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· May, 2006

Stories about India from May, 2006

Sri Lanka, India: The other side of LTTE

Demystifying Tamil as a language and a person

What is Tamil? For some it's a language, for some it's a religion, for the uninitiated, wikipedia to the rescue. There is of course also the the Wikipedia in Tamil....

India: Shivaji Market in Pune

India: Sugercane and Memories

India: films, cricket and monsoons and more…

This was yet another hectic week in India...bloggers wrote about films, cricket, monsoons etc, etc...

India: Women and Helplines

India: Media and the bias

What do Bloggers say about Rural India?

While reading different blogs, I have often read that in India blogging reflects a very middle class mindset. So, I thought even if it is true what do Indian blogs...

India: Office 2007

India: Art and Fear

Bangladesh: Labour issues continue

India: Caste and Census

South Asia: Homosexuality and Islam

India: The Musical Bloggers

India: Through Goa by train

“Twas an action-packed week for Indian bloggers: financial meltdown, reservation quota and the Da Vinci Code controversy etc. etc.

Bloggers penned their thoughts on a whole range of subjects from the stock market crash to Sherlock Holmes...

India: Collaborative Spaces

India: How India Got Its E-Porn

Images from South Asia

For my first post on Global Voices I decided to look beyond words and instead look at the subcontinent through the lens of another. Photoblogs in South Asia are abuzz...

India: Reservations – Photographs and sarcasm

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