(This post is a part of a series on the 40th anniversary of the imposition of Emergency in India) This unofficial Google doodle pays tribute to the Indians who put in their best to uphold the principles of democracy in the dark days of the Emergency. The doodle draws its obvious inspiration from the iconic [Read more]
The idea first came as a tweet last night and transformed into a comic this morning. The Union Minister for Communications & Information Technology Kapil Sibal is finally tweeting (had invited him for a conversation two years ago) and this calls for a comic (pun intended).
The infamous Indian sister-in-law, after her initial brush with the Indian law in 2009 when the domain savitabhabhi.com was shown the red flag by sarkari babus, remained low for a while before making a comeback on a new domain.
Update (23 September 2010): Bing now allows Indians to search for sex. But only text no photos or videos. Microsoft silently made available to the public its new (actually Live Search on energy boosters) search engine Bing.com – they prefer to call it a “decision engine”. And the online world was abuzz with buzz about [Read more]