Remember those irritating courtship couples from the Airtel commercial. Their discussion on the separate veg and non-veg section on a night before their wedding, the selfie marathon on IM and their other disastrous all-night talks. It was impossible to watch television without those commercials. Well, roll the calender to a month, and there is new commercial that… Read More Which was the last watchable Airtel Commercial ?
Tagore is the true literary legend of India. From Nobel prize to penning national anthem of 2 countries, he had done it all. But until last month, I had not read much of him apart from some stories in the school text books. I had browsed through some pages of Gitanjali, only to realize that… Read More The World of Tagore’s Stories
It was Sunday and the Maritime Museum was closed. Well, that was my plan for the Sunday in Kochi: Museum, Churches, Art Gallerias and beach. I know, it sounds bit clique but the Lonely Planet magazine suggested me that Kochi is one place where I can do old timers traveling and I could not resist… Read More Travel Diary: Fort, Kochi
So it returns. The premier league leaves a big hole when its away and let me tell you, even the World Cup does not help much. So with the real league, comes fantasy league. Last season, I didn’t do too bad but I had terrible start. I captained Mata who never got a start, I… Read More Fantasy Premier League 2014-15- My pick
Many in India uses our culture and religious roots in the arguments. Many times, it looks like bringing gun to a knife fight. Last time, when it was widely used in argument was the event of Supreme Courts’ controversial decision on Section 377 of Indian Penal Code, dealing with LGBT’s rights in India. Also, the moralist used… Read More Book Review: Shikhandi And Other Tales They Don’t Tell You
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To say that I love family sagas would be an understatement. Plantagenets, Pallisers, Cazalets, Yorkists, Stuarts (naturally!), Mehra, Princes of Gwynedd – name any surname you like, if there is a book about them then I have read it or have it on my pile or I am waiting to hear…