Quelled voices and amplified silences
By Preeti Raghunath, 24 Mar 2017
Proponents of community radio have had varying experiences in different parts of Southasia and continue to carve out space for this media.
By Weena Pun, 23 Mar 2017
Risks and opportunities for women migrant labourers from Nepal.
Nationality, Identity, and Art
By Francesca Recchia, 20 Mar 2017
In conversation with Afghan-American artist Aman Mojadidi.
Cinema and the melodrama of nationalism
By Lotte Hoek, 15 Mar 2017
Understanding the recent furore over Hindi cinema in Bangladesh.
The reformatting of India
By Kanak Mani Dixit, 13 Mar 2017
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
By Prashanta Tripura, 07 Mar 2017
The official position against indigeneity undermines Bangladesh’s ‘adibashi’ minorities.
By Mitu Varma, 28 Feb 2017
A recent book explores the systemic rot that holds India to ransom.
Gujarat after two years of ‘normalcy’
By Satish Deshpande, 27 Feb 2017
A 2004 critique of the Gujarat carnage remains disturbingly relevant to the reality of the state today
Where will all the young queers go?
By Danny Coyle, 23 Feb 2017
Despite legal reforms, Nepal’s societal mores continue to constrain daily lives and freedoms of sexual and gender minorities.
The woman who pretended to be who she was (online)
By Lawrence Liang, 21 Feb 2017
As the internet changes, it challenges us to ask who we really are both online and offline
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