Archive for November 14th, 2007

Happy Children’s Day!

As I am in hurry to be at home today..and would not have access to Internet at home..here are some impressions I have about children in India. I will leave you to ponder over these images today on the eve of Children’s day.

Children at mid day lunch at government school

Girl Ragpicker

Rag picker Girl: Where is her childhood?

Privileged Kids

Privileged are they?

Street Computer A hole in the wall! (NIIT Experiment)

Child Labour 1

child labour 2

Child Labour

innocence

Innocence!

Any ideas about what we could do to retain that innocence?

Interviewing A Champion Blogger

Ever since Ish had received 2 lakh hits in his blog, I had thought of interviewing his blogging experience. His blog, Dead End, is a mammoth book in itself (Ish, have you ever considered taking out a ebook out of it?) and subjects range from his personal life, world, books, religion, TV shows to Atif Aslam.

I finally managed to have Ish’s interview this Diwali. Only instead of publishing his interview here at Visceral Observations, I posted it on Being A Blogger, a blog that has aim of interviewing more champion bloggers.

In this disarmingly honest interview, Ishmeet candidly speaks how he wants to keep his blog personal than a money-making venture, embarrassments caused in real life by his blog, the lessons learnt during his blogging journey and more.

Read Ish’s complete interview here at Being A Blogger.

Thank you, Ish. 🙂


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