If that's the reason then rediff forums should be blocked first!
by sharetheworld (View MyPage) on May 25, 2007 02:56 AM | Hide replies
Going by that logic, rediff forums should be blocked first which have so many hateful, violent and abusive messages all over!! Then block all the fundamentalist websites (BJP, Congress and the likes).. why just some bloggers!
RE:If that's the reason then rediff forums should be blocked first!
by Manish Sinha (View MyPage) on Jul 03, 2007 03:25 PM
First block this rediff site,so many annoying popups... It also hosts so many hateful content, bloggers are sharing knowledge.... ______________________________________________ Check my tech blog for more info http://www.manishtech.info
Oh, brave new India That has such babus and netas int!
(With apologies to Miranda in The Tempest, Act V, Scene 1)
I have always suspected that, no matter who be in power, under the veneer of democracy, the Indian State a Jurassic Age continuation of the British Raj tends to be callous, rapacious and ruthless in its dealings with the citizens. Now Im beginning to fear it has turned mindless, skirting dangerously close to senility.
Indian blogger should be unite to protest against censorship!
by Amrita Menon (View MyPage) on Jul 20, 2006 07:43 PM | Hide replies
I am also totally confused by the decision of DoT. There are so many questions are arising in my minds. What is the intention of Indian government behind the decision of blocking blog websites? Do they really want to serve the nation\\\'s security or want to make little diversion to reach these websites by using proxy sites like inblog.net? If our government wants to serving motherland by cutting off the way of communication of extremist groups, then how we can still accessing all those banned websites within a minute? If govt. is thinking that they have done a great job, its wrong. Fact is that, they are technically failed. Anti-social elements are still communicating through the same websites which are banned. If they really want to serve our motherland then why have they left behind the map of back door and if they want to divert our path then why are they raving about national security?
by Utsav Patel (View MyPage) on Feb 14, 2007 10:20 PM
There is absolutely anything possible in this country. No surprises left for me. If tomorrow taliban comes and proposes to buy the country and if the politicians sell it, it would just be another piece of news for me.