Skip to main content in 2009

By RK Rishikesh Sinha, New Delhi

What was the health of the site in the year 2009? Statistically speaking, over 31, 000 pages of the site were opened by 16, 000 visits of the readers.

Indian readers accounts for 77.77 per cent of the total readership of the site. Followed up by the United States (7.39 %), United Arab Emirates (3.44 %), United Kingdom (1.54 %), Bahrain (1.19 %) …

Besides these, in countries like Bangladesh, Canada, Australia, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Qatar, and Oman, the site has sizable population of Bishnupriya Manipuri readers.

However, there are readers from Norway, Spain and Hong Kong, about them it is very difficult to conclude whether they are Bishnupriya Manipuri or are those who are interested to the Bishnupriya Manipuri topics that the site is devoted to.

Readers from these countries – what do they do in the site – is interesting.

Analyzing deeper into the statistics, readers from Norway are the one who are leaps and bounds above the rest of the readers of the site with respect to average time spent on this site. They open the site for hours continuously! Whereas the average time spent by Indians is 4 minutes, the Norway readers spent more than 1 hour on this site.

What actually they do on the site? Though the visits come from Oslo, the capital of Norway, the pages of the site that are being opened are quite interesting. The readers are not voracious with each and every posts published here, the pages that were selected and read with penchant are: Is it right time for our social organizations to go online? and Let us help each other.

Are the readers from Norway Bishnupriya Manipuris or not? It is difficult to say. Whoever he or she was – if cookies to be believed – there has not been any visit after October 11, 2009 (he or she has been frantic in the initial months of the year 2009). What happened to him or her? God knows.

These are countries : Tunisia, Czech Republic, South Africa, Myanmar [Burma], Egypt, Jamaica, Morocco, Nigeria, Tanzania, Serbia, Burkina Faso, Croatia, and Rwanda, from where readers have visited the site and spent ample amount of time reading few of the articles. The readers are not Bishnupriya Manipuris.

The article on which readers spent maximum amount of time is Rasa Dance performed by Bishnupriya Manipuri community in Delhi on 18 January 2009. Total 35 minutes.

This was a short interesting glimpse of the site in this year. Let us see what it shows up the next year. What shape does it take?

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  1. interesting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!because they are not UIO....


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