to dust in Goa

How mining in Goa has destroyed the environment and community life.

| Dec 09, 2015

The Recce Team

NOTES FROM THE FIELD: How an independent team of volunteers travels to earthquake-affected sites.

| May 05, 2015

Dispatches from a foreign correspondent in crisis

Pallavi Aiyar’s Punjabi Parmesan is an ambitious and, at times, exasperating account of contemporary Europe.

| Jun 16, 2014

Driving across the land of pagodas

An account of the 2012 Indo-Myanmar Friendship Car Rally

| Apr 05, 2013

The Southasian traveller

Expanding our travel horizons, both within and beyond the region

| Jan 15, 2013

Trips & journeys

So many places to see, so many people to meet.

| Oct 11, 2011

By steam!

Riding the rails with a beast of old.

| Oct 01, 2011

Silence in the places of men

Chasing what keeps people quiet.

| Oct 01, 2011

Toddlers and all

When neighbours disapprove of a travel destination — that's where to take the family.

| Oct 01, 2011

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Notes from a ‘hybrid regime’

Reflections on authoritarianism in today's Pakistan.

The global branding of caste

Isabel Wilkerson’s recent book fails to unpack caste, but hints at potential for new solidarities.

Swear not by the moon

The contentious politics of lunar sighting in Pakistan.

The storyteller of Kovilpatti

On Ki Rajanarayanan, the father of Karisal literature.