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· November, 2007

Stories about India from November, 2007

India: On Mommy Blogs and Privacy

  27 November 2007

Shallow Thoughts To Profound Insights writes about mommy blogs that probably invade the privacy of children, despite best intentions.

India: Noise and Gods

  26 November 2007

The din of Hindu festivals doesn't quite find cheer with Chronicus Skepticus, who wonders if the Hindu gods are deaf as posts.

India: Take Back The Tech

  23 November 2007

Conversations with Dina writes about Take Back The Tech. “This is a collaborative campaign by ICT users, advocates, collectives and organisations that take issue with the prevalence of Violence Against Women in our diverse realities.”

India: Photographs of Chennai

  19 November 2007

Metroblogging Chennai has photographs from the Chennai Photowalk – an event organized to get some people together and click away as they walk around in the city.

India: An interview with Wafa Sultan

  14 November 2007

Cuckoo's Call has the transcript of an interview with Arab-American psychologist, Wafa Sultan, shown on Al Jazeera TV, where she talks of being a secular human being and the idea of “clash of civilizations”.

Tamil Blogosphere: Anuratha's ongoing battle with breast cancer

  12 November 2007

Tamil Blogdom is generally considered to be a place to have ‘fun’. A bunch of people standing around in groups discussing politics, movies, music, technology. A different set of people sit together talking about literature and churning out poetry and short-stories. Yet another group can be seen jumping around bursting...

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