The 20 most-read stories on Churumuri in 2007

With 2007 just hours from becoming history, it’s time to look at the 20 stories that clocked the most pageviews and the most comments on churumuri.com in the year gone by. And like a packet of churumuri, it took a bit of this and a dash of that to make it a delectable experience on both sides of the browser.

Articles on language, literature, IT, identity, human rights, religion, cricket, technology, trends, movies, music and media, among other issues—local, regional, national and international—grabbed the most interactive eyeballs, some of them being sticky enough for the mainstream media to take notice.

To all of you, from all of us, here’s a big thank-you for making churumuri.com a part of your web media consumption. We wish you a new year full of peace, success, happiness, good health, and a little prosperity. May 2008 be what you want it to be, and may we all retain the hunger to question everything without ever losing our sense of humour. And let’s do everything in moderation—including moderation.

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Jana gana mana makes foreigners uneasy: NRN

S.L. Bhyarappa vs U.R. Anantha Murthy

Google video: The S.L. Bhyrappa interview

Who’s Anantha Murthy? What’s his contribution?

Where has our compassion and tolerance gone?

CHURUMURI POLL: Did civil India fail Dr Haneef?

‘If IT takes away Bangalore’s values, burn IT’

Why Bangalore hates the English media culture

M.S. Sathyu vs Karnataka Rakshana Vedike

Sign of an alive democracy or a sad mobocracy?

CHURUMURI POLL: Karnataka, Bihar of the South?

Are Kannadigas becoming insecure of Tamilians?

How legal was Adam Gilchrist‘s hidden squash ball?

Should K.J. Yesudas be let into the Guruvayur Temple?

Guess which laptop brand NDTV likes the most?

11 similarities between the iPhone and Rajnikant

One question I’m dying to ask Narayana Murthy

Kissing isn’t a part of our culture; pissing is?

How Kannada filmdom is killing Kannada film music

The sexiest South Indian South Asian woman

And the most elastic buddhijeevi of the year is…