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India and Bangladesh Brace for Strong Cyclone
May 19, 2020

India and Bangladesh Brace for Strong Cyclone

By Associated Press
The cyclone, with expected wind speeds in the 220-230 kilometers per hour range, is expected to make landfall on Wednesday.
How Will COVID-19 Impact the BJP’s Electoral Chances?
May 19, 2020

How Will COVID-19 Impact the BJP’s Electoral Chances?

By Aditi Dayal
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the political dynamics in India -- how much will it matter?

Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India
May 19, 2020

Distance Learning During the COVID-19 Lockdown in India

By Vishal Arora
An Indian tutor teaches from her balcony with kids sitting a floor below

Ashok Swain on Tensions in India-Nepal Relations
May 19, 2020

Ashok Swain on Tensions in India-Nepal Relations

By StoriesAsia
Ashok Swain speaks on India’s increasingly fraught relationship with Nepal.

Some Traffic Returns to Roads as India Eases Virus Lockdown
May 19, 2020

Some Traffic Returns to Roads as India Eases Virus Lockdown

By Associated Press
A gradual easing in parts of the country has allowed some activity to pick up.
Afghan President and Rival Announce Power-sharing Agreement
May 18, 2020

Afghan President and Rival Announce Power-sharing Agreement

By Associated Press
Two months after Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah each declared themselves president, the rivals have arrived at a deal.

Pakistan Discovers the High Cost of Chinese Investment
May 18, 2020

Pakistan Discovers the High Cost of Chinese Investment

By Hussain Haqqani
A new report sheds light on the true costs of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor for Pakistan.
Union Against Unity: Labor Law Suspension Drives Rift Between India’s Government and Labor Unions
May 18, 2020

Union Against Unity: Labor Law Suspension Drives Rift Between India’s Government and Labor Unions

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Why is India’s ruling party’s own trade union protesting against the government’s policies?

India’s Turn Toward Economic ‘Self-Reliance’
May 16, 2020

India’s Turn Toward Economic ‘Self-Reliance’

By Ankit Panda
What's India's new "self-reliance" talk about?

US On Track to Pull Troops From Afghanistan Despite Turmoil
May 16, 2020

US On Track to Pull Troops From Afghanistan Despite Turmoil

By Associated Press
Plans to push ahead with withdrawal remain unchanged, despite ongoing security challenges.

Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils
May 15, 2020

Post-War Sri Lanka: Fractured and Unjust for Tamils

By Visvajit Sriramrajan
More than a decade after the Mullivaikkal massacre, Tamils remain heavily discriminated against by a state that has yet to reckon with its violent past.
Facebook’s Apology for its Role in Sri Lanka’s Anti-Muslim Riots Should Spark Change
May 15, 2020

Facebook’s Apology for its Role in Sri Lanka’s Anti-Muslim Riots Should Spark Change

By Tasnim Nazeer
Facebook’s failure to remove hate speech and disinformation during the 2018 riots resulted in spurring on the deadly violence.

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