Article Comments

  • The world’s dumping yard

    J. Blue, 10 February 2017

    Solid narration. Very important story.

  • And you shall fail at your peril

    Mohammad Ilyas Bhat, 13 January 2017

    Indian forces have unleashed terror and innocent killing in Kashmir since last 25years.It is the human rights violation of highest degree.Indian governments are giving them a free hand and these killers are not only going Scott free but are being rewarded.With every passing day the belief of a common Kashmiri gets stronger that India is never going...

  • False nuclear hope

    Abs nazarali, 23 December 2016

    Its good to have a diverse energy sector, environmentally friendly solar and wind power are also options to look into too, but nuclear is too important to ignore and modern technologies have lowered the risks and not a valid enough reason to scrap such an important idea in our modern time with existing energy challenges. To use Iran in highlighting...

  • Himal Southasian to suspend publication

    Sanjay, 21 December 2016

    I am not a regular reader but I thoroughly enjoyed it whenever I bought it for read from a round shaped roadside stall at cannaught place, Delhi. Definitely, will miss it. Thanks for providing great reportage for a young reader like me though we need much more but Thanks for the great work !

General Comments

  • Sujata Madhok, 05 May 2016

    Relieved to learn that Kanak Dixit has been released and is better. Wish him and Himal all the best. I am sure you will carry on undeterred. In solidarity,

    Sujata Madhok, Delhi Union of Journalists

  • FUKUNAGA Masaaki, 29 April 2016

    Strong solidarity with Mr. Kanak Mani Dixit who is the founding editor of the Himal.
    When I visited Kathmandu, it became very indebted.
    Calculate the release of Dixit's immediate.
    To protest the unfair intervention in the media by the government.

  • Important resource for intellectuals, students

    Dr Arshad Javed Rizvi, 04 November 2015

    I am a frequent reader of HIMAL SOUTHASIAN and believe that it is one of the very important resources for intellectuals, scientists, educationalists as well as students. It enhances and contributes reliable, scholarly knowledge of contemporaneity Southasia for everyone.

  • Himal in the classroom

    sonali sathaye, 20 July 2015

    I teach Sociology to the Class 11s and 12s and regularly use Himal in the classroom. I find it an excellent resource because while the research and analysis is typically subtle and nuanced, the writing is clear and direct, making issues immediately accessible to 17 year olds. Moreover, Himal features, directly or indirectly, many of the issues that...

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