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Sri Lanka Under the Microscope
August 26, 2013
Sri Lanka Under the Microscope
The international community has been pushing for progress on human rights in Sri Lanka. Time may be running out.
Sri Lanka Under the Microscope
Is There Hope for Indian Women?
August 26, 2013
Is There Hope for Indian Women?
The recent gang-rape in Mumbai underscores just how far India has to go in its treatment of women.
Is There Hope for Indian Women?
Pervez Musharraf Trial: A Gimmick Masked in Legalese?
August 26, 2013
Pervez Musharraf Trial: A Gimmick Masked in Legalese?
The trial of the former president and Army chief is unlikely to be the turning point many Pakistanis seek.
Pervez Musharraf Trial: A Gimmick Masked in Legalese?
Photojournalist Gang-Raped in Mumbai
August 24, 2013
Photojournalist Gang-Raped in Mumbai
Latest attack draws comparison to the Delhi gang-rape that drew international outrage.
Photojournalist Gang-Raped in Mumbai
Is Gwadar Worth the Theatrics?
August 22, 2013
Is Gwadar Worth the Theatrics?
India worries about the port’s military potential. But the risk is overblown.
Is Gwadar Worth the Theatrics?
Bangladesh: “Religion in Our Hearts and Secularism on Our Sleeves
August 21, 2013
Bangladesh: “Religion in Our Hearts and Secularism on Our Sleeves"
Bangladesh displays a rare balance between secularism and religion.
Bangladesh: “Religion in Our Hearts and Secularism on Our Sleeves"
Indian Anti-Superstition Activist Narendra Dabholkar Killed in Pune
August 21, 2013
Indian Anti-Superstition Activist Narendra Dabholkar Killed in Pune
A campaigner against black magic in Maharashtra has been shot dead.
Indian Anti-Superstition Activist Narendra Dabholkar Killed in Pune
The Bleak Lives of Pakistan’s Internally Displaced
August 16, 2013
The Bleak Lives of Pakistan’s Internally Displaced
Pakistan’s internally displaced community is growing, yet they are being increasingly neglected.
The Bleak Lives of Pakistan’s Internally Displaced
Politics Clouds Progress on India-Pakistan Tensions
August 16, 2013
Politics Clouds Progress on India-Pakistan Tensions
As tensions mar the anniversary of statehood this week, some see political opportunity.
Politics Clouds Progress on India-Pakistan Tensions
Can India’s Agriculture Sector be Saved?
August 15, 2013
Can India’s Agriculture Sector be Saved?
Venture capitalist Mark Kahn shares some thoughts on how to fix India’s struggling agricultural sector.
Can India’s Agriculture Sector be Saved?
Mumbai Submarine Explosion Clouds India’s Naval Progress
August 15, 2013
Mumbai Submarine Explosion Clouds India’s Naval Progress
Just as New Delhi unveils the extent of its naval ambitions, a submarine has exploded in Mumbai.
Mumbai Submarine Explosion Clouds India’s Naval Progress
The Fight to End Acid Attacks in India
August 13, 2013
The Fight to End Acid Attacks in India
Acid attack victims and their families continue to suffer in India. More must be done to prevent the heinous act.
The Fight to End Acid Attacks in India
No Meritocracy: Bangladesh’s Civil Service
August 12, 2013
No Meritocracy: Bangladesh’s Civil Service
A controversial quota system and the whiff of corruption is undermining the nation’s bureaucracy.
No Meritocracy: Bangladesh’s Civil Service
India-Pakistan Independence Day: Give Peace a Chance
August 12, 2013
India-Pakistan Independence Day: Give Peace a Chance
On the eve of Independence Day in Pakistan and India, the need to try peace is stronger than ever.
India-Pakistan Independence Day: Give Peace a Chance
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
August 08, 2013
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
The recent jailbreak in Dera Islamil Khan was remarkably successful. More could follow.
Pakistan Jailbreaks: Peshawar Next?
The Burka Becomes Her
August 07, 2013
The Burka Becomes Her
Is the Burka Avenger a new role model for Pakistani girls?
The Burka Becomes Her
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