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Forest swallows the Beatles' Indian retreat

By Soutik Biswas BBC News, Rishikesh 14 May 2015 From the section Magazine The ruins of an Indian spiritual retreat in northern India have become a place of pilgrimage - but not because of the guru who once lived there. It's all about the ... BBC, 1 week ago

Delhi rally suicide highlights Indian farmers woes

Soutik Biswas If you believe media reports, Gajendra Singh, the man who died after hanging himself at a political rally in Delhi on Wednesday, was hardly the poorest of farmers. Journalists visiting his village in Rajasthan found that his family ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

The dressing up of Narendra Modi

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 18 May 2015 From the section India Mr Modi at the Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, in Xian "Make way, Tom Cruise. Modi's the new top gun", screamed a headline in The Times of India over the ...
 BBC1 week ago

A bad seven days for Indian justice

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 13 May 2015 From the section India Jayalalitha is one of India's most powerful politicians It's been a bleak seven days for justice in India. In three separate cases, high profile and influential ...
 BBC1 week ago

Why Bollywood's 'bad boy' will stay popular

Salman Khan: Bollywood's popular 'bad boy' Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 6 May 2015 From the section India Salman Khan has acted in more than 80 Bollywood films Salman Khan has been the "bad boy" of Bollywood for as long as ...
 BBC2 weeks ago

Why is Indian media facing a backlash in Nepal?

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 4 May 2015 From the section India Many in Nepal feel Indian media's coverage of the earthquake has been shrill and jingoistic Narratives of disasters can easily go awry and make the affected people ...
 BBC3 weeks ago
National Interest

Nepalese aid shines a light on regional rivalries

India and China are currently engaged in an arms race of humanitarian assistance and disaster relief - and that's a spot of good news for Nepal as it looks to recover from this tragedy, writes Shashank Joshi. In recent years, strategic rivalry ...
 ABC Online3 weeks ago Nepal's Massive Earthquake: How Will China & India Respond?  National Interest3 weeks ago Nepal aid response reflects regional rivalries  The Interpreter3 weeks ago Nepal earthquake: How India and China vie for influence  BBC3 weeks ago

Delhi farmer death highlights countryside crisis

Soutik Biswas Delhi correspondent 23 April 2015 From the section India Millions of Indians work depend on agriculture for their livelihood If you believe media reports, Gajendra Singh, the man who died after hanging himself at a ...
 BBC1 month ago

Toilets: A Simple and Surprising Way to Advance Equality for Girls and Women

Getting a toilet into every home could be one of the best ways to promote equality for girls and women. In a piece published on BBC India last year , newscaster Soutik Biswas explained that defecating in the open puts women in a dangerous ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
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