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A blog is a personal online diary maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary and description of events.


The term blog came from the word "web log" which was coined by John Barger in 1997. Peter Merhloz broke the word web log into the phrase "we blog" in 1999 and then the word became popular as both a noun and verb.


Everyday bloggers are writing about 200K posts around the world on various topics ranging from personal diaries to world polictics.


Blogging has become so popular in India that our Bollywood actors have also started unveiling their thoughts through their personal blogs.

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Shilpa Shetty at 38: She is no stranger to 11 controversies Shilpa Shetty at 38: She is no stranger to 11 controversies
Posted by Stranger 08 June, 2013.
1. Shilpa Shetty, who is making headlines for her alleged involvement in IPL match-fixing case turns 38 today. On her birthday, we make you familiar with the controversies she has been embroiled in. Shilpa Shetty took to Twitter to put forth her opinion. "For those who care,my apparent involvement in betting is complete nonsense and I have never bet on any cricket match ever.Truth will prevail (sic)," her tweet read. 2. In April 2006, non-bailable warrants were issued against READ MORE
The greatest ransom ever paid The greatest ransom ever paid
Posted by Blackrose 30 March, 2012.
We must recall the sordid story of how Christianity was spread at the point of sword and temptation. Only one instance which amply exemplified the typical attitude of the Christian missionaries, who were inspired by this noble job, may be cited here. Francisco Pizarro planned his expedition against the Incas of America in the year 1524-25. The purpose of expedition was to reap a harvest of not only gold, but also souls. As father Fernando de-laque, a Roman catholic priest promised READ MORE
Remember our real heroes
Posted by Ramaswamy 14 February, 2012.
Today happens to be Valentines Day a cheap celebration that we have copied from the west. I do say that love is a very holy entity. Even the Heavens shower their blessings on love as long as it emanates from the heart truly and sincerely. But Valentines Day involves a number of vices like sex and drugs which obviously is not in line with our Indian culture. This day in the year 1931 three great sons of India Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev were hanged at Lahore. Does any Indian spare READ MORE
Indian Identity - Philosphical Issues and Current Version of History Indian Identity - Philosphical Issues and Current Version of History
Posted by RP_Singh 28 January, 2012.
I. INTRODUCTION Since becoming free of British Imperialist rule in 1947, modern India's ideological space had been for the subsequent four and half decades circumscribed by an essentially a pro-Soviet Union and Left--leaning socialist, secular and ostensibly democratic framework,Philosophical issues were also debated within that framework, termed loosely as "Marxist". The Left-leaning intellectuals saw the Indian identity in a geographical and not civilisationally or philosophically, as READ MORE
A pitiful confession of a banawat mahatma A pitiful confession of a banawat mahatma
Posted by DannyM 07 October, 2011.
(1) Mahatma Gandhi in a note in today's Harijan (26-8-39) answers the question why only prohibition is taken upon and such evils as "satta" in the share market, gambling, cinemas and races have not been tackled. (2) Mahatma Gandhi says that "these evils are serious and should be dealt with. But who will bell the cat?" he asks. "If I could have, I should have dealt with the lady long ago. I have my limitations. I have only recently shown that I am not so powerful as some people imagin READ MORE
The great Mahatma The great Mahatma
Posted by DannyM 07 October, 2011.
The following letter has been addressed to Mahatma Gandhi by Comrade Anukul Chandra Chatterjee on behalf of the released political prisoners regarding the political prisoners on hunger strike ( published in 1939) Dear Mahatmaji, (i) We are extremely aggrieved to go through your statement to the press rejecting the representations made to you from various quarters to take leadership of the movement.... (ii) While the prisoners were on hunger strike in 1937 you gave them this READ MORE
Tribute to young bengali revolutionery Tribute to young bengali revolutionery
Posted by aditi 11 August, 2011.
Khudiram Bose was born on 3 December 1889 in the village Habibpur in the Midnapore district of Bengal. He was the son of Trailokyanath Basu and Lakshmipriya Devi. Bose was one among the youngest revolutionaries of India's freedom struggle. He earned the reputation of a dare-devil, maverick and adventurer even before reaching adolescence. He, at the age of 16, threw the first bomb over the British who were crushing India. He had planted these bombs near the police station where many offici READ MORE
The Tajmahal-some  unknown facts The Tajmahal-some unknown facts
Posted by DannyM 11 April, 2011.
This article deals with the Taj Mahal, the magnificent marble edifice on the banks of the river Jamuna, in the southern part of Agra city. It is generally believed by historians and laymen alike that the building was erected as a mausoleum by the 5th generation Mogul Emperor Shah Jahan in the memory of his wife Mumtaz Mahal, and that the period of its construction was 1631-53 AD. The basis of these claims has been questioned by Shri P. N. Oak in his book "The Taj Mahal is a Temple Palace." READ MORE