The Delhi Election has been one of the most followed event in India in the last few months. With Congress already out of the equation and BJP hounded by saffron demons. The nation was looking at AAP to see if the new party had any potential.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of time! – everyone was winning, everyone was losing The 2014 Lok Sabha Election, or for the people of Bombay and Bangalore the most epic reality show in the history of reality shows (I am pretty sure they were trying to send votes via SMS). The … Continue reading
Trisha analyses the Trinamool Congress and Mamata Banerjee in particular in this election special guest blog. Why Didi? I don’t know. I am guessing it is because of the Bong connection or something. Here is Tee in her “Politic-ky” avatar! Mamata Banerjee is something of a black sheep of Indian politics. A diminutive figure, enrobed … Continue reading
Last week I had a chance to visit Four Season’s beautiful Vineyard in Baramati, near Pune….which is in Maharashtra if you are geographically challenged. Despite climatic constraints, that region of India is apparently suitable for viticulture. And since the produce of the aforementioned activity is a major ingredient of any wine, it is but natural … Continue reading
It is that time of the year again. When red rules supreme…..errr….not communism. And also it is time for my yearly post on the day designated to love *insert a valentine’s day + 9 months = children’s day reference here*. I am seriously confused this time. Valentine’s Day is a day when you are supposed … Continue reading
I found this awesome site called “Ask Rahul Anything!” Here is the link http://www.engagedino.com/askrg and you might want to come out of the rock you have been living under. So, here is my very own interview with the Clown Prince of Congress. I took the screenshots and……I hope I am not arrested for this.
I have been away from the blogging scene for some time now. Each time someone asks, I give an excuse. But they are just excuses, nothing more. Frankly I should only blame my lethargy and the lack of will to sit down and type a few words. Sometimes my head is full of ideas. Some … Continue reading
The morning after the Diwali revelry brings one of the worst hangovers thanks to the heady cocktail of noxious fumes and a plethora of guests. A long time a ago, in a previous age and time, I used to look forward to Diwali – deafening noise, lit sky, toy guns that literally packed a bang, … Continue reading
I arrived about an hour in advance for my lunch date with the two Sahara Force India drivers. If it hadn’t been for the Metro line construction along the Ring Road, I might have reached earlier. About a week ago I received a call asking me if I was free on the 21st of October around lunchtime, … Continue reading
A guest post I wrote for Auntius Purbus’s blog, which is world famous in India. Dear Mystic Vixen, I pen down this letter as I watch the sun go down behind the snow clad peaks of Trimurti. What wonders I have seen and experienced in this region, you would scarcely believe. The beauty of the … Continue reading
Venkatesh was an introvert and hardly talked to anyone. No he wasn’t a sociopath, neither was he suffering from depression….he just liked the peace that solace gave him. Far from the maddening crowd if you will. This ensured that his social circle was nothing to brag about. He lived alone in a large farmhouse in … Continue reading