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· November, 2011

Stories about India from November, 2011

India: The Ink Conference 2011

This year's INK Conference will be held this year in Jaipur city, Rajasthan, from December 8th – December 11th. Read all about it here.

India: Advani Should Exit Gracefully

Atanu Dey opines that NDA leader L. K. Advani should scrap his ambition to be the next Prime Minister of India and exit gracefully.

India: Youth Slaps Minister Over Price Rise and Corruption

On 24 November, India's Agriculture Minister, Mr Sharad Pawar, was slapped on the face by a youth as he was leaving a government building. Harvinder Singh was apparently fed up...

India: The Camel Fair Of Pushkar

Nisha J shares her experience of spending a day at the famous Camel Fair of Pushkar, a holy town of the Ajmer district in the state of Rajasthan, India.

India: The Decade Of Maids

AmreekanDesi takes a satirical look at the problems of the increasingly unmanageable service of Indian maids.

Sri Lanka, India: Biography of LTTE Leader Prabhakaran

D.B.S. Jeyaraj tweets about an upcoming 1000 page biography of Veluppillai Prabhakaran, leader of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). The book is being written by Nedumaran, a well-known politician...

Israel: Netanyahu Threatens to Replace Interns with Indian Doctors

After months of protests, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suggested replacing medical interns with foreign labor contractors from India if an agreement can not be reached with them. Interns react...

India: Lessons from Gandhi

Priyanka Matanhelia lists some lessons from Mohandas K. Gandhi, the legendary political and ideological leader of India, which are still relevant today.

India: A Murder Convict's Parole Stirs Up Controversy

The Delhi High Court's decision to grant parole to Mr. Manu Sharma - currently serving life imprisonment for the murder of Jessica Lal - has led to public outrage in...

Pakistan: The Perils Of Being A Vegetarian

The life and times of two Indians in Pakistan explains the perils of being a vegetarian in Pakistan.

India: Jim Corbett Museum

As a part of the Club Mahindra Bloggers Trip, Anu Shankaran went to the Corbett National Park and the Jim Corbett Museum and posts a photo essay. Jim Corbett was...

India: Marriage Under Hindu Law

Did you know that for a Hindu marriage is termed as a sacred relationship? Spread Law explains all about marriage under Hindu Law in India.

India: Aishwarya Rai's Baby and Media Madness

The latest hype in Indian media is the pregnant Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her impending child birth. Twitter users discuss all the rumors, news, controversies and opinions on...

India: The Perils Of Opulence In The Course Of Development

Mahalakshmi Ganapathy thinks that “wastage of resources, unnecessary opulence and wastage of money, the politics of land grab” etc are on the rise in India and opines that the Indians...

India: 11/11/11

Soumyadip celebrates 11/11/11 with an incredible snapshot of his digital watches.

India: The Plights Of The Citizens Of Bhopal

Proloy Bagchi, a retired government official from Bhopal, writes about the citizens of Bhopal who are suffering from the degradation of environment due to massive construction works and cutting down...

India: The Real Story Behind The Cancellation Of Metallica Concert

Ujjwal Gaurav Raaj Sen shares the behind the scene events that led to the last minute cancellation of the concert of the band Metallica at Gurgaon, near the Indian capital.

India: Love Marriage And Arranged Marriage

Anjali Garg discusses why Indian families are reluctant to accept love marriages and they tend to get their daughters married early as a consequence.

Pakistan: India Is The Most Favored Nation For Trade

Riaz Ali Toori comments that a dream came true when the Federal Cabinet of Pakistan declared India as the most favored nation of Pakistan for trade.

India: Why The Infant Mortality Is High In West Bengal?

Anirban at Its A Miracle writes about the increasing rate of infant mortality in West Bengal and points to the inadequate healthcare system in the state.

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