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Himal Southasian Feb 4
More from our theme this week on . Here is a piece from our by filmmaker Gargi Sen on the under-resourced documentary film genre and the boost it receives from film festivals in and other parts of Southasia. Read in full:
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Himal Southasian Jan 31
Our theme this week is . Here is a personal essay from our by poet Sridala Swami on the rituals of viewing, the audience and the use of technology in film in a piece titled ‘The other side of the screen’.
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Himal Southasian Oct 8
Also from our : journalist Yola Verbruggen writes on the exclusionary nature of the peace process in an article titled ‘Legacy of conflict’. Have a read over here:
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Himal Southasian Oct 11
As - one of the youngest democracies in the world – goes into its parliamentary elections on 18 October, here is an analysis from our I P Adhikari wrote for us during the country’s previous election in 2012.
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Himal Southasian Nov 19
Kamal P Malla, the Kathmandu essayist, linguist and historian, who passed away earlier this week, writing in 1992 on 'bahunvada' (or brahminism) in Nepali society:
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Himal Southasian Feb 12
Today is . In this piece from our Preeti Raghunath analyses proponents of community radio that have had varying experiences in different parts of Southasia and continue to carve out space for this media.
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Himal Southasian Feb 16
Our theme this week is . Here is a piece from our by Manjula Padmanabhan on cartooning, stress and laughing at death.
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Himal Southasian Feb 15
Our theme this week is in Southasia. Here is a piece from our by Yangdon Dhondup on the beauty and contradiction in Tibetan art.
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Himal Southasian Feb 17
Our theme this week is . Here's a piece from our by Niranjan Kunwar on prioritising arts education in times of disaster.
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