Eco Earth talks about the ecological wake-up call for India and China, both rapidly emerging economies of the world. And Om Malik talks about the freezing winter in New Delhi. This is the first time after 70 years that the city was hit by biting cold weather.
If is the football season in the USA, it is cricket fever in the Indian subcontinent. Sports fan around the world behave share lot of similarities, and the number one common factor is the passion for sports. Karthik talks about the upcoming cricket match between India and China and his dream team. And Chiray provides a schedule of the India-Pakistan cricket series.
Guru has a fascinating account of his trip from Hyderabad to Bombay in three parts, complete with pictures. And Freeshell has a post about what travelling in the local trains of Bombay means, and what you can expect to find.
Balaji talks of Pongal, the harvest festival that will be celebrated this weekend in the state of Tamil Nadu.
Parmendra Bhagat talks about the blame game in Nepal and the role of political parties and democracy in that country.
Cold weather is a topic of discussion in Karachi. And Sundries describes the unusually cold weather in Karachi. And on the marriage front, Hammad Din wonders if Pakistan's “aunty network” has subsided? Jawwad discusses Chinese goods flooding the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi, and its impact on cosumers. Yasir Ali in his Pakistan Diaries shares his impressions and the difference in the lifestyle between the rich and the poor people.
Lankalife has a post on post-Tsunami recovery, and how conflict in the region is making organisations hesitant to invest or work in the sectors that need focus.