Spent a good couple of hours going through as many blogs as I could think of and got completely lost trying to classify posts. So here's this week's Blog Mela, Shuffle style:
Sonia Faleiro writes about how a theater group is making a difference to the lives of the Chhara tribals. Sakshi Juneja writes about the hypocrisy surrounding virginity. Aekta examines the pros and cons of abortion. Primary Red has a two-part post on the Quiet Anti-Oil Revolution. Ash goes to see the Monkey trial. Vikrum Sequeria visits Ellora and Ajanta. Sublime Thoughts has some memorable moments in Delhi. Saket questions the Indian Legal system; Shivam responds. Rashmi Bansal shares her impressions of Indore. Nilu is bothered about Oscar categories.
Jai Arjun Singh pays his tribute to Spartacus. Falstaff reviews the latest Marquez. Great Bong mourns the passing of a friend with a heavy heart. Chandrachoodan bids Adieu to the blogosphere. Bombay comes back to Neha Viswanathan on the London tube. Thennavan has some suggestions on blogging etiquette. Amardeep Singh thinks Abu Salem is a Natural Born Killer. Samanth Subramanian reviews Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. Karthik finds the anthology of Sujatha's works a little too long and a little too repetitive.
Pratik Mhatre(yes, I know that's not his real name) has a new blog. Sunil L claims that the Pacific Northwest does have a fall and has photos to prove it. The Compulsive Confessor explores alternate professions. Shoefiend contemplates time. Arzan has a post on who owns the Internet. Sooraj thinks India is in danger. Ravi is confused. Sapphire has a story about twenty five sheets. Gaurav Sabnis on Pawar, the Maratha Machiavelli. Anita Bora on two noteworthy performances. Neelakantan is hooked onto blogs. Reuben asks whether the $100 laptop makes sense. Abinandan revisits IIPM faculty pages! Dilip's follow-up post on GDP. Sagnik on that first gift. And Uma di is on vacation. Sigh.
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The next Mela will be hosted by Amit Varma at India Uncut. To sign-up to host a Mela, go here.