No going back
By Aditi Angiras, 22 Jun 2017
India’s first gay memoir shows how guarded gay people have to be, and how terribly isolated this makes them.
By Laxmi Murthy, 19 Jun 2017
On the first feminist science fiction in the Subcontinent.
People of a Southasian past
By himalsouthasian, 10 May 2017
A colonial experiment in ethnographic photography offers a rare glimpse into Southasia’s communities circa the 19th century.
Hunger for Tibet
By Ross Adkin, 08 May 2017
The latest book on Tibet’s environmental degradation shows how any attempt to save the plateau’s ecosystem must come from within China.
Eating on the islands
By Xavier Romero-Frias, 24 Apr 2017
As times have changed, so has the Maldives’ unique cuisine and culture
From Kathmandu to Kent: Nepalis in the UK
By David N Gellner, 21 Apr 2017
Diversity, activism and religion in a new diasporic community.
Jesus in the throat
By Farrukh Dhondy, 19 Apr 2017
(This is a short story from our March 2016 print quarterly, ‘At the Cost of Health’. See more from the issue here.) Bombay, as it used to be called, was the great bustling city where my aunt, uncle and cousins lived ...
In search of welfare
By Kalinga Tudor Silva, 17 Apr 2017
In Sri Lanka, disasters and welfare policy shape each other.
Journeys of a digital immigrant
By Nalaka Gunawardene, 14 Apr 2017
A personal account of how technology is changing the life and work of a journalist, and of the Lankan media.
By Aniruddha Bonnerjee and Gabriel Koehler, 12 Apr 2017
Will the new NLD government move forward with neo-liberalism at the cost of a welfare state?
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