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· July, 2009

Stories about India from July, 2009

India: The Future Of Ajmal Kasab

Golden Boy at Desicritics tells why India should not hang Ajmal Kasab, the apprehended “foot-soldier in the Mumbai Terror Attacks”.

Bangladesh, India: Tipaimukh Dam And Transparency

The controversy surrounding the Tipaimukh Hydroelectric Project currently continues to dominate the politics, media, and intellectual and civil society’s discourse in Bangladesh.

India: Advertising Prop Used In Real Life Situation

News Views And Analysis informs (with pictures) that an advertising prop, a raft was taken off the hoarding and used as a real life rescue tool when Mumbai submerged under...

India: Best Interior Design Blogs

BlogAdda showcases nine best Indian interior design blogs.

An Indian's Perspective On Tipaimukh Dam

A Minority Of One comments on the controversial Tipaimukh Dam from an Indian's perspective: “I feel that the responsible course of action is to re-consider the project, or at least...

An Indian View On India-Pakistan Relations

Supriyo Chaudhuri at The Sunday Posts comments on the relations between India and Pakistan: “we should indeed try to create a new Pakistan based on democracy and tolerance rather than...

India: The Chakmas Of Mizoram

Paritosh Chakma at Musings of a Chakma critically examines the position of the Chakmas in the Mizoram state of India – their social, economic conditions and political status and discusses...

India: Interview with Dina Mehta

Blogadda interviews Dina Mehta, one of the best-known bloggers and social media observers from India. She is also a friend and Advisor to Global Voices Online.

India: Orissa Pride

Photoblog ::MyFiveFromAnyShoot:: captured the LGBT Pride moments at Bhubaneshwar, the capital of Orissa state in India and posted some of them. “It was a small but colorful and vocal group...

India: Cool Summer Drinks

Anuradha Goyal at Desicritics reviews some delicious and healthy Indian summer drinks.

China: On Eclipses and Astronomy in Chinese history

Today part of India, China and Japan saw the longest total sola eclipse in 21st Century. In Chinese Astronomy, solar eclipses is related with instability and Granite Studio has an...

India: FAQs about the Naz Foundation Case

In a three part series (Part 1 2, 3) Vikram Raghavan of Law and Other Things discusses the ins and outs of the famous Naz Foundation case that decriminalizes consensual...

Japan: Internet users in the world

A post [ja] at ideaxidea shows graphs [en] describing the percentage of the world's internet users in 2008.

Nepal, India: Positive Energy To Beat Pessimism

kasthamandap of Thinking About Nepal visited the Indian capital recently and comments: “it just felt good to be in a place where positive energy seems to overwhelm the pessimism, especially...

India: Debate On BJP

Shveta Chhatra – Offstumped site for the New Big Tent republishes prominent Indian journalist, author, and politician Arun Shourie's detailed analysis of the political party BJP (Part 1, 2, 3,...

India: Chasing a solar eclipse

On July 22, we are about to witness the longest solar eclipse of the 21st century. The eclipse will be visible between 5.20am to 7.40am, from within a narrow corridor...

India: The Moment of Truth, now in Hindi

Youth Curry watches ‘Sach ka Saamna’, the Indianised version of the American game show The Moment of Truth and realises that we are constantly hiding things, not only from others...

India: The joy of vandalising public property

Random Thoughts of a Demented Mind takes a caustic view of the violent bandh that crippled Kolkata last Friday (17th July)  – a day that saw free-for-all vandalism.

India: Once a teacher, always a teacher

I love life…So I Explore tells us how easy it is to spot a teacher – they are always in the teaching mode, inside the classroom and out.

India: Don't let the camera get wet!

India Travel Blog instructs photography enthusiasts how to protect their cameras in the rain.

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