Stories about India from March, 2006
After the exceptional response to the Blog-a-thon on street harassment, the Blank Noise Project invites ideas on campaigns, opinion polls and specific activities that could be undertaken to carry on...
The Other India on a slum-demolition from the perspective of a person who teaches some of the young children through an NGO programme.
Charu wonders why Mobile phone companies seem to suddenly advocate sensible mobile phone usage and behaviour.
The indulgence of politicians is well documented and for all to see. Ram has the opportunity to share flight time with the premier from another part of the world and...
Razib has a post based on another article on the very delicate issue of the Farakka Barrage, and water politics between India and Bangladesh.
Charu on a venture that seeks to link women who seek employment as domestic help to families who are on-the-lookout for employees and has grave doubts.
Food Labels get a Hindu group a little angry. Kellogs at the receiving end says Pickled Politics.
Akshay has a an excellent photo-feature on the protests in Mumbai against Bush's recent visit to India.