Tinu of course, Plus a whole lot of indic wiki guys pushing Wikimedia
in the vernacular press. :)
On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 7:58 PM, Vickram Crishna
> Top posting: yes, *sensitive* spots, not spots of possible connection with
> *national security*. The police take an active interest wherever money can
> be sniffed, not only where the government may or may not have an interest.
> In the former kind of places, one can very often discern an extra-legal aura
> of security, such as the disgraceful scene some months back when a motorist
> traveling south (Mumbaikars will know what I mean) on Peddar Road was
> harassed for taking a picture or two of Antillia from across the road.
> Picture taking there is totally and completely a legal act, of course, but
> harassment by police is not always worth going to court about. In that case,
> the media took an interest, which can be better than going to court
> sometimes. The trouble is that Wikipedians cannot always expect to be able
> to raise a media fuss, or to expect sympathy or empathy expressed in the
> media. But I must say that the media is taking a lot more of a positive and
> encouraging view of Wikimedian activities nowadays (a kudos to
> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 6:43 PM, Ravishankar <ravidre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 5:25 PM, Ashwin Baindur <ashwin.bain...@gmail.com>
>>> The Doll's Museum in New Delhi used to prohibit photography!
>> There are lot of places including museums and temples globally which
>> prohibit photography or require special permissions. The issue is
>> prohibiting when there is no clear prior notice.
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