Monthly Archives: July 2010

Dirty reality behind peaceful scenes

It has been quite uneventful last several days except lots of rain. I have been tied up with tons of desk jobs which I need to get done before heading to Japan early next month. I had some time to kill yesterday afternoon between meetings so I took a walk on Marine Drive along the […]

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Pygmies in Congo

A photo story on Pygmies in Congo was published in Days Japan magazine this week. Until I worked on the story a few months ago, I wasn’t fully aware of how badly Pygmies were treated. They were forced out of the woods either by the war or the government’s forest reservation policy in the 90’s, […]

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One-year anniversary of gay rights

Several days ago I went to see an event to celebrate the one-year anniversary of a Delhi High Court ruling to decriminalize homosexuality. I didn’t know that homosexual activities were considered to be “criminal” until only a year ago in India. Although it’s rare to be prosecuted by this law, which was established in 1861 […]

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Pakistan gun factory story in Japanese magazine

Pakistani gun factory story was published today in Japanese weekly magazine, Friday. Will write later about my interesting experience to get in the factory which is in Taliban’s stronghold. タリバン支配地域でとった銃製造工場の写真記事、本日(7月9日)発売の週刊フライデーに掲載されました。 http://www.bitway.ne.jp/kodansha/friday/scoopengine/index.html (会員にならないと見れないようです) Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on Facebookshare via RedditShare with StumblersTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this post

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India’s pharmacy story in NYT

Growing India’s pharmacy story has run today in NYT. 成長するインドの製薬会社の記事、本日のニューヨークタイムスに掲載。スライドショーは以下のリンクより。 Slideshow – http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2010/07/06/business/20100707_INDIADRUG-2.html Bookmark on DeliciousDigg this postRecommend on Facebookshare via RedditShare with StumblersTweet about itSubscribe to the comments on this post

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