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Number 9 Dream Jun 12, 2010 While I knew that Japan was driven to such desperation during World War II that they resorted to Kamikaze, I had no idea that a similar suicide unit iPad vs Kindle vs Wood pulp Apr 7, 2010 This passage I came across recently in Yeats Is Dead, struck a chord: “I think books are wonderful”, the woman said, evidently bent on Ladakh Vacation - Day 1 Sep 5, 2009 We were leaving everything behind - well for 9 days anyway - our work, the media, the Internet, the swine flu and the mosquitoes in the Kingfisher Notes from a Coorg visit in June Aug 5, 2009 The monsoon is supposed to be at its peak in June/July in Coorg. No such thing this year. An occasional drizzle which would threaten to grow into Munnar Apr 11, 2009 After the visit to Bhutan last year, I was convinced that I was not going to see hills or mountains so green ever again. The hills at Munnar might Yet another short trip to Coorg Apr 2, 2009 When we went to Coorg two weeks ago, we already knew that it was not going to be siginficantally cooler than Bangalore. And indeed, save for an Devdas - of the Kamal Haasan variety Feb 22, 2009 While looking for the Dev D music at a music store this weekend, I stumbled upon an older version of Devdas - rather Chandramukhi Devdas - starring From today, I won’t be mopey about mops Jan 18, 2009 When I moved to Bangalore, I wasn’t sure if I wanted a maid working in my house. It was partly out of concern for my privacy, partly driven by Ghajini or how I shouldn’t have begun my new year Jan 1, 2009 Ghajini is the sort of movie that makes you thank Aamir for doing only one movie a year. There are so many obvious lacunae in the plot (even for a My dogged determination to sleep runs into dogs Dec 20, 2008 It’s 3 AM in the morning and I find myself unable to sleep. The friendly neighborhood dogs are exceptionally frisky tonight and just wouldn’t stop Cambridge Sep 23, 2008 Cambridge I learnt that some things can be pretty, gaudy and pretty gaudy all at the same time. Clearly, it is something that do archer A Crow Sep 3, 2008 Crows might not be the stateliest of birds, but they can be adorable in their own peculiar way. Seeing a crow reminds me of two fables: a.) The Lion King Aug 23, 2008 Not related to the Disney movie or musical in any way. Spotted at a random building somewhere around Reagent’s Regent’s Park in London Galaxies Aug 17, 2008 Taken at the Lal Bagh Independence Day flower show 3 days ago. I went to the flower show on the 14th this time, and was able to avoid the 61 Years Of Indian Independence Aug 15, 2008 Indian Independence Day Here’s wishing everyone a happy Independence Day! Devil May Care Aug 12, 2008 That’s what these leaves seemed to be singing to the sun. This was taken near a cluster of bamboo at the Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary Mendicant Aug 11, 2008 I was drawn to this old man at Srirangapatna by the florescent-pink tilak on his forehead. I vaguely remember paying him for this An Archer Framed Into A Wall Aug 10, 2008 The Wall The Wall I am glad that I have a category called “Weird and Wonderful” under which I file photos, because for pictures like these, it comes Hungry Pigeons + Fries = Chaos Aug 8, 2008 Pigeons and Fries Pigeons and Fries Ok, I realize that not all is well with these shots. I was merely experimenting with placing the camera in Electric Monochromatic Rainbow Aug 6, 2008 Spotted at Lal Bagh. I would have loved to stay back and check if the contraption is still functional but it was Next page