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· March, 2011

Stories about India from March, 2011

India: Online Solution To Help Save On Medicines

Living in the Past has a brilliant idea – to launch an informative website (with SMS based service), which will provide information about cheap medicine with identical compositions to help...

Pakistan: Liveblogging India-Pakistan Cricket Match

Ahsan Butt is liveblogging the electrifying semifinal match between India and Pakistan at the Cricket Worldcup 2011 being held in Mohali, India now.

India: All About Tamil Nadu Politics

Harini Calamur introduces podcasts of Puram the Body Politic, which describe all you wanted to know about Tamil Nadu politics.

India: Arms Yes, Bread No

Dheera Sujan at South Asia Wired comments on the news that India has become the world’s largest arms importer: “yes arms by all means, more arms. So we can have...

India: A Brief History Of Cricket

Vadakkus provides the history of the game of Cricket from an Indian's perspective.

India: Daughters Are Not For Killing

Ratna Raman at Ultra Violet describes how many women in India are subject to some form of punishment, torture or cruelty in their lives beginning with getting rid of the...

India: Exploitation Of Unemployed Youths

Ram Bansal at India In Peril reports that corruption and exploitations are abound in the recruitment of primary teachers in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Unemployed youths are being...

India: Lakme India Fashion Week In Twitter Conversations

Ugich Konitari at Gappa posts some imaginary Twitter conversations describing the Lakme India Fashion Week catwalk event.

India: Colors of Holi

In these troubled times, the world perhaps needs a bit of cheer, and what better than the bright, sparkling colors of Holi, the festival of Spring, to renew our optimism,...

India: Bong Mom's Cookbook

A Bengali Mom is posting mouth watering Bengali food recipes in her blog “Bong Mom's Cookbook“.

India: Blocking And Unblocking Of Typepad, Mobango, Clickatell And Other Sites

Medianama has updates on reports that some ISPs in India appeared to have blocked access to certain sites, including blogging site TypePad, bulk SMS site ClickATell.com, Mauj Telecom owned mobile...

India: Furore In Parliament Over New Set Of Wikileaks

The latest round of India Cables from Wikileaks has led to a furore in the Indian Parliament with the opposition demanding an explanation from the Prime Minister. Netizens have been...

India: How To Avoid Writer's Block

Blogadda has some practical tips on how to avoid a writer's block.

Pakistani vs. Indian Pressure Cookers

The Life And Times Of Two Indians In Pakistan compares Indian and Pakistani pressure cookers and guess which is the winner.

India Renewable Energy Innovation Awards

ThinkChange India informs that the last date for applications for the “atmosfair India Renewable Energy Innovation awards” is March 27, 2011. The goal of the awards is to promote the...

India: A Poem For Japan

Raja Basu at Potpourri has this to say to the earthquake and Tsunami victim Japan: “Your ancestors faced Hiroshima bombing, and constructed a new Japan from the rubble of that...

India: Equations For Cricket World Cup

Giri at Pen The Game chalks out the equations required for the Indian cricket team to progress to the next round.

India: Implications Of Fukushima Reactors

The Acorn assesses the accident at Fukushima nuclear reactors as a result of the recent earthquakes in Japan and its implications for India.

India: Euthanasia Debate Re-kindled

The Indian blogosphere is buzzing with mixed emotions after the Supreme Court of India rejected the mercy killing petition filed by journalist Pinki Virani on behalf of Aruna Shanbaug who...

India: The Dictionary – An Obituary

“Every Bengali home had an English dictionary,” comments Anirban, but now many people use embedded dictionaries in their devices or online dictionaries instead. Is it time to say goodbye to...

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