Category Archives: Memoirs

A memorable weekend at Garudmachi

(Warning: Long post) A few weeks ago, chopper aka Vasudeo Gharpure was in India, and Vasant Vasant Limaye aka Balya had organized a get together at his residence in Pune. Many of us could meet there and we had a … Continue reading

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Trek to Tikona

We have a big, enthusiastic group of trekkers in our office. After our trek to Naneghat last year, many people have been asking me about having a trek this year too. I had also noticed that a lot of first … Continue reading

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They used all their marbles :-)

A strange news story caught my eye last week. It was titled Gambians Vote with Marbles. A sliver of land wedged into Senegal, Gambia has 1.7 million citizens but only 800,000 are eligible to vote. More than half of the … Continue reading

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Musical Housie

Our Company, Skyscape, started it’s operations on 19th November 2000. Since last few years, we celebrate the Friday around 19th November as our Annual Day. There are lot of “”extra-curricular” activates around the annual day. These include sports like carrom, … Continue reading

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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow…

I am writing this post today for a contest, Love is a two way street: Love your hair and it loves you back!, sponsored by Dove & IndiBlogger, the popular directory of Indian blogs. I can see some of you, … Continue reading

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Another accident in Nepal…

A news in today’s TOI said 10 Indian tourists killed in in Nepal plane crash. The plane was a sight seeing plane that took the passengers to see the mighty Himalayas from the sky. The probable cause for the crash … Continue reading

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Trek to Naneghat

It all started when some of us from office went to attend Vishal’s wedding in Badlapur. As we approached the wedding venue, the whole mountain range from Tavli to Matheran was visible. The view was breath-taking. Naturally, the conversation turned … Continue reading

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