Monthly Archives: August 2011

You named me WHAT? Part II

A few days ago, I had written a post named “You named me WHAT?”, when I read the news that, a couple in Israel had named their child Like. I was reminded of that post by a very disturbing news, … Continue reading

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Who is Groucho Marx?

I came across this name, Groucho Marx , on consecutive two days and started wondering who this person is. Yesterday, as I was researching for my article, Have you heard this?, I read the introduction to the BooksTalk.in. Right at … Continue reading

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Have you heard this?

What is your idea of spending a pleasant evening when it’s drizzling outdoors? Normally, for me, it’s going for a short walk! But what if you don’t want to get too wet? That was my exact situation yesterday. I hit … Continue reading

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Musings of a wanderer

As most of my readers know by now, I love reading books. And an opportunity to get free books is just too difficult to pass. Such an opportunity actually presented itself. Blogadda.com, the largest community of bloggers in India, declared … Continue reading

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Rules don’t make a Ram

Yesterday’s Mumbai Mirror had an article, Rules don’t make a Ram, by Devdutt Pattnaik, which was a completely different take on the current events related to the anti-corruption movement spearheaded by Anna Hazare. I am a big fan of Devdutt. … Continue reading

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Honest Traffic Police!

Many people would consider the title of this post an oxymoron. Traffic police and Honest!! It doesn’t fit. I had written a post In defence of Mumbai Police, when the legendary singer Asha Bhosale, had publically criticised Mumbai Police for … Continue reading

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NRI kids come home to Gujrat gurukul

According to this news in today’s TOI, Wary Of Westernization,Parents Send 20 Children To Learn Indian Culture About a month ago,they were strutting in their latest denims,but now,they are more keen on keeping their feet firmly on the ground and … Continue reading

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