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This page displays all Asia Society content on India in reverse chronological order. For more Asia Society work on India, please visit the Asia Society Policy Institute, the New Voices Fellowship for Screenwriters, and the India-Pakistan Young Leaders Initiative. Asia Society has had an office in Mumbai since 2006.

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The Nobel Peace Prize-winner discusses US foreign policy.
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The Columbia University scholar sheds light on his new book "The Jew, the Arab: A History of the Enemy."
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The Indian novelist reveals how he began to write, and how he feels about all those comparisons to 19th-century masters.
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Versatile actor-director on being able to do commercial and "art" films and the reasons for the crossover appeal of his hit "Lagaan."
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Zarif discusses Iran's nuclear program, the insurgency in Iraq, and Ahmadinejad's controversial comments on Israel.
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The Iranian epic drama Ta'ziyeh Khani adapted and transfigured at Trinity College.
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One of the most highly developed and powerful examples of the passion play is the ta'ziyeh performed by Shiite Muslims in Iran.
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Religious epic theatre, ta'ziyeh or shabih, continues to be performed in areas of the Middle East with large Shi'a populations.
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Novelist Thrity Umrigar on Indian fiction in English, practicing journalism, and growing up Parsi.
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The author and scholar on his new book.
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"The whole question of who owns the national heritage of a country, and who is responsible for it, is very difficult."