Stories about India from February, 2008
groundviews on the fate of refugees who leave Sri Lanka and flee to India.
Indian Muslims Blog on the shrine of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya in Delhi.
Route 79 ponders on the point of blogging, and reproduces a wonderful letter from a person who lived in the same area of London who shares his memories.
Chapati Mystery on the idea of “decline scenario” in interpreting history – implying that South Asia was already in decline before colonization.
Blowin’ In The Wind on the performance of Clinton and Obama at the debate in Cleveland.
The Culture and Politics of Tamil Cinema on how actresses in Tamil film industry are subject to the male gaze off screen.
Law and Other Things on the survivors of the Bhopal gas tragedy in India using a Gandhian method to demand justice.
Indian Muslims Blog on the distortion of historical figures to benefit extremist opinions.
Sepia Mutiny on the future of US's foreign policy in South Asia.
A range of gender issues at Mumbai Girl – from changing names once married to the idea of skimpy clothes being provocative.
MantraBlogs from India on the legacy of Fidel Castro – as he announced his retirement a few days back.
Amit Gupta takes us on a tour of the latest from the Hindi blogosphere, including bad news for male smokers, good news for cricket fans in Hyderabad, and hopeful news regarding the effort to curb the spread of AIDS.
Smoke Signals on the bidding process for cricket players for the Indian Premier League.
Development Industry on manging urban growth in South Asia – given that estimates suggest where over a third of the people live in urban areas.
At groundviews, an author writes with much joy – having seen a live cricket match between India and Sri Lanka.
balancing life on how the sheer presence of bureaucracy is an obstacle for alumni wishing to contribute to the growth of their college.
Out Against Abuse – dedicated to discussing issues of domestic violence affecting the South Asian community urges readers to share their stories.
Amit Gupta is a software engineer who works as a web applications architect in India and is a self confessed geek, in other words, someone who literally lives, breathes, sleeps and talks the Internet. With such a high tech profile, it doesn't come as a surprise that he has been...
varnam hosts the Indian History carnival – linking to posts across the blogosphere on various issues.
Bahraini blogger Mahmood Al Yousif writes about a bizarre medical case here. You will have carefully examine the X-rays to believe your eyes. ***WARNING: Not for the faint of heart.
A certain advertisement aired in India – that seems to sell insurance by communicating that daughters are a burden, isn't winning this author's heart at Sepia Mutiny.