Monthly Archives: November 2006

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What Hails Indian Cricket

Does the Sachar Committee report on the socio-economic status of Muslims in India look into the film industry and the Indian Cricket team? In both Bombay ruled for long, but like the city of Bombay both have astonishing tales to … Continue reading

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A Movie and a Martyr

Just finished watching a documentary on (broadcast on NDTV 24X7) the man whose death familiarised the term ‘whistleblower’ to the Indian public. Today is the third anniversary of Satyendra Kumar Dubey’s death. The documentary – Satyendra Jayate – was very … Continue reading

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Birds of the Same Feather

There might not be many left at Trafalgar Square (readers from London will know better). But Delhi still has a lot of them, my white T-shirts drying in the sun bear evidences of their existence and properly functioning digestive systems. … Continue reading

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The Real Rubber Man

At Rs 80 a week, TIME magazine’s prohibitively expensive. Considering I spend over five per cent of my take-home earning every month on printed matter, adding another Rs. 320 to the account seems unreasonable, given the fact that I end … Continue reading

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Das’ Capital

[For so long I was under the impression that story tips (inclusive of background material) were meant for the mainstream media people. Today, post lunch, when I found an email in my inbox, I thought that it would the usual … Continue reading

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Isspecial Cutting Chai – November 2006

I have been staying away from home for the last five-and-a-half years (long time, and it passed by so fast). Of the many things that this experience has taught me, the most evident is my skills in the kitchen. I … Continue reading

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