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· June, 2006

Stories about Citizen Media from June, 2006

Sri Lanka: Public service media

Nepal: Politics and Alliances

Kenya: How to save K-soccer

Global Food Blog Report #22

#1: Klephblog, no doubt over-caffeinated,  writes "How Coffee changed the Modern World," a great essay about this fruit of the Gods: This wondrous plant is a native of the new...

What are Indian Bloggers Talking About?

What are Indian Bloggers Talking About? Rudest City, Food, Weddings and Technology...

Bangladesh Blog Buzz

The latest happenings in Bangladesh related blogs around the world

Debate on women’s rights and freedom in the Bangla blogosphere

What do the terms ‘women’s rights’ or ‘women’s liberation’ really stand for in today's context? This age-old debate has again raised its head in the Bangla blogosphere.

Indonesia Growing Good Blogs, Hatemails and Asia Blog Awards

Indonesia blogosphere this last two years has witnessed the growing and heartening development of good blogging and quality bloggers to cheer about. This, for most reason, due to the emergence...

Pakistan: Wind turbines in Germany

Singapore: Bollywood Dancing

Cambodia: Blogger's Meetup

India Changing: Calcutta to Kolkatta and much, much more…

Change is the central theme of the post...in how many ways is India changing, how are the changes coming etc. etc.

Musique Africaine

The Global football festival that is the World Cup. The best so far I've witnessed with a genuine feelgood atmosphere and a lot of goals. With Ghana the strongest African...

Indonesia: World Cup Fever & Minister Blog

Despite Indonesia never reaches final round of Football/Soccer World Cup post-1945 of its independence, soccer has always been the most favorite sports ever in the country. So, no wonder then...

Nepal: Ceremonial Monarchy

Pakistan: Germany's Economy

Nepal: Media and the Government

Pressuring change through blogging II

A late addition to the issue concerning pressuring change in the government through blogging is Zul Funkmasta. He postulates that not only the education system that does not encourage voicing...

Pressuring change through blogging

Following the quote I took from Brunei Resources's blog;  "We (the government) require pressure from outside and this is where blog readers can come in to help spread the knowledge."...

India: Nagin Lake

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