Monthly Archives: May 2008

Moving to Calcutta

That’s on my to-do list. It’s a promising city. Imagine remaining absent from duty for 15 years and still retaining the job. And to top it, securing a court order for payment of half the salary for the period. This … Continue reading


Filed under Funny, wtf

Death of a 14 Year Old

A kid in Noida is killed, and the media is having a field day. It looks like Aarushi (the child) was murdered by her own father. NDTV is going an on an overkill approach – a panel discussion, a peep … Continue reading


Filed under India, Media

On Logic, Faith and Women’s Bodies

There’s something extremely funny in seeing a person defend what is probably a faith-based action as something with a “scientific basis” to it. Obviously enough, it’s not the previous generation that does it. My grandmother will insist on having a … Continue reading


Filed under Random Links

Sorry for Affair Poems

Someone landed on this blog after googling for “sorry for affair poems“. Ah, someone’s had an affair and now is resorting to finding a suitable poem to apologize with. I am afraid my poems are way too cynical for such … Continue reading


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Parting my hair

Long time readers of this blog may know of my obsession with hair and hair styles. Well, as of today I am going to go out and obsess about how people part their hair. …hair raising observation among corporate America … Continue reading


Filed under Funny

Liveblogging from Pangea Day London!

Pangea Day! A day devoted to films. Four hours of film screened at various locations across the world. Paula (of GV) and I are in Somerset House (the main screening venue at London) and I am twittering this as it … Continue reading


Filed under Music, Film and Art

Summer, stripes and Joplin

After half a year of heavy jackets and coats, the whole idea of being able to walk out of your house in a linen shirt is a little weird. It’s wonderful, but at the same time, every time I get … Continue reading


Filed under London, Music, Film and Art, Photographs, Self