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Size should not be the prime concern : Friday Magazine reviews MISSION NIZAMUDDIN

Jaihoon collected all his tweets from his travels across India and published what he describes as “a twitter travelogue”, FRIDAY magazine, Gulf News, features MISSION NIZAMUDDIN

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ട്വിറ്റർ യാത്രാവിവരണം പ്രകാശനം ചെയ്‌തു : Madhyamam & Manorama

മലപ്പുറം സ്വദേശി മുജീബ് ജൈഹൂന്‍ രചിച്ച പുസതകം ഷാര്‍ജ അന്താരാഷ്ട്ര പുസ്തകോല്‍സവത്തില്‍ ആസ്‌ട്രേലിയ റൈറ്റേഴ്‌സ് ഫെസ്റ്റിവല്‍ ഡയറക്ടര്‍ ലിസ ഡെംപ്‌സ്റ്റര്‍ ആണ് പ്രകാശനം ചെയ്തത്.

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MISSION NIZAMUDDIN, World’s First Twitter Based Micro Travelogue, Launched in UAE (Video & Gallery)

Lisa Dempster, Director, Emerging Writers Festival, Australia, launched MISSION NIZAMUDDIN in UAE at the Sharjah International Book Fair 2010

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A travelogue so tweet

Here’s a hot tweet for all the Twitterati out there. A UAE resident has published the world’s first-ever Twitter-based micro-travelogue, reports Sajila Saseendran in Khaleej Times

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Faisal Bin Ahmed reports on the twitter based travelogue on Gulf Roundup on the Malayalam satellite network Asianet

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Mission Nizamuddin

The book, which takes less than 15 minutes to finish, is a compilation of his travel across the four Indian states of Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan during the early months of year 2010 composed within the limits of the 140 characters.

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Mission Nizamuddin (The Micro Travelogue) : Day 3

Jaihoon visits the Sunday Market in Delhi on Day 03 of Mission Nizamuddin. Intellectual property is a right very relative in nature. What if the classical scholars of old had clung onto this abstract right?

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Mission Nizamuddin (The Micro Travelogue) : Day 2

Went in the metro to the World Book fair. The Hindi stall was prominent among others.

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Roads here followed the Darwinian theory of Survival of the Fittest, literally only. That meant, survival of those fit in size. Easy for small vehicles, bad for buses and the like.

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