Shards of memory
By Freny Manecksha, 15 Oct 2018
The harsh light of Kashmir reflected in new fiction
Shahidul Alam: Lessons in unlearning
By Alisha Sett, 12 Oct 2018
The eye that challenged the status quo.
In the embrace of letting go
By Topden Tsering, 11 Oct 2018
A Tibetan writer’s personal essay on a death in the family.
Killed by contract
By Noah Coburn, 08 Oct 2018
American wars, Nepali bodies and the price of the war economy.
Afghanistan’s election dilemma
By Thomas Ruttig, 04 Oct 2018
Afghanistan is under-prepared for robust elections, but postponement could cause further instability.
Bhutan elections explained
By The Editors, 03 Oct 2018
What you need to know about Bhutan’s parliamentary elections being held on 18 October.
Himal Interviews: Reetika Khera on Supreme Court verdict on Aadhaar
By The Editors, 01 Oct 2018
Keeping the death penalty alive
By Dinushika Dissanayake, 28 Sep 2018
Sri Lanka declares it will resume executions for drug traffickers.
Through the looking glass
By Chhetria Patrakar, 26 Sep 2018
Can international media cover the Maldives without invoking China or India?
Net nanny meets muscular law
By Laxmi Murthy, 26 Sep 2018
India’s new human-trafficking bill could criminalise sex workers and curtail free speech.