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Here are the From Our Own Correspondent stories from the South Asia region for 2012, sorted by date.


18 August 2012

Anti-corruption hunger strikes in India have been largely ignored this year but politicians fear the issue will not go away. Mark Tully reports.


14 July 2012

In the holy city of Haridwar in India, Anu Anand goes in search of her roots with only a few clues to help her.

2 June 2012

A group in India are helping protect young couples from their disapproving families.


21 April 2012

The Himalayan region of Zanskar is cut off by snow for more than half the year but a permanent link to the world is gradually being constructed. Paul Howard reports.


24 March 2012

As Burma's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi stands for election for the first time, Caroline Hawley sees how reforms are changing the mood in the country.



21 January 2012

Owen Bennett Jones finds a never-ending national drama among the county's political elite.

14 January 2012

Caroline Wyatt meets Afghan women who have been raped and abused, even by their own families, and those trying to improve women's rights in the country.





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