The latest from the South Asian blogs:
- Rehan of Unheard Voices: Drishtipat Group Blog celebrates  the religious freedom in Bangladesh.
- US expat Yoli Maya Yeh has fabulous pictures  of some Bangladesh tourist attractions.
- Internationally acclaimed photographer Shahidul Alam muses  on the duel of corporate profit versus the poor in Bangladesh.
- South Asia Biz informs that  getting you car repaired in Bhutan means trouble.
- Amardeep of Sepia Mutiny writes  about Delhi's alarming water crisis.
- A Time to Reflect reflects  about the sights of Delhi at night.
- Pass the roti on the left side criticizes  democratic India, which is arming Maldivian autocratic government.
- United We Blog posts  an insightful article justifying the declaration of Nepal as a secular state and the abolition of the ‘Hindu State’ in the upcoming constitution update by the reinstated parliament.
- Bilal Zuberi of All Things Pakistan has an interesting post  about why date is termed as the Ramzan fruit.
- S. A. J. Shiraji of Light Within informs  that two proxy sites (pkblogs.com and indblogs.com) that were used to access banned blogspot hosted blogs from Pakistan are now taken down. He poses the question, is this the end of the blogging era in Pakistan?
- Hell's Dire Agent is skeptical  about Sri Lanka’s current peace process.
- South Asia Biz warns  that the Dengue fever is becoming a serious concern in Sri Lanka too.