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· September, 2010

Stories about South Asia from September, 2010

India: Inadequate Preparations For The Commonwealth Games

India: When An Advertisement Becomes The News

Pakistan: We Don't Need Education

India: An Inspiring Train Journey

Maldives: Less Women in Government Positions

Sri Lanka: Social Good Day In Colombo

India: The Greed For A Baby Boy

Pakistan: The Economics Of The Electronic Media

India: Wither Kashmir? Or Is Reconciliation Possible?

The Indian central government has sent a fact-finding delegation including lawmakers from all major political parties to mitigate the bloodshed and tensions in the Jammu and Kashmir region. The Indian...

Pakistan: Do You Care About The Plights Of The Flood Victims?

While some countries of the world came forward to donate for the victims of the recent Pakistan Floods, most international responses were slow. Cindy Yang looks for the answers in...

Bangladesh: Digitizing Land Records to Combat Corruption

There is a lot of hope riding on the effective use of ICT in the Land Management System of Bangladesh to usher in modernization, user-friendliness, transparency and accountability in this...

Nepal: Power Internet Users Targeted

India: Use Of Facebook By Leading Brands

Pakistan: Facebook And The Flood

India: Joy Of Giving

Pakistan: Death Of MQM Leader

Nepal: The CyberSansar Scandal

India: On Kashir And ‘Freedom’

Bangladesh: The Privileged Members Of Parliament

Sri Lanka: Import Consignment Of ‘The Economist’ Magazine Impounded

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