Stories about India from January, 2008
Ultra Violet on the increasing instances of divorce in India, what it means in terms of autonomy for women and perspectives on divorce.
Earlier this week the Bahraini Labour Minister Majid Al Alawi was interviewed in the pan-Arab newspaper Asharq Al-Awsat, and in the interview he said that the Gulf was facing an...
Pickled Politics takes a closer look at Islam and Democracy, particularly in South Asia.
churmuri writes on the importance of NRIs given the size of remittances that flow into the country, as compared to the FDI inflows.
SAJA Forum on the controversy surrounding Arun Gandhi for making remarks seen as anti-semitic.
Madrasa Reforms in India highlights the work of Delhi-based Islamic Fiqh Academy (IFA).
Hip Hop Grandmom writes a post defending the idea of arranged marriages.
Metroblogging Mumbai does a roundup for book lovers in the city – big shops, the shops around the corner, and hawkers near railway stations.
India Daily on the ups and downs on the stock exchanges in India – mirroring the volatility in markets worldwide.
head start reacts to a post that seems to assume that women in India don't have a sex life after the age of 40.
Bahraini Mahmood Al Yousif brings us the story of Maya, whose marriage in India and conversion into Hinduism led the Bahraini authorities to confiscate her passport.
Bohemian Rhapsody on the expectations in India, when it comes to women who get married – to look, behave and act in a certain manner.
Diplomats from Singapore, Philippines and some other Asian countries are critical of South Korea's new Visa Policy that bars Asians from Teaching English.
Lotus Reads reviews The Sound of Language by Amulya Malladi – a book that explores the story of an Afghan woman in Denmark.
To each its own on the rather contentious issue of mandatory HIV/AIDS testing.
Synchori-Cities narrates an incident that leads the author to reflect on the re-writing of history.
Law and Other Things suggests that Non-Resident Indians should get their own representative in the Indian parliament.