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A Community From India’s Northeast Finds a Home in Israel

A Community From India’s Northeast Finds a Home in Israel

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Around 4,000 people of the Bnei Menashe, one of 10 lost tribes of Israel, have emigrated to Israel.
Bangladeshi Fishers and Farmers at the Frontline of Climate Change

Bangladeshi Fishers and Farmers at the Frontline of Climate Change

By Auvro Alam
In the face of climate change and fossil fuel projects, Bangladeshi fishers and farmers worry that their livelihoods are at great risk.

Indonesia’s Drowning Land

Indonesia’s Drowning Land

By Garry Lotulung
Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.

Kashmir Welcomes Rahul Gandhi and His Bharat Jodo Yatra

Kashmir Welcomes Rahul Gandhi and His Bharat Jodo Yatra

By Numan Bhat and Mehroob Mushtaq
The politician's Unite India March ended on January 30 in Srinagar, where he was welcomed by local politicians.

The Khasis: A Matrilineal Society in India’s Northeast

The Khasis: A Matrilineal Society in India’s Northeast

By Sugato Mukherjee
The Khasi tribe in Meghalaya is one of the last remaining matriarchal societies in the world. 
India Boosts Its Border Infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh

India Boosts Its Border Infrastructure in Arunachal Pradesh

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Roads and bridges as well as "vibrant villages" are being constructed and upgraded to improve overland connectivity to the border with China.

Sri Lanka’s New President Cracks Down on Protests as Challenges Mount

Sri Lanka’s New President Cracks Down on Protests as Challenges Mount

By Luke Hunt
Ranil Wickremesinghe's use of troops to dismantle protest camps in Colombo sends out a chilling message.
Rohingya Refugee Children Face Uncertainty in India

Rohingya Refugee Children Face Uncertainty in India

By Mehran Firdous
In refugee camps in Jammu, children avoid going out to study or play as they fear being attacked by right-wing groups or detained by police.

Protests Erupt Against BJP Government’s ‘Bulldozer Politics’

Protests Erupt Against BJP Government’s ‘Bulldozer Politics’

By Uzair Usmani
The homes of Muslims are being reduced to rubble to punish them for protesting against government actions targeting members of the community.

Meghalaya’s Living Root Bridges are Headed for Global Recognition

Meghalaya’s Living Root Bridges are Headed for Global Recognition

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
The bridges have been included in UNESCO’s tentative list of World Heritage Sites.

Laos Unlocked

Laos Unlocked

By Nicholas Bosoni
A trip on the maiden journey of the $5.9 billion Laos-China Railway.
On the Eve of Reopening, Thai Protesters Take to the Streets Again

On the Eve of Reopening, Thai Protesters Take to the Streets Again

By Cory Wright
Protesters’ demands remain the same: a constitutional overhaul, new elections and a reform of the monarchy.

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