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Borodin – Christmas in Bangladesh

Joyce Das

6 June 2014

Notes from the field: feminisation of agriculture in the eastern Gangetic plains 

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt

14 August 2012

… if women enjoyed the same access to productive resources as men in the world, farm yield could be raised by 20–30%…

Burning for freedom

John Powers

21 May 2012

Mamata’s khamota or the backlash of the bhadraloks

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt

27 April 2012

Anglo-Indians as part of the Indian diaspora: making a home in Australia

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt

11 May 2011

Where are the women? The anguish of displacement in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) and Sri Lanka

Bina D’Costa

10 March 2011

India’s ‘strategy’ as an emerging power

Sandy Gordon

2 September 2010

Policing the national capital: Commonwealth Games, community engagement and the threat of terrorism in Delhi

5 August 2010

Kamala Kanta Dash writes that the Delhi Police are prepared more than ever before to face any terrorist attack. However, to succeed in their initiative to police terrorism they need a sustained community engagement policy. The new amendment in the Delhi Police Act 2010 must target both institutional and ideological aspects of reform.

Indian women: bargaining with patriarchy

22 March 2010

Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt surveys the debates surrounding the controversial new Women’s Reservation Bill and asks whether it is likely to make a difference to ordinary women’s lives in India

Curry bashing? A racist Australian underbelly and the education industry

6 February 2010

Bina D’Costa explores recent attacks on Indian students within the broader context of Australian race relations, and assesses the future of Australia’s lucrative higher education sector