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· April, 2006

Stories about South Asia from April, 2006

India: Kaavya Tales

Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan fiction

Bangladesh: Understanding Musharraf

Sri Lankan: Who was it?

Nepal: Role of political parties

Nepal: Getting the democracy working

Sri Lanka: Outside Colombo

India: Clearing the customs

India: Poetry and Blogging

Armenia: Talks Break Down

Sri Lanka: Apathy

Nepal: MPs and legal status

Bangladesh: Homeland

Nepal: What it means for South Asia

Pakistan: Blog-o-strikes back

I realize I've been MIA on GV but I shall reveal on the QT that I ODed on FOX TV, as a result my IQ was pronounced DOA by my...

India: Violence against women

India: IT, Blogging and BarCamp

Information Technology and India are spoken in the same breath. Bangalore is often referred to as the Silicon Valley of India, and it was therefore not surprising that two IT...

Nepal: Treading cautiously on democratic grounds

After almost three weeks of protest, King Gyanendra of Nepal has agreed to restore parliament. The King had dissolved the lower house of the Parliament in 2002 because the then...

Nepal Revolution: Victory

The king has accepted the seven party alliance's roadmap.

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