If they were so smart, they would have made it big in their own country.

Topic: Fiction | by on Oct 28

When I first saw them, it looked like they’d pulled out all the stops. Their Muqala Muqabula began with a full cowboy costume and proceeded to thoroughly entertain the audience with glow-in-the-dark skeletons. I knew then that I wouldn’t be averse to watching more Agni performances.

Topic: Events | by on May 31

The failure of Indian universities to both sustain their own teaching staffs and to prepare Indian citizens for a knowledge-based economy now threatens the country’s economic future.

Topic: Politics | by on Jan 19

Looking back at a year of online publication.

Topic: Events | by on Jan 5

On October 30th, Nazar hosted its first event in the form of a talk on immigrant labor in global cities, presented by Dr. Biju Mathew. Just before his highly successful lecture that evening, writers Shreya Krishnan and Mrinalini Ranjan spoke to Dr. Mathew about his ideas and experiences.

Topic: Events | by on Nov 19

The opportunity for a glimpse into the life of the other South Asian: the blue-collar non-professional struggling to make good a chance at a new life; an immigrant not sponsored by a multinational company, having to work ten hour shifts for a pittance.

Topic: Events | by on Nov 5

An evening with DJ Rekha.

Topic: Events | by on Oct 5

There is a general uneasiness in the South Asian and Middle Eastern political spheres as the Pakistan People’s Party makes noise about the return of Benazir Bhutto to Pakistan . Ex-Premier Benazir Bhutto enters the political arena after 8 years of self-imposed exile from Pakistan . Her activity in Pakistan ‘s politics even while in […]

Topic: Politics | by on Dec 10

A nonexistent community.

Topic: Politics | by on Dec 10