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Himal Southasian is Southasia’s first and only review magazine of politics and culture. Retweets are not necessarily endorsements.
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Our long interview with scholar, public intellectual and Dalit-rights activist Anand Teltumbde, from September 2018, on India’s rising authoritarian tide:
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Big data, corporate transgressions, caste injustices, religious fundamentalism all of these were painstakingly analysed by . In this (long) interview with him by , you can see the kind of incisive person he is.
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"Over its 30 years in operation, Himal has been ahead of the curve, reporting on issues like the Rohingya crisis, Taliban, and militarization of South Asia before they reached the mainstream press." From 's reportage on for
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"“Everyone from my village comes to – they don’t go to Dubai, Saudi or places in the Gulf,” says Geeti BK, 25 from Thalinamish village in western ’s Bajhang District. Read our photo essay by Laxmi Murthy and Sarita Ramamoorthy : "
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New PODCAST on Himal: What does the future of democratic governance in look like? Listen to our Editor ’s interview with social activist Khushi Kabir on the current Bangladeshi democracy:
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New on Himal: A significant proportion of Nepalis migrate to in search of livelihood, where labour permits and bureaucratic procedures are not required. Our latest photo essay by Laxmi Murthy and captures some of these moments:
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Madhuvanthi Srinivasan Jan 18
A very, very fascinating account of 's journey of revival from Kathmandu to Colombo.
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Ravi Ratnasabapathy 17h
Pakistan's missing movement : Himal Southasian
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Trading at the edge : Himal Southasian
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Mallika Aryal Jan 21
Fantastic feature of the rebirth of on this issue of
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
"(Sangita Mahatara) worked 12 hours a day, and put in overtime on many days a week, managing to earn enough to admit her children to a private school." A photo essay on Nepali migrant women in by Laxmi Murthy and Sarita Ramamoorthy:
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
New on Himal: Our latest photo essay by Laxmi Murthy and Sarita Ramamoorthy glimpses into the daily lives of Nepali migrant women working in various parts of and how they experience life in a country that is not their own, yet not quite foreign.
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
ICYMI: We teamed up with to organise a discussion with , Khushi Kabir and Jayadeva Uyangoda. Listen to the full audio here: Podcast: Have we failed our democracies?
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
Thanks very much!
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
ICYMI: Curious to know more about the crisis of Bangladeshi democracy? In our interview with activist Khushi Kabir, our Editor @Aunhoitha discusses on what the results of the 2018 polls mean for Bangladesh.
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Kanak Mani Dixit Jan 21
Who are these Nepali women migrants working in India, how do they experience life in a country that is not their own, yet not quite foreign? A photo essay on their daily lives working in a range of sectors in various parts of India. (Credit: Hri Institute)
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marty logan Jan 19
Great news that Himal Southasian is back!
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Saleemul Huq Jan 18
The crisis in Bangladeshi democracy : Himal Southasian
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
"Now that we are here, this is like our desh (country). Wherever we stay, that is our desh.” New on Himal: A photo essay on Nepali women migrants in captured and written by Laxmi Murthy and Sarita Ramamoorthy. Read it here:
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Himal Southasian Jan 21
New on Himal: A photo essay on Nepali women migrants in captured and written by Laxmi Murthy and Sarita Ramamoorthy
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