Stories about South Asia from June, 2008
To be or not to be.. on the pricing of fuel, price hikes and political play.
All Things Pakistan on the fascinating art of truck painting.
Nepali Netbook on the demise of monarchy and the political factors that might shape Nepal's future.
Unheard Voicesem> wonders why the Bangladeshi diaspora doesn't celebrate certain aspects of culture and literature.
Bangladesh From Our View on the eunuchs who live on the fringes of society, ignored by the government and NGOs.
Bohemian Rhapsody from India writes on the obsession with labeling women on the basis of the clothes they wear.
DesiDabba on the state of TV news in India, focusing mostly on high profile crimes.
Kottu urges that a revolution is the only answer for Sri Lanka's troubles.
a bengali in TO attends a talk by Dr Mohammed Yunus, who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on micro-lending.
The sixth edition of the Indian History Carnival is up at Desipundit, a selction of posts on history in the Indian Blogosphere.
Beyond Borders on a study circle in Sri Lanka exploring issues of ethnicity and conflict.
The Pakistani Spectator takes a closer look at the spies sent across the border between India and Pakistan, and how their cases are used politically.
CHUP! on the reactions over the weekend to the Long March – a protest by lawyers in Pakistan.
Moscow Through Brown Eyes shares a wonderful story on “Nina the Moldovan Grocer” and her “interpretation” of the blogger's parents.
Equal Ground on a homophobic reaction from a group that claims to be the voice of all patriotic Sri Lankans.
Five Rupees on why women shouldn't hired in Pakistan unless you need someone for HR or a receptionist.
All Things Pakistan on the long march to Islamabad, organized by lawyers to protest against the government.
CHUP! on the issue of polio in Pakistan.
The 3rd World View on a tougher law to combat religious terrorism in Bangladesh.
Pakistan's growing blogosphere presents a kaleidoscope of the complex, contradictory developments within the country. The country is in the grip of a major movement for upholding the rule of law. Some say it is the finest moment in our history while others term it as yet another agent of instability....
A not-for-profit organisation in India gets children to use digital cameras to empower them. More at Freedom of Expression.