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· June, 2007

Stories about South Asia from June, 2007

Bhutan: Who's happy here?

Sri Lanka: Pavement For Pedestrians

Pakistan: Enroute to Attock Fort

Bangladesh: Rediscovering cultural roots, facing challenges and acknowledging successes

“How effectively a society is able to cope with the challenges it faces depend largely on its culture.” Shahzaman Mazumder tries to find the cultural roots of Bangladesh and provides...

Bangladesh: Changing Lives

India: Forces in Kashmir

Pakistan: Hospitals and Profit

Nepal: Refugees in Austria

India: Why women don't make the cut in Politics

India: Not her for President

Pakistan: Education for All

Nepal: Trafficking and Sex Slavery

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Polls

Morocco: Telecoms, The Blogging Grand Prix, and Reactions to Salman Rushdie's Knighthood

Blogging has indeed become a popular Moroccan pastime, with new blogs cropping up every day. (fr), a self-described magazine of blogging, reports on the first Grand Prix des Blogs:”...

India: A Tamil Film in Malaysia and a Riot

Nepal: Sovereignty and the throne

Sri Lanka: Cycles of a Wartime Blogosphere

Nepal: Women and Empowerment

Brazilian and Indian Doha Round Solidarity: Is it a reason for blame or a call for leadership?

A blame game seemed to start as soon as Brazil's Foreign Minister Celso Amorim and Indian Commerce Minister Kamal Nath walked out of the G4 talks with their counterparts from...

Pakistan: Islam and Salman Rushdie

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