Stories about South Asia from February, 2008
groundviews on the fate of refugees who leave Sri Lanka and flee to India.
Addafication from Bangladesh on the issue of likability in the US elections.
Indian Muslims Blog on the shrine of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi.
Route 79 ponders on the point of blogging, and reproduces a wonderful letter from a person who lived in the same area of London who shares his memories.
A Voice in Colombo on the market for NGOs working on human rights issues in Sri Lanka.
Tamilnet.tv on fake profiles of LTTE members on Facebook, and the LTTE's threats to those violate the diktat.
Lahore Nama on the skewed urban development agenda in Pakistan.
Pak Tea House takes a closer look at Jinnah and history – to serve as a lesson for contemporary parliamentarians in Pakistan.
Chapati Mystery on the idea of “decline scenario” in interpreting history – implying that South Asia was already in decline before colonization.
Blowin’ In The Wind on the performance of Clinton and Obama at the debate in Cleveland.
Deane's Dimension on reforms in the higher education system in Sri Lanka.
Me & Me Blog from Sri Lanka on why marriage is an outdated concept.
Blogdai smells a rat as the Madhesi agitation increases with the announcement of elections in Nepal.
The situation in Kosovo could have some lessons for Sri Lanka. More at Transcurrents.com.
The Culture and Politics of Tamil Cinema on how actresses in Tamil film industry are subject to the male gaze off screen.
Law and Other Things on the survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy in India using a Gandhian method to demand justice.
Indian Muslims Blog on the distortion of historical figures to benefit extremist opinions.
Pakistan's act of blocking access to YouTube may have had consequences far deeper than initially planned says iFaqeer.
Sepia Mutiny on the future of US's foreign policy in South Asia.
A range of gender issues at Mumbai Girl – from changing names once married to the idea of skimpy clothes being provocative.
Bahas on the idea of the Madhesi identity and autonomy in Nepal.