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· April, 2009

Stories about India from April, 2009

India: TEDIndia Fellows program

India: Not On The Voter List

India: The Maoists-Naxalites And The Threat To Democracy

Israel: ‘Slumdog’ Star Films Movie About Palestinians and Israelis

The Conflict In Sri Lanka And The Indian Elections

India: Showing The Middle Finger

India: A Peek Into The Young Voters

India: Analysis Of Elections 2009 – Phase 2

Indian Elections 2009: God and Country

The ongoing elections in India have exposed deep fractures in the country's religious landscape. Blogs are buzzing with allegations and counter allegations of religious persecutions in the land where you can...

India: Why Vote For Congress?

Indian Elections '09: On the Black Money trail

Black money stashed away in overseas tax havens/secret Swiss bank accounts - is not a new topic in India. However, the very same topic is generating quite a bit of...

Global Health: Swine Flu Threat Spreads Worldwide

Confirmed or suspected cases of swine flu, which was detected in Mexico earlier this month, have now been found in at least seven other countries around the world. The World...

India: Saying No To Parachute Journalism

South Asia: Coping With The Heat And The Rolling Blackouts

Heatwaves during this time of year is not uncommon for countries in South Asia. But the recent dry weather has kept sufficient rain away from the region keeping the mercury...

Russia: Baymurat (aka Jimmy) Singing Bollywood Song

India: Why Recycle When You Can Precycle?

India elections'09: Does it really matter whom we vote for?

Indian Elections 2009: Reading The Digital Tea Leaves on ‘Who Will Win?’

Now that the 15th general elections are underway in India, the big question in every body’s mind is who is going to win? Will one party take it all or...

India: The Fake IPL Blogger

India: India Bloggers Directory

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