It’s Sunday. It’s 9am on the day when in 1984 Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean won gold at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo.
You want to see the easiest leaflet delivery in the world, don’t you? But first, the news and blogs.
2 Must-Read Blog Posts
What are other Liberal Democrat bloggers saying? Here’s are two posts that have caught the eye from the Liberal Democrat Blogs aggregator:
- Paperchase and Copywrong: James Graham’s take on the Paperchase copyright story
- Women Can’t Jump – Need for Gender Balance: Stephen Glenn on sexism and the Olympics
Spotted any other great posts in the last day from blogs that aren’t on the aggregator? Do post up a comment sharing them with us all.
2 Big Stories
You probably know the news from the UK. So here’s the news from India.
Blast breaks lull in India – foreigners among bakery bomb victims
At least nine people were killed when a bomb ripped through a popular Pune café packed with foreign tourists this evening, the terror strike shattering the 14-month lull that followed 26/11.
Five women were among those who died in the explosion, described by home minister P. Chidambaram as a “significant terrorist incident”, at German Bakery, a favourite hangout of westerners and Indians alike. [The Telegraph, India]
Talks will focus on terror: India
The first wide-ranging dialogue between India and Pakistan after the November 2008 Mumbai attacks will take place here on February 25.
This followed a phone call to Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao from her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir on Friday stating that February 25, one of the two dates suggested by India, was acceptable to Pakistan.
While New Delhi is open to discussing all subjects, including Kashmir and water, its focus will be on terror and the steps being taken by Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used for attacks against India. [The Hindu]
So here is the easiest leaflet delivery in the world, though note – tsk tsk – they didn’t push the leaflets all the way through: