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Neha Viswanathan · August, 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 August, 2007

Pakistan: The Supreme Court

Metroblogging Islamabad on the role of the Supreme Court in politics and the implications.

Pakistan: Karachi and Liveability

All Things Pakistan on The Economist's Global Liveability Index, where Karachi finds itself ranked amongst the least liveable cities.

India: Blasts in Hyderabad

The bomb blasts in Hyderabad provoke Thought Process to write about the city and the tragedy.

Pakistan: The Rickshaw

All Things Pakistan on the iconic rickshaw, a fixture on the streets of South Asia.

Nepal: Legal Process and Money

Legal News From Nepal comments on the escalating prices for legal processes.

India: Fascinating Ramanujan

Ramanujan, the mathematician continues to fascinate people. Hawkeye on why this might be.

India: On Facebook

confused of calcutta on the kneejerk reactions to Facebook.

Nepal: Madhesi Women

Kathmandu Speaks on the changing roles of Madhesi women. “Participants of the historic convention, the first of its kind for the Madhesi women, expressed their longing for peace and freedom...

India: Photographs from a temple

Photographs from a temple at Prabhu n Ferrari. “Tiruvalam is around 25 kms from Vellore. There is a very famous Sivan temple there called as ‘Vilvanatheeswarar Devasthanam’. “

Bangladesh: Disability and access

Voice of South on ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities in Bangladesh

Bangladesh: Students, clashes and a curfew

Following the trouble at the Dhaka university, a curfew is announced in Bangladesh. More as Rezwan tracks the developments.

India: Food names and sexual harassment

Blank Noise Project has a list of food names that women get called by street harassers.

Bhutan: A brand called Democracy

For A Democracy takes a closer look at the brand of “democracy” where powerful families appear to hold on to their power, and comments on what democracy in Bhutan might...

Pakistan: Arms Race

The Pakistani Spectator on the Arms Race, and what Saudi Arabia's strategy should be.

Bangladesh: Dhaka University

Rezwan points to blog reactions on the trouble in Dhaka University, sparked by “comments passed by an armed forces personnel during a soccer match on the university gymnasium ground where...

India: Wedding Rituals

Doing Jalsa and Showing Jilpa has a wonderfully flippant and thought provoking post – on challenging rituals and traditions that go into a wedding.

Bangladesh: Floating Classrooms

Voice of South on children learning on boats. “From a single boat in 2002, that provided very basic education to girls who had never been to school before, the project...

Sri Lanka: Cops and Privacy

Indi.ca on cops visiting at early morning hours and privacy.

Pakistan: Lal Masjid and after

Metroblogging Islamabad on the impact of the Lal Masjid fiasco on the younger generation.

Nepal: Building a House

Wagle Street Journal on building houses in Kathmandu, and on observing “unskilled” labour.

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