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· May, 2009

Stories about South Asia from May, 2009

Cyclone Aila, Another Blow to Bangladesh

Internet in North Korea, Nokia's Ovi Store, Google Wave and Tech Happenings

Tech events were happening in Thailand, Vietnam and Japan. North Korea got mobile internet and Google released a new product. We have reviews, analysis and links from bloggers in Asia...

Pakistan: Bloggers On Swat Relief Drive

Pakistan: Bomb Blasts In Peshawar

Bangladesh: Extra Judicial Killing

Bangladesh: Waiting For The Community Radio Boom

UN Human Rights Council Backs Sri Lankan Government

Sri Lanka: Prabhakaran's DNA Matches With Son

India: Perspectives on Growing up in India

Thanks to the Adobe Youth Voices program, young people in different parts of the world are having the opportunity to experiment with audiovisual equipment and tell their stories from their...

Bangladesh, India: No To Tipaimukh Dam

The Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project is being constructed near the confluence of Barak and Tuivai rivers, in Manipur, India and within 100km of Bangladesh border. The project will submerge a huge...

India: The Kuri System

Sri Lanka: Equality, Justice And Democracy

Pakistan: Another Suicide Attack In Lahore

Bangladesh: Cyclone Aila Relief Efforts

Maldives: Controversy Regarding Presidential Arrest Warrant

India: Violence In Gurudwara

Sri Lanka: Trivias About Some Well Known Bloggers

Pakistan: Naming Practice

Pakistan: Healing The Wounds Of The Past

Nepal: India's Role In Recent Changes In Politics

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