Nina Davuluri is deemed too dark to be beautiful in India. Mari Marcel Thekaekara explores the irony.
The siege has shaken the nation – and made people forget their differences, writes Musa Haron.
A new bill in India aimed at protecting manual cleaners of human excrement needs to translate into political action, argues Mari Marcel Thekaekara.
With ethnic violence displacing hundreds of thousands, a resolution can’t come too soon, says Iris Gonzales.
Democracy is within sight, Iris Gonzales is told, as she meets those who have reason to hope.
Stop blowing your own trumpet, and start tackling human rights abuses, says Iris Gonzales in the Philippines.
The case of 17-year-old Danish reveals corrupt and brutal law enforcement, says Uzma Falak.
In the Philippines, Iris Gonzales attends a course to get hints on doing the best for her daughter.
Osaka mayor’s words anger women raped by Japanese soldiers during the Second World War, as Iris Gonzales explains.
Novelist Dan Brown’s description is sadly apt, says Iris Gonzales.
Mari Marcel Thekaekara’s home is on the edge of a wildlife sanctuary, which is a pleasure and a pain, as she explains.