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Neha Viswanathan · December, 2007

City-hopping, trivia-gathering, identity-hunting. Obsessions include culture, social software, cities, literature, internet, music, history, marketplace and anything that doesn't twinkle.

I blog at Within / Without
and can be found at other CollaBlogs such as DesiPundit, Indicubed and The Sea-Eat Blog.

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Latest posts by Neha Viswanathan from December, 2007

Bangladesh: Women and the Police

black and gray on Eliza Sharmeen, who is the first woman in the country to command a passing out parade in Bangladesh.

India: Baghdad Burning on stage

Known Turf on watching a dramatic reproduction of the blog – Baghdad Burning on stage.

Sri Lanka: In 2008

groundviews attempts at predicting what is in store for Sri Lanka in 2008.

Pakistan: Benazir Bhutto's legacy

The news of Benazir Bhutto's death seems to have finally settled in. Bloggers are now focusing their attention on what Bhutto's legacy might be. Bhutto comes from a powerful family...

Pakistan: Why Bhutto, and what now for Pakistan?

More reactions are pouring out in the Pakistani blogosphere and elsewhere as it settles in that a very strong and capable leader is no more. Some bloggers are concerned about...

Pakistan: Bhutto's Death and Impending Elections

Still reeling with the shock, The Emergency Times, which has kept a very close eye on the unfolding political situation in Pakistan, writes At this tragic moment in the history...

Pakistan: Reactions to Bhutto's death

Benazir Bhutto's death has come as a shock to many of the bloggers writing from and about Pakistan. While Bhutto's politics may be controversial, her assasinaton comes at a time...

Sri Lanka: Being Tami

groundviews on the experience of being Tamil in Sri Lanka.

Pakistan: Churches in Pakistan

All Things Pakistan wishes its readers on Christmas, and links to one of their old posts with photographs of churches in Pakistan.

Nepal: On Democracy

Bahas on the current political scenario – commenting on consensus and democracy.

India: Photographs from abroad

Glimpses of life abroad in the 70s (or so) at Sepia Mutiny. Beautiful photographs.

India: No buyers for tea

My Himachal on a crisis that has hit tea producers in Kangra Valley – no buyers.

Nepal: Parallel peace process

Nepali Netbook probes the peace process in Nepal.

Bangladesh: Outsourcing sacrifice

Bangladesh Corporate Blog wonders if there is a more convenient way to take care of animal sacrifices required for religious reasons.

Sri Lanka: Tsunami and Verse

Moving Images, Moving People! writes a moving post on the anguish the Tsunami caused.

India: Tweetup!

A Tweetup (or Twitter Meetup) in Mumbai, probably the first one in India – more information at Gauravonomics.

India: Children, violence and guns

karmickids is shocked by a shootout in a school in India – and why she isn't likely to buy her kid any toy guns.

Sri Lanka: Three years after the Tsunami

Chuls Bits & Pics on the tsumani, after three years – remembering those who died, and asking where all the money went.

India: Delhi from the sky

synchroni-cities has a beautiful post on Delhi as seen on wikimapia.

Sri Lanka: GK3, Meek and Geek

Moving Images, Moving People with impressions of the Third Global Knowledge Conference or GK3 held in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia.

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