Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Back!

Back in India, and back to regular blogging on Livefist from tomorrow. Thanks for all the messages, folks.

14 comments :

Anonymous said...

Good to see you back, safe & sound :D

Mirza said...

Great you are out of it just in time.

TC

SS said...

Welcome back.. !

Anonymous said...

Nice to see ya fella...

joygoswami said...

Welcome Back, Shivji. God was with you and would be once again :)

saptarshi [Sachi dulal das] said...

good to see u back shiv,,i was missin ur updates on indian defence,,THE LIBYA SOJOURN updates were good but really felt bored due to lack outstanding indian defence reports by the great mr aroor....good to hav u back

Anonymous said...

Hi Shiv,
Good to see you back in one piece from Libya. Can't wait anymore for your weekly updates in livefist

Anonymous said...

What an amazing experience to have been so close to real combat and real "Rebels" in the ME !

This is one experience you are not going to forget! Brilliant reporting.

Glad Indian journalists are pushing boundaries.

Anonymous said...

I hope you agree that heaven is - INDIA!

Anonymous said...

I missed ur updates regarding indian deffence.

Gautam said...

Good job, well done, and glad you are safe.

On one hand we have our Barkhas and Sanghvis who give opinionated and selective 'news' reports from 5-star accomodations and get hyped to high heaven as out 'greatest' journalists.

And on the other hand we have down-to-earth people like you, who take real risks to bring out the truth and are rarely credited as much as you deserve.

Dinakar Peri said...

Welcome back Shiv... glad you are in one piece :) waiting for the usual posts...

Anonymous said...

Hey
Awesome that you're back.
Just a suggestion: you should expand you're reporting to civilian energy issues especially progress on the three stage thorium cycle related developments. Its one of India's most ambitious programs but rarely reported
Thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi Shiv, welcome back. Nice to have you back safe and sound. Too bad the same can't be said about those opposition blokes you were with in Libya. But the fact is that their fates were sealed the day they took the violent route for revolution.

History has shown time and again that it's the non-violent uprising which ultimately triumphs -- be it India, South Africa or recently Tunisia & Egypt. Had we gone along with Netaji Subhas Bose and his dudes instead of Bapu, we'd still be saluting the Union Jack!