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· September, 2010

Stories about India from September, 2010

India: A Plebiscite In Kashmir

Raja Basu at Potpourri gives logic why the question of a plebiscite should not arise for deciding the fate of Kashmir.

India: Live Blogging The Ayodhya Verdict

Offstumped is live blogging a controversial verdict on the Ayodhya issue, which has created much tension between the Hindus and Muslims of India and beyond.

Pakistan: Kashmir Needs World's Attention

Pakistani blogger Fatima thinks that Pakistan has not done enough to free Kashmiris from Indian occupation, “allowing them to live in accordance to their will”.

India: Tips For Eating At An Indian Buffet

Anirban takes a hilarious look at the proper way to eat at an Indian buffet.

India: Banning Non P2P SMS

Rajesh Jain at Emergic criticizes the ban on all bulk SMS and MMS in India to prevent mass mobilization of people before and after the Ayodhya verdict.

India: The Common ‘wealth’ Games ridiculed

South Asia Wired highlights some reactions from social media about the serious security lapses at the Commonwealth Game venues.

India: Inadequate Preparations For The Commonwealth Games

Being Cynical at Desicritics criticizes the inadequate preparations for the Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi and discusses the controversy surrounding it.

India: When An Advertisement Becomes The News

Sans Serif discusses why the innovative “talking” advertisements of an automobile manufacturer published in two newspapers raised much controversy in India.

India: An Inspiring Train Journey

“Tata Jagriti Yatra is an annual train journey that that takes 400 of India’s highly motivated youth (with some participation of international students) on an 18-day national train-journey, introducing them...

India: The Greed For A Baby Boy

AmreekanDesi shares a bizarre news where a mother's claim on a baby boy born within a few minutes of the delivery of her baby girl was turned down after DNA...

India: Wither Kashmir? Or Is Reconciliation Possible?

The Indian central government has sent a fact-finding delegation including lawmakers from all major political parties to mitigate the bloodshed and tensions in the Jammu and Kashmir region. The Indian...

India: Use Of Facebook By Leading Brands

Caitlin Fitzsimmons informs that leading Indian brands are increasingly using Facebook for their marketing campaigns. She highlights a study on the Facebook usage of 25 brands from seven industry verticals.

India: Joy Of Giving

A nationwide nation-wide Joy of Giving Week will be held in India from September 27 to October 3, 2010. Ugich Konitari describes the joy of giving citing a real life...

India: On Kashir And ‘Freedom’

Greatbong at Random Thoughts Of A Demented Mind opines that “what is going on in Kashmir is hardly an independence struggle, but more an expression of aggressive Islamic (mostly Sunni)...

India: Five Neighborhood Paradoxes

Nitin Pai at The Acorn argues that India's neighborhood policy is trapped in five paradoxes.

India: The Silver Tsunami

“Unlike in the rich world geriatric care in India is virtually non-existent,” informs Proloy Bagchi. The blogger fears that India awaits a tsunami of old people and they will be...

South Asia: Media Mentions Of Neighbors

Using Google search A random walker seeking cloud patterns analyzes how the news media of South Asian countries pay attention to their neighbors.

I Paid A Bribe: An Endeavor in India

“Bribed? Didn't bribe? Powerless? Victimised? Angry?" I Paid a Bribe is encouraging citizens in India to tell their stories of bribery and corruption and is using these stories to identify...

India: Kashmir Is Burning…Again

Violent protests in Indian administered Kashmir started today after a report of a Qur'an desecration in Michigan, USA emerged. At least 18 protesters have been killed and scores were injured....

India: Why do Indians dance all the time?

Anirban writes a hilarious post trying to explain why Indians dance all the time. The short answer is of course “because we can’t help it”.

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