Stories about India from July, 2007
A blog Weeping Sikkim chronicles two people going on a hunger fast (currently Day 41) in the state of Sikkim to protest a particular hydro electric project.
Pickled Politics has a message from a mailing list, on the recent controversy in the UK, when a bull belonging to a Hindu temple was put down after being diagnosed...
Tell me something about yourself on an unconference – Barcamp Bangalore 4.
Known Turf goes to Punjab, and takes a look at the “deras” – which were at the heart of a controversy recently.
What is blogging all about? Is it about sharing one's daily life and/or thoughts with the rest of the world? Is it then an autobiography of sorts? Can a blog...
Kafila on the girl-child in India, the government's alarming proposals to stop sex-selective abortions and the impact it has on women's control over their bodies.
South East Asia based Indian blogger Rana find parallels in Malaysia's crackdown on bloggers and Indira Gandhi's muzzling of Indian press in the 1970s.
A couple of weeks from now on August 15th and 14th, India and Pakistan will celebrate their 60th year of Independence. What stands out in stark contrast is the differences...
IndieQuill on a film – Gandhi, My Father that explores the story and circumstances of one of Gandhi's sons.
Greatbong, in a post titled “Miscarriages of Justice” on treatment of the Haneef case by the Australian government and the Indian media.
Indian Muslims on Islam, terrorism and why the term Islamic Terrorism is unfair and inadequate.
Windy Skies shares memories and photographs of a Shiva temple by the Bhima – a tributary of the River Krishna.
A Time To Reflect on the street vendors, and bustle of commerce around the house growing up in Madras.
Miles To Go… on being in Japan, and reflecting on traffic, clothes, culture and more.