- Subhan shares some typical & unique Bangladeshi styles from personal observations in a post called “You know you are Bangladeshi when*@#!!”
“In sharp contrast to Christianity, which considers homosexuality to be a pathological character defect and homosexuals to be abnormal, perverted individuals, Islamic jurisprudence adopts a more restrained attitude, according to which attraction towards members of one's own sex is viewed as entirely normal and natural.”
- Asif explores the possibility whether a Dhaka-centric FM-Radio-Channel transmitting live commentary of the Dhaka traffic be established on the basis of the visual display of the traffic using GPS technology.
- Neha is angry at the Delhi High Court's ruling that the marriage of 15 year old minor girls are valid.
- Nitin of “The Acorn” tells us about a new Indian online craze “PublicGyan” – (The public knowledge exchage ), which is an online prediction futures market. He links to the plugins for Blogger, MovableType and WordPress — that enable bloggers to display their PublicGyan profile on their blogs.
- Kamla Bhat provides podcasting of headline news from India regularly.
- Charu has details of the festival of nine nights and ten days.
-Abhi of Sepia Mutiny analyses the notion – “Do arranged marriages contribute to terrorism?”
- Iruvaihudhu claims that the Maldives president Mamun A. Gayoom's son Ghassan is his chosen successor.
- Samudaya.org has the latest on the political turmoil Nepal is facing.
- United We Blog posts an experience of a Nepali Gay.
-Via a Pakistani girl's blog we get the news of a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Islamabad and Rawalpindi extending to New Delhi in India, Sri Nagar in Kashmir, Peshawar and Lahore in Pakistan.
- Sepoy of “Chapaty Mystery” discusses six different views often heard in the West.
- Shirazi of “Light Within” explains Ramadan.
- Colombo goes crazy over books!
- The Magic of Music from ‘One One Things’.
- Fear… Its causes and result in the Sri Lankan Context via Komisiripala.
- Nittewa has thoughts on being Sri Lankan.