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· December, 2008

Stories about India from December, 2008

India: A Relationship Based On Fairness

India, Bangladesh: Explaining South Asian Politics

India: A Guide To The Biggest Moments in Indian blogging History

India: The Top Five Newsworthy Events in the Indian Blogosphere in 2008

The Current State of the India-Iran Pipeline

2008: A turbulent year for South Asia

Looking back on the events that rocked South Asia in the year 2008 we see that terrorism took the center stage in many places in this region. This was also...

Global Health: 2008 Blogs In Review

Bloggers in 2008 showed all the ways in which global health is interconnected with other issues, by covering health stories that touched on everything from poverty and women's rights to...

India, Bangladesh: Maritime Dispute

A Review of Global Voices in 2008

Nearly 3 million people visited Global Voices in 2008, and here are some of our most popular stories of the year.

India: No War with Pakistan

India: Improve Quality Of Governance To Tackle Terrorism

India: Talking Terrorism

India: The voices of Bangalore

India: The ‘Conspicuous’ Indian Elites

India: Media to Self Censor

Letters of a sufi saint of Bengal

India, Pakistan: Asking for ‘proof’ only to deny them

India: Builders’ Boycott Of The Muslim

South Asia: Desi Podcast

Nepal: Rumors Surrounding The Captured Mumbai Terrorist

Rumors surrounding the background and identity of Ajmal Amir Kasab, the only terrorist involved in Mumbai attacks captured alive by authorities, is swirling around the internet. This time along with...

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