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· March, 2010

Stories about India from March, 2010

Against Cyber-Censorship – Voices in Hindi

On the occasion of the World Day Against Cyber Censorship, netizens across the world are realizing that even in this age internet is not free from restrictions on freedom of...

India: Sugarcane Price Stirs Worry

Ram Bansal at India in Peril discusses about the rising price of sugarcane in India and the impending crisis in the sugar market because of it.

India: Barcamp Kerala

Kenney Jacob informs that BarCamp Kerala (8), the biggest and coolest technology related event in Kerala state of India, will be held in Thiruvalla town on March 28th, 2010.

India: Women's Bill Stirs Up A Hornet's Nest

There was a pandemonium in the upper house of the Parliament of India (the Rajya Sabha) when a controversial Women's Reservation bill from more than a decade ago, was re-introduced...

India: Not A Country Of Nomads

Kiran Rao Batni at Karnatique breaks the stereotype that “India is basically a country of nomads, i.e., people who have no other business in life but to migrate from place...

India: The Women's Reservation Bill

Sandeep Bansal at Desicritics discusses whether the impending enactment of the Woman's reservation bill will make any significant impact to the Indian society.

India: Interview With Greatbong

Blogadda interviews Indian blogger Arnab Ray aka Greatbong, who is working as an Assistant Adjunct Professor at University of Maryland. His blog Random Thoughts Of A Demented Mind was adjudged...

India: Nithyananda Scandal On Twitter

Blogadda compiles the reactions of some Twitter users on the recent scandal of Swami Nithyananda, a Karnataka based spiritual leader.

India: The Battle Of Rin vs. Tide

In India a recent advertisement on TV openly comparing between rival detergent brands caused an uproar in the blogosphere with bloggers discussing about rivalry, fair competition and ethics.

India: The Joy Of Giving

Ugich Konitari from Mumbai shares a wonderful story highlighting the joy of giving.

India: Influence On The World History

“The world often views India as a country with huge poverty.” But was it always like this? “From 1st Century AD till 1250 AD, India had the world’s largest GDP.”...

India: The Battle Between Rin And Tide

Aastha Jain at Add2Ad blog discusses the ethics behind the recent advertising battle between two detergent brands Rin and Tide in India.

India: The Taslima Nasrin ‘article’ that cost two lives

Sans Serif discusses about the controversial article on the burqa by Taslima Nasrin, the exiled Bangladeshi author. After the article was published in the weekly magazine section of a Kannada...

Is India Intolerant To MF Hussain?

“Does MF Husain accepting Qatari citizenship mean India is intolerant?” Rabble Rousing Random Ramblings says a resounding no to that.

The Technology for Transparency Review, Part I

In this first review of case studies from the Technology for Transparency Network we discover that online platforms like Discuz! and Twitter can reverse bad policy and stimulate healthy debate....

India: Blog Camp Experience

Priya Kanwar at Reading Cafe shares her experience of being part of the Blog Camp in Mumbai. She lists links of some fellow bloggers’ reactions on the event.

India: Some Interesting Observations

Chakra Sampath has some observations during his recent trip to Chennai, India (Part1, Part2).

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