Articles by Kanak Mani Dixit
The reformatting of India
The India that emerged from the Constitution of 1950 does not do justice to the shared history of the Subcontinent, or the genius of its own citizens
Kathmandu and the Reality of Bollywood
The popularity of Hindi films in Kathmandu is such that, while awaiting the rise of ‘national cinema’, there is a need to adjust philosophically to the presence of Bollywood
Lady liberty and the ethnic cauldron
As the applause for her singular democratic struggle subsides, Aung San Suu Kyi will have to tackle the challenge of defining a viable nation-state while responding to the multiple assertions of identity and autonomy within Burma.
The Pentagon’s Southasia
A new web portal run by the US military could herald an interventionist rather than home-grown regionalism.
Right to Information: Seeping to the capillaries
Aruna Roy interviewed by Kanak Mani Dixit.