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South Asia

Edna Fernandes visits a madrassa in northern India founded in the wake of the Indian Mutiny. One of the first Islamic fundamentalist schools, its influence has spread into Pakistan and Afghanistan, among the Taliban and followers of Osama bin Laden.

Volume: 59 Issue: 2 2009

Charlotte Crow describes how a recent visit to India on the 150th anniversary of the Indian Mutiny became a flashpoint for Indians and Britons over the commemoration by the two nations.

Volume: 57 Issue: 12 2007

Huw V. Bowen asks whether the East India Company was one of the ‘most powerful engines’ of state and empire in British history.

Volume: 50 Issue: 7 2000

M. Naeem Qureshi on a remnant of empire which has moved beyond being a mere repository of the Raj.

Volume: 47 Issue: 9 1997

By C.R. Boxer.

Volume: 30 Issue: 12 1980

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