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19 September 2005

Stories from 19 September 2005

Indian bloggers on film, books, blogging, and real life.

Apu of A Wind-up Bird Chronicle reflects on early feminist writing from the subcontinent. In the fiftieth year of Nabokov's Lolita, here's Hurree Babu of Kitabkhana imagining an aging Humbert...

Chile: Celebrating Chile's Founding

China: blogging with Chinese characteristics

Brazil: US State Department Info Sheets

Hong Kong: WTO protests

China: High suicide rate

Cambodia: Imported labor

North Korea: Translation issue

North Korea: Nuke-free pledge

Bolivia: Social Forum

Nigeria: The bus stops here

Kenya: Diplomatic rape scandal

Kenya: Cellphone money

Ethiopia: Collective memory

Microfinance initiative

Argentina: Unaffordable Ushaia

Mexico: 20th Anniversary of Mexico City Quake

Azerbaijan Election Monitor

Ulaanbaatar's Agricultural Market

Afghan Election Diary

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