Stories by Sandip Roy

Sandip Roy (sandip@pacificnews.org) is host of "Upfront," the Pacific News Service weekly radio program on KALW-FM, San Francisco. subscribe to Sandip Roy's feed

Posted on: Dec 10, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

For an Indian immigrant in America, J.K. Rowling's literary and box-office smash "Harry Potter" brings back a childhood spent yearning for a whitewashed vision of England that could never be his.

Posted on: Sep 29, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

Mideast American press and radio in California -- the nation's most racially diverse state -- have no love of Saddam Hussein, but are frightened of the consequences of an American attack.

Posted on: Jun 16, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: Jun 4, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: May 27, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: May 16, 2002, Source: AlterNet

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Posted on: May 8, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: Mar 27, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: Mar 11, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

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Posted on: Feb 27, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

This week in the middle eastern and south asian press: Top Al Qaeda member captured; comeback for exiled Afghan King; U.S. arms firms target Indian market.

Posted on: Feb 12, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

Fallout from the war in Afghanistan is still being felt in the countries of the Middle East and South Asia. Read about the going price for an Afghan girl, Taliban in South Asia, and MTV for Muslims.

Posted on: Feb 7, 2002, Source: Pacific News Service

Enron's collapse may have begun half a world away, in Dabhol India. Mired in controversy from the get-go, the Dabhol project was an economic and human rights disaster.

Posted on: Dec 2, 2001, Source: Pacific News Service

Fallout from the war in Afghanistan is strongly felt in the countries of the Middle East and South Asia, as this roundup of regional news sources proves.

Posted on: Nov 19, 2001, Source: Pacific News Service

Savage attacks against Hindus in Bangladesh -- usually regarded as a moderate Muslim land -- have raised fears that the country could go the way of the Taliban in Afghanistan.

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