Monthly Archives: March 2006

Simply Red

“Whenever I see red, I think of you,” said she and she and she and he and he. There is a certain appeal about the colour red that I own shirts, T-shirts, kurtas, jackets, pullovers and shawls of the Bolshevik … Continue reading

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Let There Be Light

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Thank God for the Blog

This post by K (kay translates to ‘who’ in Bangla – he prefers to remain anonymous and so should he) speaks of what plagues the Indian media and he’s not talking of the fast deteriorating quality. Maxim in its ‘Circus … Continue reading

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Radio Ga Ga

The language was Bangla, but the accent and the stories, distinguishably Chinese. An avid radio listener, my father tried to inculcate this dying habit into his sons. FM is not real radio. Short wave is. Radio Beijing with its waves … Continue reading

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Your Honour, mein nirdosh hoon!

Was doing a story on the mad rush for money at the B-schools and was somewhat lost in the highest, mean, median, laterals, PPOs, foreign and domestic. The last time I saw so many numbers together was writing my dissertation … Continue reading

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Photography is Prohibited. Say Cheese

Delhi Metro – the pride of the capital. Makes commuting a pleasure. The steel, cement and glass of the stations may not be photogenic, but sometimes you feel tempted to go shutter-happy. And many of us do. But if you … Continue reading

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Holi Shouldn’t be Colourfast

Back in the overwhelmingly non-vegetarian society, eggs were a sticky favourite during Holi. This time around, I believe they exercised a little restraint in cracking those shells on an unsuspecting reveller’s head, owing to the avian influenza scare. No one … Continue reading

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