Monthly Archives: July 2008

We need a family song!

I have always liked studying with the television on. I like studying with music on, but usually I get more involved with music and get easily distracted. Ideally, the television should be playing one of those old Hindi and Tamil … Continue reading


Filed under Funny, Music, Film and Art

On writing a dissertation

In the discussions I’ve had with all my friends who are equally annoyed about the dissertation process, we’ve figured this bit out. To write a dissertation, you need to waste a lot of time. You need to while away your … Continue reading


Filed under Funny, Self

Medley from Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin

If you haven’t heard this brilliant medley from Hum Kisi Se Kum Nahin, your Hindi film experience is incomplete. Yesterday, we ended up watching the film for a while on one of the tv channels, and I really loved the … Continue reading


Filed under Music, Film and Art

If you have time to kill..

Loads of time, that is, please go here. Klueless3 is truly time killing and hair pulling. For hints try this. Meanwhile I have a thesis to finish by August 28th. Which is why I am doing everything but actually working … Continue reading


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A Summer Day

The summer in this city is so fleeting that you don’t even invest in a summer wardrobe. Much as I whined my way through summers in Delhi and other cities, drowning in my own sweat and giddy-headed with dehydration, I … Continue reading


Filed under London, Photographs

Just 10 crores?

I am not sure about the numbers, but if 3 MPs are to be bought for 3.33 3 crores a head, it somehow seems like a very small sum given the scale of operations. Pandemonium gripped the Lok Sabha on … Continue reading


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Lalu’s Words

Impossible not to be impressed by Lalu Prasad Yadav’s oratory skills. The Lok Sabha is stunned into silence, punctuated by roaring laughter. For all his corruption and obvious flaws, this man knows how to talk to a big bunch of … Continue reading


Filed under India, Marketplace and All Things Current