The middle of October is no time to showcase the best of Indian blogs for September. I'm not making any excuses for the fortnight's delay - just hoping that the sumptuous fare on display will help assuage frayed tempers. Enjoy.
AB slaps a man who slaps her back.
Deepa bumps into a Dhoni fan in a New York elevator.
And Falstaff rants against NYT's coverage of India's Twenty20 triumph.
The Great Bong blogs on an important issue - namely whether certain formations of rock on the sea floor were made by an army of dhoti-clad monkeys or not.
You should ask Rajaram about it. After all, he's the one caught in the middle.
Jabberwock comes away impressed by Johnny Gaddaar.
Suchitra Krishnamoorthi tries to get karma points by following up on an SMS.
Bikkupedia visits Ponmudi - where's that? It's a hill station in Kerala.
Sakshi wonders why divorce is no longer a dirty word in India.
That's all for now. The Blog Mela returns later this month. Keep watching this space for nomination guidelines. But before leaving, do please vote for the best post in the September 2007 Blog Mela.
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