Here are some excerpts from the article that was penned by Sunita Sohrabji:
NROL - launched last year by a group of friends who all went to high school together in India and then ended up living in India - gets half a million hits a month, 70 per cent from the US. There are columns on cricket, football, yellowpages (as on most sites, curiously devoid of information), news links to Indian newspapers and a novel "poets' corner" with attemots at verse from Nriols readers. Need we say more? A plus: Nriol's classified ads actually had ads. The hottest listing were matrmonials (307) and employment ads based in India.
NRIOL Editor's note,
1. NRIOL works with Netscape too. At the time the article was written, our site was experiencing temporary problems being viewed through Netscape. This was because of technical glitches arising out of newsfeeds from a partner site.
2. NRIOL's founders are still NRIs - they still live abroad, and have not "ended up living in India" as the article states.
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