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About half the total area is actively deltaic and is prone to flooding in the monsoon season from May through September. The Ganges/Padma River flows into the country from the northwest, while the Brahmaputra/ Jamuna enters from the north Incrimination of Malaria Vector Mosquitoes in Bangladesh: Seasonal Prevalence of Anopheles Mosquitoes and their Distribution Maps. Schwartberg edited his book in 1978 titled "An Historical Atlas of South Asia" which dealt with the cultural, political, and geographical analysis of South Asia, he included Afghanistan in his book.  During the Soviet war in Afghanistan (1979 to February 1989) American foreign policy dictates briefly included Pakistan and Afghanistan in Southwest Asia for political reasons, but their long standing history as a part of South Asia remained, and both Pakistan and Afghanistan were and are firmly considered South Asian countries on the global stage.        In the past, a lack of a coherent definition for South Asia resulted in not only a lack of academic studies, but also in a lack interest for such studies.  The confusion existed also because of the lack of a clear boundary - geographically, geopolitical, socio-culturally, economically or historically - between South Asia and other parts of Asia, especially the Middle East and Southeast Asia.  Identification with a South Asian identity was also found to be significantly low among respondents in an older two-year survey across Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.  However, modern definitions of South Asia are very consistent in including Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives as the constituent countries.       The region was labelled variously as India (in its pre-modern sense), Greater India, Indian subcontinent and South Asia.   "Indian subcontinent" is a term adopted and used by the British Empire.          According to historians Sugata Bose and Ayesha Jalal, the Indian subcontinent has come to be known as South Asia "in more recent and neutral parlance".  Indologist Ronald B Tourist Attractions of Bangladesh.
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The randomised community study, published in the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology in October, measured aflatoxin exposure to mother and child during pregnancy, early infancy and at 24 months in the Sarlahi district in southern Nepal and Gaibandha district in northwest Bangladesh.
Using biomarkers — major proteins found in the bloodstream on which the contaminant gets attached — the team, led by Keith West, author and director of the Centre for Human Nutrition at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, found levels of aflatoxin comparable to those detected during the Kenyan outbreak.
“We are looking at an exposure level that overlaps with a known high risk event that has happened in public health over the past decade,” said West during a scientific symposium in Kathmandu on collaborative research in nutrition in November.
West said it was alarming that traces of aflatoxin were found in cord blood (blood in the umbilical cord and placenta). “This is an indication that the foetus’s liver is already being exposed to and metabolising this carcinogen to noxious agents and secreting it into the bloodstream so it can be picked up in the cord blood.”
Trials conducted in Benin, West Africa, have shown that aflatoxin contamination in the food system can be reduced by 60 per cent by simple methods such as removing contaminated grains and sun drying, West said.
Such post-harvest interventions are yet to be initiated in Nepal or Bangladesh. “We have not worked on intervention as yet India with Bangladesh/ Bhutan/ Nepal/ Pakistan and Sri Lanka (Maps Red Cover) (2005-08-07).