Monthly Archives: August 2007

Post from the Past: Wrongfully Left In a Righteous World

[I will try to occasionally post posts that I had posted in the past which might still be relevant today. Obviously the new label/category Post from the Past will reflect the best of Cutting the Chai] Many Windows versions ago, … Continue reading

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‘RAW, Mossad, IRA join hands to bomb Pak’

The headline may sound as sensational as if it was from one of the television news channels (who are a major source of worry for the K-queen Ekta Kapoor). Though any such possibility might seem remote now (but you never … Continue reading

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Good Riddance, Pesky Callers

For once the adholic in me was pleased to see an advertisement released by the Directorate of Audio Visual Publicity (DAVP) – who aren’t exactly known for creativity in advertising. This ad was in typical DAVP style – unappealing. But … Continue reading

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Indian Express recommends Cutting the Chai

In a blatant act of self-promotion if I were to highlight a blurb on the side panels of this blog, then this does sound good: “We recommend this tea” – The Sunday Indian Express Since I don’t intend to be … Continue reading

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Drop Down Label Feed for New Blogger

Many readers of this blog might not be interested in all the assorted rubbish that I post here; they might have a liking for only some specific kind of crap. Someone who looks forward to my comics post might not … Continue reading

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Happiness in the Gutter

This is the best in Radio Mirchi’s Mirchi sunnewale always khush campaign. Simple concept, beautiful execution, high recall value. Man working inside a sewage pipe, singing on the top of his voice. “Yeh suhana mausam, yeh khula aasmaan, kho gaye … Continue reading

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