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· January, 2009

Stories about India from January, 2009

India: L. K. Advani, The Blogger

Soumyadip at Cutting the Chai reports that a veteran & powerful Indian politician has started to blog: “BJP's prime ministerial candidate Lal Krishna Advani is attempting to reach out to...

India's own Enron

Today India was shocked by the confession of the outgoing CEO of the IT giant Satyam that an Enron style huge accounting fraud took place in the company. India Political...

India, Pakistan: Proofs on Mumbai Attacks

India produced a dossier of evidence on the Mumbai terror attacks to Pakistan, which termed it as “insufficient”. The New Horizon takes a closer look at the evidences.

Nepal Entangled in Temple Row

New Year in Nepal is off to a bumpy start. Adding to the energy crisis, the country is now entangled in a row involving one of Hinduism’s holiest shrines -Pashupatinath....

The Role of Internet and Mobile in Israel’s Gaza Strip Bombing

Indian blogger Gaurav Mishra analyzes the role of Internet and cellphones in Israel’s Gaza strip attacks.

India: A List Of Celebrity Blogs

You can find a list of 64 Indian celebrity blogs in Cutting The Chai.

India: Compassion vs. Business

I love life… so I explore discusses a shocking story -“a baby was sold by the doctors of a hospital because the parents could not clear their dues” and raises...

Global Health: Hopes and Resolutions for 2009

As 2009 kicks off, many people are trying to create changes in their lives. Whether it's large or small goals, serious or humorous ones, bloggers around the world are posting...

India: Terror attack in Assam

Indian Elections 2009 reports that “three bomb blasts went off in Assam again on New Year’s day” leaving 5 dear and many injured.

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