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Pallavi Aiyar
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Pallavi Aiyar

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Rice Goddess’s Wrath

Rice Goddess’s Wrath

Sep 07, 2015 Pallavi Aiyar

China’s just an exacerbating factor, Jakarta’s ills are internal

What India Must Learn From Indonesia

What India Must Learn From Indonesia

Aug 02, 2015 Pallavi Aiyar

The second part of the comparative study on India and Indonesia and the challenges they face.

Forget China, India Should Look To Indonesia

Forget China, India Should Look To Indonesia

Aug 01, 2015 Pallavi Aiyar

A list of the most fundamental challenges confronting India today could just as well be Indonesia's...

Makassar Diary

Makassar Diary

Jul 06, 2015 Pallavi Aiyar

Nearly all the drivers for the festival turned out to be women, most of them students at one of the city’s...

Democracy With Diversity

Democracy With Diversity

Nov 19, 2014 Pallavi Aiyar

Before despairing at the seemingly impossible task of crafting a common identity out of a fractured...

Indonesia's Obama

Indonesia's Obama

Nov 04, 2014 Pallavi Aiyar

The new Indonesian President presents a narrative of hope and change that echoes the wild enthusiasm and...

A Lingering Taste Of SEZwan Cuisine

A Lingering Taste Of SEZwan Cuisine

Sep 01, 2014 Pallavi Aiyar

China’s progress impresses Modi, but at what cost has it come?

Get Out The Vote

Get Out The Vote

Apr 18, 2014 Pallavi Aiyar

The ongoing election season that has India and Indonesia heading to the polls invites unavoidable comparisons

Jakarta Diary

Jakarta Diary

Apr 14, 2014 Pallavi Aiyar

Indonesians agree on little, but there is near-unanimity on the defining characteristic of Jakarta:the...

The New Barons Of Bordeaux

The New Barons Of Bordeaux

Sep 13, 2012 Pallavi Aiyar

With their investments in French vineyards, inevitably Chinese are transforming the hallowed landscape of...

Be Afraid Of Standing Still

Be Afraid Of Standing Still

Oct 11, 2010 Pallavi Aiyar

India or China? Bahl hedges around, dishes the usual, makes some daring conjectures, and, sadly, stops short

Red Book’s Missing Pages

Red Book’s Missing Pages

Jul 05, 2010 Pallavi Aiyar

This book penetrates China’s armature of success, paints the darkness inside sans greys, is hopeful of India

Believers At The Wall

Believers At The Wall

Mar 16, 2009 Pallavi Aiyar

How China's past spiritual fusions secrete into its present

The Post-Olympic China

The Post-Olympic China

Aug 29, 2008 Pallavi Aiyar

For years now the Olympics have acted as a safety net for the juggling act China's ruling party is constantly...

Chin Chin Choo!

Chin Chin Choo!

Mar 22, 2004 Pallavi Aiyar

Bollywood films, once a big draw in China, seem to have missed the beat