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Over the years, Drishtikone has had many articles. Of the ones that I wrote, I wanted to pick some of my own favorites. Here is the list.
INDIA,ITS HISTORY AND POLITY
First thing first, WE ALL LOVE COMMENTS! Some accept it, some declare it on their blogs and some remain stoic on this issue.
Blogosphere is an amazing world, with each blog speaking its own mind, having its own personality. Your profile picture and your profile name is the window to the reader to your little world.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt’s made a speech two days ba
Are we as bloggers guilty of depriving the world from real and factual news reporting and the Death of Journalism as we know it?
I have often wondered who reads Drishtikone most? Well, I happened to check the demographics out on the Alexa site. And What do I get? Something very interesting! Compared the internet population, the population that accesses Drishtikone is highly represented by the following types:
- 45-54 years old
- With Graduate Degree
- With Children
- Browsing from Work.
That is a fairly interesting insight for me. Now, I write a lot about politics and India.. so I am wondering if that is what most of this demographic really like.
Just wanted to let you know that Drishtikone’s blogs are now available for subscription on Amazon’s Kindle. So, if you have Kindle and would like to read a unique perspective on topics and issues related to India and the rest of South Asia (including Pakistan etc), please do subscribe to Drishtikone.