Stories about India from April, 2008
India: Infrastructure and Time
Infrastructure work in India seems to take a slow pace, as seen in the photographs at Mumbai Matters.
India: Ties with Africa
Sepia Mutiny on the growing ties between India and Africa, and the first-ever India-Africa summit in New Delhi.
India: Caste, Men and Kerala
Meena Kandasamy on caste and male sexuality in Kerala, India.
Africa: Africa-India Summit
Marian writes about Africa-India Summit: “April 8-9 mark the first-ever India-Africa Forum Summit. Might the Summit include any component addressing human trafficking and undocumented (i.e., illegal) immigration coming from the Asian subcontinent into East and Southern Africa??”
India: China, Tibet and the Torch
With all eyes on the Olympic torch, Sacred Media Cow talks of the flame, China and all the attention it is getting.
India: Cricket and the Media
An absurd set of regulations set by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) which requires photographers to submit any photograph taken in a cricket match to be approved for publishing has the Unofficial IPL Blog up in arms.
India: The Olympic Torch and Tibet
It seems like Tibet refuses to go away from people's mind. Tibet continues to be the dominant topic of conversation and is clearly gathering a lot of public support, especially in virtual India. Baichung Bhutia, India's well-known football player has refused to carry the Olympic torch when it comes to...
India: Media and the Politicians
Sacred Media Cow on media management tactics of politicians in India.
Pakistan: Films and Diplomacy
Changing Up Pakistan! on the film diplomacy in the subcontinent between India and Pakistan.
India: Missing daughters
HelloJi writes on the concept of son preference, still prevalent in India and how it contributes to the phenomenon of “missing women”.
India, Pakistan: Conflict within
Five Rupees has an interesting take on the nature of intra-state conflict management in India and Pakistan.
India: Shashi Tharoor's India
Excursions into the mundane and the revealing… on Shashi Tharoor's refrain on India.