Category Archives: South Asia
By Editor-in-Chief David Lee Cummings in Bangaluru, India. Editor’s note: This dispatch is a follow-up to “First Impressions from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris.” I’ve been in Bangaluru for
By Editor-in-Chief David Lee Cummings in Paris, France. I’m on my way to Bangaluru (formerly Bangalore), India, and it’s been an adventurous 15 hours. Currently I write in the Charles
By correspondent James Wills in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Once upon a time, large herds of elephants roamed freely throughout Asia’s grasslands and forests. Now there are less than 40,000 Asian elephants
By correspondent James from Moscow in Russia. This is about a unique place called Golden Temple in Amritsar. This place is situated in Punjab state of India. The Golden Temple is
By correspondent Sunny from Mumbai in India. India is a country where most of population is comprised of Hindu religious people. Tradition of marriage in this country is very different.
By correspondent Ravi Sharma from Delhi in India. India is a country where politics is very complex. Politicians are chosen by citizens like any other countries but they hardly complete
By correspondent Amrit Lal in Kathmandu, Nepal. Nepal is situated in South Asia and a small country. This country is famous for its festivals. It has been considered as Holy