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23 April 2009

Stories from 23 April 2009

Kuwait: Blackberry Lunches, Arab Sex Talk and Election Responsibility Plea

From the censorship of video games to discussions about Kuwait's upcoming parliamentary elections on May 16, the Kuwaiti blogosphere offers a mixed bag this week. Also in this post, by...

India: The Fake IPL Blogger

Moldova: If Voronin Had A Twitter

Lebanon: Pervert Online

Bangladesh: Women Power

Kazakhstan: Cadres decide everything

“Cadres decide everything” – this expression of Josef Stalin is widely quoted by the Kazakhstanis when they discuss new appointments in the government, which usually doesn't feature much new faces,...

Maldives: The Benefits Of Not Joining ILO

South Africa: ANC might lose two thirds majority

South Africa: Traumatic voting experience

India: India Bloggers Directory

Sri Lanka: An Appeal To The International Community

Indian Elections '09: Where The Shoe Pinches

When Muntadhar al-Zaidi hurled his shoes at the then US President George Bush, little did he know that his method of getting a point across would soon become viral across...

Jordan: Beyond Stereotypes

How to get past stereotypes and the future of the relationship between Denmark and the Arab and Muslim worlds was the centre of discussions at an event organised by the...

Jamaica: Wasn't Me

Trinidad & Tobago: Film on Calypso Rose

Trinidad & Tobago: Solo Signature

Cuba, U.S.A.: What Next?

Jamaica: Read a Book

Kosovo, Ukraine, Russia: Social Media and Politics

Azerbaijan: Email correspondence with expelled student activist