Stories about India from November, 2007
synchroni-cities reflects on manhole covers. A brief history of the modern sewer system.
Wonderful post and pictures on “Islamic Volleyball” in the vicinity of Hazrat Nizamuddin's Dargah in Delhi at Indian Muslims.
Shallow Thoughts To Profound Insights writes about mommy blogs that probably invade the privacy of children, despite best intentions.
A run-down of food options in Ladakh – where sadly enough it is hard to find Ladakhi food in a restaurant at Feringhee.
The din of Hindu festivals doesn't quite find cheer with Chronicus Skepticus, who wonders if the Hindu gods are deaf as posts.
Law and Other Things on varying reviews of Ramachandra Guha's book – India After Gandhi.
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...
Days in a Wannabe Punks Life takes a closer look at Hindu mythology, goddesses and the element of overarching patriarchy.
Mitesh writes on his decision to return to India, after being in the US for a while.
Returned to Bangalore, India reflects on being back in the country for a year now.
My Himachal on neglected cemeteries in Shimla, many of them them from the British Raj era.
Memoirs of a Foreigner on idea of luxury in India, and how it probably means more employment for those who provide the services.
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.
Arre Kya Baat Hai on certain chocolates inspired by a porn-star causing quite a stir at Bologna's annual chocolate fair.
Law and Other Things on the Anti-Sikh riots in 1984, which followed the assassination of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi.
ExecutedToday.com on Nathuram Godse, who was executed on 15th Nov 1949 for assassinating Mahatma Gandhi.
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...