- Meet “South Asian of the Hill” Dr. Bhaskar Chakravorti
- Why I’ll be wearing a salwar this Friday: On diaspora, identity, and visibility
- “Google brought nations together in 3 minutes and 32 seconds. The politicians of both countries couldn’t do this in 66 years”
- To Tackle Poverty, We Have To First Understand It
- South Asia Week 2.0!
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ShareWelcome back to what we at SAPAC hope will be another fantastic semester filled with thrilling new ideas and opportunities to further continue the dialogue on South Asia. After organizing the many events last semester, such as a round-table on … Continue reading
ShareAs this year comes to an end, SAPAC’s executive board would like to thank all of you who came for our events, and helped make them a success. This year we have expanded our campus presence, by organizing a wide-range of … Continue reading
ShareIt’s often ironic how the measures undertaken by a government to sideline and almost obscure an issue can turn on it itself and instead, accentuate it. Unfortunately for India, this is exactly the case. As this years host of the … Continue reading
Reflections from Professor Partha Ghosh’s discussion on the ‘Complex Puzzle of Growth’: Important ethical and ecological concerns, but at a prototypical phase?
ShareOn March 13, Professor Partha Ghosh of the Fletcher School gave a lecture entitled, “The Complex Puzzle of Growth: Embracing Modernity while Preserving Tradition in India and China”. Professor Ghosh has worked in various strata of careers, from managerial consulting … Continue reading
ShareIndian Mass Media: an on-going paradox. With the controversial story of Salman Rushdie running rampant through Indian and International media, all eyes have turned towards India; the flourishing ‘democracy’ and its apparent commitment to ‘free speech.’ But, as many public … Continue reading