Stories about India from March, 2008
India: Right Wing and Films
La Dolce Vita takes a closer look at Geert Wilders, a Dutch right wing parliamentarian who is in the news for making an anti-Islam film.
South Asia: Anti-Islam film
Voice of South on a controversial anti-Islam film made by a member of the Dutch parliament.
India: Releasing a leopard
Kalyan Varma photographs a leopard that was caught by the forest department, and was subject to much harassment.
India: Tata, Jaguar and Rover.
Earlier today it was announced that Tata Motors of India is acquiring Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford Motors, which was once one of three automotive giants of Michigan. Tata’s acquisition of these two high-end automobile brands is one of the central topics of conversation in global mainstream media and...
India: Tibet and the Media
The Acorn rips apart an editorial in a major Indian newspaper on the issue of Tibet.
South Asia: On Tibet
Pickled Politics on the reactions of various countries on the issue of Tibet and China.
World Water Day Ripples Across Videos.
Every year since the 1992 United Nations Conference on Environment and Development in Rio de Janeiro, on March 22nd has been the World Water Day. In addition, this year it is the United Nation´s International Year of Sanitation and people from all over have started taking action through their video cameras, raising awareness at the importance of this finite resource.
India: Between Tibet and China
Over the past few day the focus of the international community is on Tibet and Chinese Government's handling of the uprising, but over in India there has been quite a bit of debate over China's actions in Tibet and the role of Tibet in India-China relationship. What should India's stand...
UAE: Labour Riot
The Emirates Economist links to several news sources about a massive labour riot in the United Arab Emirates, over the increasing cost of living.
India: A petition for Tibet
Sacred Media Cow is running a petition against Chinese excesses to control Tibetan protests.
India: Standardization and Sri Lanka
Reality Check India takes a closer look at the “standardization system” instituted in Sri Lanka in the 1970s and warns of its hidden dangers.
India: Shariah and the West
Indian Muslims Blog comments on the idea of Shariah laws in the West.
South Asia: Talking about abuse
Out Against Abuse asks why discussing the issue of domestic violence is so taboo, especially in the South Asian community.
India: Life in Exile
Unseen Dharamshala has photographs of life in exile for Tibetans who live in India.
India: Tibetan Parliamentarian-In-Exile
My Himachal on a Tibetan Parliamentarian-In-Exile protesting in New Delhi, India.
India: Blogging History
A round of blogs discussing history at Varnam – the third Indian History carnival.
India: Tibetan protesters arrested
My Himachal on Tibetan protesters being arrested in India.
India: Losing Goa and the Scarlett Keeling homicide case
My heart cries out that Goa the land of Sex, Drugs, Music, the once land of the hippies and lost Gods, had to be brought under the crime radar as a threat. Although I am partial in judging Goa, the land I spent my childhood and almost every other summer,...
Russia: Relations With Germany; Arms Sales
Siberian Light writes about the future of the Russian-German relationship – and about an apparent competition between Russia and the United States in the arms supply market.
India: Marching to Tibet
Tibetan Uprising provides constant updates on a march to Tibet from India to protest China's actions.
India: Constitution and Governance
Kalachakra on the Indian constitution and its role in shaping governance.