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mumbai terror attacks

Are we asking the right questions?

December 3, 2008

Tweet A whole lot of questions are being asked about whether the Twitter #mumbai feed was citizen journalism or not. Many ‘sides’ are emerging in this debate. I found this post (thru’ a tweet by @MaryHodder) which asks How Should Journalists Use Twitter? I’m not so sure it’s the right question to be asking … […]

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Why I am deleting comments

November 30, 2008

Tweet I’m getting a huge load of comments around the politics of religion, of division and hate at my last few posts on the Mumbai terror attacks. While religion and politics may have a lot to do with the state of our world today, my blog’s not the forum to air or feed these divisions. […]

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Twitter meetup at Leopold Cafe Mumbai 30/11/2008

November 29, 2008

Tweet From Suketu Mehta‘s heartfelt piece in the OpEd at New York Times: If the rest of the world wants to help, it should run toward the explosion. It should fly to Mumbai, and spend money. Where else are you going to be safe? New York? London? Madrid? So I’m booking flights to Mumbai. I’m […]

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Mumbai Bleeds

November 27, 2008

Tweet {updated: 28 November 10.30 am IST} Some helpline numbers: List of Injured and Deceased JJ Hospital +91 22 23739031 St George’s Hospital – +91 22 22620240 Mumbai Police’s Helpline Numbers Taj helpline numbers for info about people stuck inside – +91 -22-66574322, +91-22-66574372, local toll free 1-800-111-825 Trident Hotel Helpline : 011-23890606, 011-23890505, 9810956888 […]

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