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· October, 2010

Stories about India from October, 2010

India: Chennai’s Moral Police

Sharanya Manivannan at Ultra Violet shares some experiences involving Chennai's police who exercise moral policing on women.

India: Making Fun Of Ethnic Names

Runa at Uber Desi blog sees a disgusting and disturbing trend in international mainstream media which she describes as “hidden racism via making fun of ethnic names”.

China: Where Wen Jiabao's political reforms should begin

Post-secondary education and an open Internet are where one academic suggests Wen Jiabao begin political reforms, the need for which the Chinese Premier emphasized in his recent interview with CNN's...

India: The Need For Superfast Trains

Blogger and entrepreneur Rajesh Jain opines that India needs to invest in high-speed trains for the nation's development.

India: Showing Off With Tax Payers Money

Greatbong at Random Thoughts Of A Demented Mind was not satisfied with the dazzling display of the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games 2010 in New Delhi, India, because the...

India: The Commonwealth Games 2010 Begins In New Delhi

Amidst heightened security precautions the 2010 Commonwealth Games officially begins today in New Delhi, India. The preparations of the event have been marred by a number of security and infrastructural...

India: Searching For The Perfect Solution Of The Ayodhya Babri Masjid Problem

Priyank Chandra at Desicritics is not satisfied with the court verdict of the Ayodhya Babri Masjid case and suggests three alternative solutions.

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