Vakow, SMS blogging and sharing site now supports different indian languages. Basically on there end Vakow started supporting unicode, so users who want to type the message in any Indian language needs to use Google Indic transliterate tool to create a message and then post it on Vakow. Currently these unicode SMSes cannot be shared on phone, but can be shared via email, orkut and facebook. Earlier rediff has invested an undisclosed amount in Vakow, which according to Rahul Gupta (Vakow's CEO) is not huge. Vakow is also looking for fulltime/intern position.