Monthly Archives: June 2005

A Thousand Desires

Hazaaron khwahishain aisi ke har khwahish pe dam nikleBahut nikle mere armaan lekin phir bhi kam nikle…Sudhir Mishra portrays Ghalib’s angst in a politico-romantic mould on celluloid. The results are satisfactory. Hazaaron Khwahishain Aisi refrains from making an overt political … Continue reading

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Rain, Rain, Come Again

Being born and brought up in the cloud-infested state of Meghalaya, I didn’t have much of a liking for water drops from the heavens. It pours and pours incessantly for days at a stretch, with short breaks for a couple … Continue reading

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Wikiexperience

I had discovered Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia a few years ago. It started on January 15, 2001 and today it is a humungous collection. The best part of it besides it being absolutely FREE (in the truest sense of the … Continue reading

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‘Deep Throat’ Speaks Up

‘Deep Throat’ is former FBI man Mark Felt. The Watergate investigations by the Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein once inspired me – a wannabe journalist still slogging to clear his papers at the university. But isn’t that … Continue reading

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Think About It

A friend once told me, “It’s possible to awaken a sleeping man, but not one who is pretending to be asleep.” Think about it.

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