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· June, 2011

Stories about South Asia from June, 2011

India: The Future of Wikipedia

Wikipedia celebrated its tenth anniversary this year, and almost 100 cities and towns in India registered to host celebrations, the highest number of any country. This year the Wikimedia Foundation...

Bangladesh: Exploring The Architecture Of Mud Houses

India: Innocents Being Killed By BSF

India: Shooting The Messenger?

Bhutan: Are Reality Shows Real?

India: Unique ID System To Verify Twitter And Facebook Accounts

India: Mumbai In Monochrome

Sri Lanka: China Investing In Land

Sri Lanka: Candle Light Vigil For Tamil War Victims

India: Predicting Indo-Pak Talks

Bhutan: Charity Ride Of A Motorcycle Club

India: Feed A Kid Every Saturday

Slut Walk is Besharmi Morcha in India

Slut Walk, a fresh feminist movement that originated from Toronto Canada, and had been taking rounds of various western cities, is now coming to New Delhi, the Indian capital. Amidst...

Nepal: High Hopes For Youth Based Movement

Bangladesh: Rumana Manzur – A Grim Reminder of Domestic Violence

On 5 June, 2011, Rumana Manzur, an Assistant Professor at the Dhaka University, became the victim of a horrific case of domestic violence when she was brutally attacked by her...

Bangladesh: Energy Politics and Selling Out National Interest

Last week police brutally cracked down on the members of the National Committee to Protect Oil, Gas, Mineral Resources, Power and Ports who were rallying against a recent production sharing...

Sri Lanka: The Lankanosphere And The Killing Field Video

Bhutan: Citizenship For Fatherless Children

India: Policy On Maritime Security

Sri Lanka: Groundviews Briefly Blocked

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