South Asia Wired Blog is put to bed
A predictable victory
The loss of two powerful voices
The jealousy of a non sporty Indian
Burma needs more than an icon
He may just be the key to a new thinking on teaching
Sinterklaas is here
The Burma Watchers: a club soon extinct?
Forced to refuse a well deserved prize for a technicality
Music is a joy, not a religious crime
Soni Sori - the misery continues
The hidden corruption in India’s troubled heart
Soul Searching at Radio Netherlands.
Why don’t South Asians talk to each other?
The Lord of Literature turns to tweeting
The Truth Will Set You Free
Tired of fear
An open letter about beauty and ugliness
Gandhian fast as emotional blackmail
The Murdoch circus; That’s Entertainment.
Music as the final goodbye
The conflicts we need to know about
You’ve got to love Holland
Let’s hope for the rise of the South Asian tigress
Shopping ourselves into extinction?
Are the Dutch too boring for sex scandals? Or just too sensible?
The positive energy of Bangladesh
Another voice for freedom, lost
Musings from a Dhaka hospital bed
The head is off, but is the body dead?
Tiptoeing through the tulips on world malaria day
Dr Binayak Sen is free again
Gunman shoots strangers, then himself
Child mothers exist here too
Grace under pressure
Marching to say enough is enough
Arms yes, bread no
Grief and loss and the stripping of a nation’s soul
Evil triumphs again in Pakistan
Fire and fired on.
Indian naval gazing
All men are equal, but some are more equal than others?
Egyptians - “carpe diem”
Cutting his baby in half
A fuse has been lit…how far does it go?
A Republic day away from home
Is Tunisia a signpost for Pakistan?
Christina’s death makes me even more afraid
What are blogs for? Or what the blog for?
Two good men punished for refusing to hate
A life sentence that brings shame to the “greatest democracy on earth.”
The trials of an Indian mother when it snows
The young will inherit the earth
Should we peek into our kids’ innermost thoughts?
5 Simple ways to be happier
Burma, chid sports stars, and rickshawdrivers seen through the IDFA window
Id’s fun at IDFA
The Lady is free and the people of Burma is waiting for her to guide their destiny
Those sharing messages on the Net occasionally turn up gold
To Give or Not to Give
The Fine Print of Love, Sex and All that Jazz
We’ve got the Dot Org at last
Kids - loveable or not, you have to keep loving them
An award that’s more a slap than a compliment
69 days and a lifetime to remember them
A View From Inside the Curfew.
Truth is stranger than fiction: or the strange case of Aafia Siddiqui
The US has a difficult choice about its loyalties to Pakistan’s military
The global notice board
South Asia’s double curse
Open your schools, or lose your future
The Common ‘wealth’ Games ridiculed
Girls still prized more than boys
It’s less controversial to burn people than burn the Koran
The Little Guys Win for once.
An insider’s take on the mystery of Kashmir’s conflict.
Organic veggies an indicator of change?
Pakistani children on the motorway
Too Poor For Windows
Shooting the messenger
Is Pakistan’s tragedy less worthy than that of other countries?
South Asia Beat looks at crossover genre
Food Security in India
Canada’s Tamil refugees: war victims or war criminals?
Celebrating the Independence Day abroad
South Asia Beat celebrates Indo-Pak Independence
The deserted Shalimar Gardens
Srinagar’s hospitals are busy these days
From a denied to a respected life
Delhiites’ cynicism over the “Con-wealth Games”
It’s time for some Desi rock
Kashmiris in despair
Kabul rocks to a trio’s dream
Pakistani plane crashes with 152 on board
A new generation of struggle via Facebook in Kashmir
Mumbai the next Shanghai?
South Asian Girl Power rocks!
Digital whitening sparks controversy
Presenting: South Asia Beat
Delhi walls come alive with art
Why I want to wear the burqa
Only Europe has abandoned its search for the sacred
Dutch tourists take ‘guides’ to court
Remembering the Emergency
Managing to live in a hearing world
On Rushdie, freedom, virgins and sex.
India needs more Teeth like these
The membrane between adoption and trafficking is money.
Indian parents want DNA test in Dutch adoption row
Happy thoughts are just not enough
Kasab’s death penalty: a done deal?
The poor can grieve for their children just as well as the rich
Blind justice being served cold - 25 years after the crime
Micro money brings peace and hope in Sri Lanka
An Outspoken Woman
Newly Dutch and confused.
Coming up soon: South Asia Beat
Networking sites: Now made in Pakistan
Black Friday for India and Pakistan
Jesus: dead or alive?
Why is India still hungry?
Mangalore crash- A tragedy that could have been averted
Showing the world through music to my kids
An outsider inside Afghanistan who “gets it”
Hurling insults at each other on Facebook is not a debate
Music takes them places
No booze till you turn 25?
The story of the forgotten people: The Bhutanese Lhotshampas
Delhi eyes on Dutch landscape
Guest Blogger Vinita Deshmukh on Kasab’s Verdict
Being disabled in India is a double handicap
Quake shattered her life, she stitched it back
Trial of 26/11 gunman hits a raw nerve with Mumbaikars
A little community spirit gives so much pleasure
Muzzling the media in Sri Lanka and Pakistan
Soldiers of faith terrified of little girls
Banking on Bank Mitras
South Asia Wired broadcasts too you know
One laptop per child
Another hero bites the dust
In Iceland, life goes on but Europe shuts down
Its people live but its language dies
Against the tide
Teaching without toilets
Maoist violence is not the disease - its a symptom
‘We want to go to school, but can’t afford it’
The story behind the news from Chattisgarh
Drought and debt drives more farmers to suicide
All men are equal, but some are more equal than others
Guest Blogger Asif Akhtar on “cricket diplomacy”
Art in the line of fire
Rice husk lights up Bihar villages
Women just meat in men’s wars
Little steps on the long road to real change
Women fighting back - always a good news story
Keep warm this fall and help destroy a species.
Imelda still showing that she’s good for a laugh…or a cry
Disallusioned, disenchanted and disgusted
Sahil’s found. But will the questions ever be answered?
The Bravest Woman in Afghanistan
Reserving seats for women isn’t the same as equal rights
The People Nobody Wants
Would you rather hold on to that Landcruiser, or a living planet?
One child stolen breaks so many different forms of trust
Biggest millstone around Church’s neck is itself
One woman stands tall
Eating for peace is my kind of initiative.
oops here we go again
Laughing at the Taliban is ok with me
Dynastic politics doesn’t compute in democracies
Another language bites the dust.
Suicide assistant: a new calling?
Stone Pelters for hire
On line India and Pakistan have very different personalities
Adoption gets another blow, this time from Nepal
Banning the Burqa is a bad move.
Microcredit is a curse for Bidi
The world’s attention is beginning to wander
A personal horror story: Families die in Haiti hours after adoption
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