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From Goa... to Chhattisgarh (where's that?)
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Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
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Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]
Frederick "FN" Noronha
2006-11-27 11:43:54 UTC
Permalink
Tehelka is a fairly thought-provoking paper (like the Outlook
magazine), and together with the 'Indian Express' and the 'Hindu',
these are some of my favourite papers/magazines. Just this morning,
while on the inter-state bus, I was reading this story:

Trapped between Naxals and Salva Judum
http://www.tehelka.com/story_main22.asp?filename=Ne112506Trapped_between_p10.asp

Towards the end of the text, I was surprised to read: "Thanks to news
about him (the journalist facing the fire from two sides) being put
out by the Chhattisgarh Net website, international press freedom
groups have joined the Chhattisgarh Shramjivi Patrakar Sangh in
demanding ..."

Does the name sound familiar? Does it remind you of, say, Goanet?

It took me a second or two to realise what they were talking about...
Then it sunk it.

Herman Carneiro's Goanet influenced a generation of us, on to what can
be possible through a humble mailing list. In Goa, we have quite a few
lists. But there is still space for many more (specialist) lists. In
the course of my email, I suggested the idea to a friend Shubhranshu
Choudhary of the Chhattisgarh region. They set up Chhattisgarh net [
-- http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chhattisgarh-net/]

With 813 members, it has grown, and is today playing a role in that
distant region! They've even had a couple of meetings there...

So, if you get a chance to encourage someone to do something -- even
if only to replicate a positive idea in another context -- please do
so. You never know where things end up. One day you might just feel
happy for taking an idea forward. In however modest a role! FN
--
FN 9822122436 +91-832-240-9490 (phone calls after 1 pm please)
FLOSS, geeks, blogs: [http://planet.foss.in/]

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