Archive for the ‘South Asia’ Category

Do We Need a New Nobel Peace Prize?

Do We Need a New Nobel Peace Prize?

By Diskord Editors | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

By Marika Van Laan On October 11 the world received news of 2013′s Nobel peace prize winner. The [&hellip

India's Tourism Drop: How

India’s Tourism Drop: How “Eve Teasing” Brings Down a Tourism Industry

By Diskord Editors | FEATURED, INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

By Jacqueline Nesbitt Each day a new rape case surfaces in India. Last Monday a [&hellip

On the New Delhi Rape and India

By Diskord Editors | FEATURED, INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

By Michaela Cross On December 16th, in New Delhi, a young woman got on a [&hellip

The Future of Drones: Obama and Pakistan

The Future of Drones: Obama and Pakistan

By Diskord Editors | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

The election is over, and though we can still hear the sounds of the masses [&hellip

India: The Year is 1991

India: The Year is 1991

By Diskord Editors | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

By Akshat Goel The year is 1991. The thick-browed, scholarly technocrat sits at the elegant [&hellip

Russian Religious Rows and Incendiary India

By Diskord Editors | Europe, INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

By Akshat Goel, courtesy of the University of Chicago Undergraduate Law Review The religiosity of [&hellip

Images of a Modern Megapolis

Images of a Modern Megapolis

By Diskord Editors | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

Where do the myths associated with cities come from? How do you pin down the identity of a place?

No one to inspire India’s New Urban Youth

No one to inspire India’s New Urban Youth

By Diskord Editors | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

The new urban youth, for all its flash, for all its rebellion, has failed to produce politicians

Interview with Dr. Aisha Sethi

Interview with Dr. Aisha Sethi

By Ayesha R. Siddiqi | INTERNATIONAL, South Asia

On the way to the epicenter of Pakistan’s flooded areas I saw massive villages flattened out, crop destruction, and electric supplies affected