Bangalore IndiBlogger Meet 2009

We’re back, and we can’t wait for this meet to start! The Bangalore meet last year was a load of fun, and it was the meet that inspired so many others all over India. This time around, we have a session on the much awaited Windows 7 instead of the session on Live Writer. We also have a session on blogging rights and freedom of speech which will moderated by the guys at So if you’re from Bangalore or if you’re going to be in Bangalore this weekend, this is a must-attend event!

Register here:

Ranking of 6000+ Indian blogs from

BinaryDay, one of the most active bloggers on the IndiBlogger Forum, has compiled some interesting stats using the blogs from

Here are the rankings based on Google PageRank:

Total Blogs studied : 6020
Maximum Pagerank : 6
Minimum Pagerank : 0

Pagerank # of blogs % of total blogs
PR 0 2749 46%
PR 1 731 12%
PR 2 1069 18%
PR 3 941 16%
PR 4 428 7%
PR 5 94 2%
PR 6 8 0%

428 blogs with PR4 – now that’s a pleasant surprise! Although blogger still seems to be the preferred choice over wordpress, with 3976 on blogger and only 741 on wordpress.

Read the complete report here, where you can see the list of PR 8 blogs and other interesting information.

Binardyday has compiled rankings based on Alexa here. Frankly, I’m not a big fan of either PR or Alexa, so I can’t wait for him to complete his analysis which is going to include backlinks, technorati rank, number of social bookmarks and feedburner subscribers.

Cross posted on the IndiBlogger blog.

Mumbai terror attack: Bollywood fearing loss of revenue?

I know… WTF? I was just reading this, and quite frankly it’s disturbing that there are actually people talking about, and reporting stuff like losses of revenue to freakin’ bollywood, even while the hostage crisis is still going on!!

Definitely, the attack will affect and it will last for a month. The loss of 20-25 per cent is expected this time, as the impact of blasts is huge. Last time after the Delhi serial blasts, we saw that audiences preferred to stay home despite big releases,” says Vishal Kapoor, CEO, Fun Cinemas.”

Mumbai bloggers, on the other hand have come together and shouted out on their blogs about this latest terror attack. Have a look here:

Mumbai bloggers speak out on the terror attacks>