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· May, 2011

Stories about South Asia from May, 2011

India: Missing Children, Trafficking And Growth Of Child Slavery

Bhutan: Perspectives From The Villages

Nepal: The Difference The Maoists Have Made

Pakistan: Journalist Disappeared

India: Media Biased About Elite And Middle Class

India: New Internet Rules – Unregulated Power To The Government

Nepal: So Rich And Yet So Poor

Nepal: Constituent Assembly Term Extended For Three Months

Bangladesh: Options Left For Dr. Yunus

Pakistan: TEDx Karachi Inspires Pakistanis

The second TEDx Karachi event took place on the 27 May, 2011, and it included speakers like Mukhtaran Mai, Raja Sabri Khan, Fasi Zaka and Imran Khan. Pakistani netizens share...

Bangladesh: Wi-Fi And Digital Campus

Sri Lanka: The Best Twitter Feeds

India: Malayalam Bloggers Campaign For Soumya

Kerala was rife with outrage, when 23 year old woman Soumya was thrown out from a moving passenger train, raped and brutally murdered. With the public losing the trust in...

Bhutan: Facebook Poll Suggesting Discussion Topic In National Assembly

Nepal: Codes Of Ethics For Bloggers

Maldives: Failing Democracy

World Economy: Women Weigh in on Poverty, Work and Debt

The International Museum of Women's online exhibit on women and the economy, features slideshows, podcasts, videos and essays on women from countries such as Sudan, Denmark, Philippines, USA, Costa Rica,...

India: The Death Of a Terrorist

Pakistan: Imran Khan's Sit In Protest

Pakistan: Is It America’s War Really?

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