Stories about India from May, 2008
A former head of India’s external intelligence agency on strengthening institutions fighting terrorism. More at Vikram Sood's Perspectives.
CHUP! on a Pakistani band, Junoon that recently performed in Kashmir in India.
The politics of a classical language, education and secularism in India explored at varnam.
La Dolce Vita on a Pakistani band playing in Kashmir, India and how the whole show of peace and calm in the conflict-ridden region appears to be a farce.
Law and Other Things reflects on the litigation strategy in a case that could have an impact on the legal perspective of homosexuality in India.
Rural Development of India on two health initiatives that work on improving access to healthcare.
An Indian Muslim's Blog on the branding of Bangladeshi immigrants as terrorists.
Indian Muslims Blog on the case of a soldier in the US Army using the Koran for target practice.
profy on why Google wasn't quite evil when their cooperation with the Indian Police resulted in the arrest of a man accused of posting obscene content on Orkut.
Indian Muslims Blog on honor killings – a twisted way to redeem “family honour”.
An article on food and migration catches Vantage Point‘s eye and results in some fascinating insight.
Writing Cave on a man in India being arrested by the police for publishing “obscene” material about a politician on Orkut.
Condoleezza Rice's statements in the US about India and China's food consumption and its contribution to the price inflation doesn't find favour with Heartcrossings.
Rabble Rousing Random Ramblings on why terrorism has an financial cost associated with it.
Heartcrossings on the huge range of opportunities available to the youth in India, and why going to the US is no longer a big dream.
Break All Chains on the case of Dr Binayak Sen, who is a public health specialist and currently jailed in India on charges of being associated with the Naxalite movement.