Call for Nominations – The Indian National Interest blogroll

We are considering compiling a roll of bloggers who write about strategic affairs, foreign policy, national security, defence and military affairs and economic policy that affect India. Please tell us whom you’d like to nominate (name and URL) and why in the comments section of this post or by email. We’ll run through the nominations and put the ones we like on the blogroll.

10 thoughts on “Call for Nominations – The Indian National Interest blogroll”

  1. How about the Shahi Imam of Delhi? His blog will surely be interesting read. An example:
    ”We were rulers here for 800 years. Inshaallah, we shall return to power here once again”, he said to loud approval by the nearly 200 assembled men.’

    http://news.webindia123.com/news/articles/India/20060718/394446.html

    There might be a few police ‘Crack units’ related blogs, but I’m assuming they will only have news about which politician is coming in next whose security will have to be arranged.

  2. Nitin, heed the advice of this long time lurker and immediately add Rajeev Srinivasan’s blog to your rolls. You also need to come up an an apology and an explanation for not having done so as yet – after all, how can you and other prominent Indian bloggers (Amit Verma and Co.) so blatantly ignore the Master , the Nizhal Yodha himself ?

    http://rajeev2004.blogspot.com

    (of course , it is currently blocked because of the government ban on blogspot.

    try http://pkblogs.com/rajeev2004

  3. Atanu would be a great addition.

    Although a tad inflammatory, I dunno if you can get ex-Rediff columnist Varsha Bhosle to blog on here.

  4. Patrix
    The last I heard about Varsha was that she had taken a break from writing. Prem PAnicker from rediff confirmed it. I do not know if Prem still writes for rediff.

    I would recommend that the following writers should be included even though they are not bloggers:
    Arvind Lavkare
    Arindam Banerji – He used to contribute to rediff some time back but now no longer does so. But I have seen his writings on Sulekha sometimes – mainly in the comments section.
    Ramanand Sengupta and Saisuresh Sivaswamy from rediff. (These people maintain their own blogs)
    Praful Bidwai – I know this may sound bizzare, but I am keen to see if he can spar with people who do not follow his line of thinking and keep justifying his writings.

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