Latest posts by Neha Viswanathan from July, 2007
A blog Weeping Sikkim chronicles two people going on a hunger fast (currently Day 41) in the state of Sikkim to protest a particular hydro electric project.
Pickled Politics has a message from a mailing list, on the recent controversy in the UK, when a bull belonging to a Hindu temple was put down after being diagnosed with tuberculosis.
Beyond Borders on the consequences of abortion being illegal in Sri Lanka – pointing out that the 300,000 illegal abortions in the country are a silent genocide if a person believes that the fetus is a human being.
Nepal Monitor on Magsasay winner Mahabir Pun, a Nepali who won the award under community leadership category for his innovative application of wireless computer technology that brought progress to remote mountain areas.
sans serif on the media frenzy surrounding Haneef's detention in Australia.
Tell me something about yourself on an unconference – Barcamp Bangalore 4.
Whisperings on raising children far away from where the parents come from.
Unplugged looks at piracy in the age of Harry Potter books.
Blogdai makes the customary predictions for Nepal in the coming year in the monsoon season.
Krishna Dhungana, a journalist was fired because he guest blogged at Mero Sansar. More at The Internet Cyber Guff.
Known Turf goes to Punjab, and takes a look at the “deras” – which were at the heart of a controversy recently.
The Pakistani Spectator writes immediately after a bomb blast in Islamabad killing several people.
Metroblogging Lahore on a Karachite who makes it to the semifinals of the TV reality series America's Got Talent.
Democracy For Nepal has the way forward for a dialogue within the Maoist groups.
Kafila on the girl-child in India, the government's alarming proposals to stop sex-selective abortions and the impact it has on women's control over their bodies.
Wannabe Indian Punkster comes up with a list of reasons to not get married.
Light Within on a town called Chaniot – famous for its woodwork and the furniture industry.
A Janusis on the prevalence of English, the cultural and historical backdrop of the “universal language”.
United We Blog! on the harrowing experience of a Nepali student returning from US, witnessing the treatment of Nepali people in Bahrain.
IndieQuill on a film – Gandhi, My Father that explores the story and circumstances of one of Gandhi's sons.
Indi.ca on rallies and the issues with traffic sluggishness that results from these rallies.