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Here are the This World stories from South Asia, sorted by date, from January 2004.

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2004

Investigating Sri Satya Sai Baba, India's biggest and most controversial spiritual guru.


2005

An investigation into the sex, power and corruption that lies behind Bollywood, the world's biggest film industry.


2006

By 2010, some estimate there will be two million patients in India on clinical trials. This World investigates.


2007

Around 8.4 million children are enslaved today. Now, five of them tell their stories.

Following the first all-female unit of United Nations peacekeepers who are based in Liberia.

This World reports on the gender discrimination which begins before birth in India.

In Nepal a nine-year-old girl, worshipped as a goddess, is playing a significant role in the power struggle between the monarchy and politicians.


2008

In Pakistan Saira Khan reveals the shocking cases of forced marriages dealt with by the British High Commission's Assistance Unit.





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