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In defence of the Bangalore IT-ians.

In defence of the Bangalore IT-ians. Well the interviewer sounded like he talked of Delhi elections, anyway not my concern. Anyway, first and foremost most of these young some things are not Indians, they are American who, happen to be born to parents of Indian genes.  The parents are aware that they are but … Continue reading

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Human Trafficking.

Last evening  at the university circle there were about 6 two wheelers all of them rented with young boys and girls, the girls bordering obese, wearing shorts and singlets and an alliteration with the cop was going on, they were harassing the cop. With them were two Goan boys  they were sex workers hired by … Continue reading

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The Un-Indian of Wall Street.

Hello Un-Indians I mean the “intellectual‘s” who were born in India, had their basic education on Indian soil through Indian tax payer’s money and have adopted a new country. I don’t even like to call you NRI’s. Thanks for your interest in our piddly politics, we appreciate you writing “Indian saga’s” in you Wall Street … Continue reading

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My middle class Apathy withstands ….

It was my Middle class Apathy vs. Harsh Mander’s reclaiming governance for the poor, As a part of International centre’s series on good governance Harsh Mander ex-bureaucrat, novelist and a social—what shall call him activist came to deliver a talk, he was to talk on reclaiming the governance  for the poor, looked like he got … Continue reading


“Shakira meets Muhammad Ali”

Originally posted on Curious to the MAX:
“‘I have cerebral palsy. I shake all the time,” Maysoon Zayid announces at the beginning of this exhilarating, hilarious talk. (Really, it’s hilarious.) “I’m like Shakira meets Muhammad Ali.” With grace and wit, the Arab-American comedian takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her adventures as an actress,…

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Its not cricket… Its not cricket…. Yes, I belong to the school of thought that thinks Cricket is a luxury, a waste or resources, like time and money. Spending 2500/ticket for a match to me is criminal. Yet what is visible is that cricket is like a wine house, pundit ho ya maulvi sab ko mel karti … Continue reading