The Win(e) Win(e) Scenario


I knew Bacchus favoured me the moment I got the invite from Four Season’s. It was for a Wine Tasting event at Frescos, CP. On d-day, despite the fact that the invite said 1:30 PM, in my excitement, I had arrived an hour early. Trust me, sun bathing in 42 degrees is not a  good … Continue reading

A Slice of Singapore


The signals from my sensory organs had sent me on a high, I had not felt this feeling for a long time. It was hard for me to decide whether I liked it, loved it, or was it just wonderful. Right in front of me sat one of the most beautiful creations I had ever … Continue reading

Harbart: Too Many Twists Spoil The Plot


The début novel of Nabarun Bhattacharya, published in 1993, it is considered a “landmark in Bengali literature”, and is listed in the genre of dark humour. Personally, I was unaware of the author, because of the fact that he writes only in his mother tongue. So, I was a both excited and sceptical at the … Continue reading

The Chant of The Kingmaker


Adi Shakti, Namo Namah Sarab Shakti, Namo Namah Prithum Bhagvati, Namo Namah Kundalini Mata Shakti Mata Shakti, Namo Namah Politics is a a dirty game. And Chanakya’s Chant further strengthens this opinion. It is a fast paced novel, based around the topics of power, betrayal, love and ambition. Perfect ingredients for a masala potboiler. Two … Continue reading

Shit Happened!!!


Ok, so I watched Delhi Belly. I really had to go and see what the hoopla was all about. Curiosity they say killed the cat, but this time the cat was rewarded. Delhi Belly, in simple terms defines the new standard of awesomeness for Indian Hindi Bollywood cinema. In the beginning I was a bit … Continue reading

Reviewing the C7


This is going to be me first review of a technical product. And no I won’t be foxing everyone with technical brouhaha. It has been a week since I got my hands on the new Nokia C7. One of the latest 3G smart phones to hit the market. Frankly I was a bit sceptical as … Continue reading

The River Reclaims her Land and her Glory


More than normal rain in the Northern plains and the Himilaya’s means that the rivers are overflowing now. One of them is The Yamuna along whose banks Delhi is built. Over the past years Yamuna had been reduced to the state of a sewage distributary. And the government has spent thousands of crores to clean … Continue reading

It’s Impossible


I had planned on going to the Auto Expo today but somehow it couldn’t happen and was postponed for tomorrow.  So my friend and I were left with a few hours to throw away. After an hour of mindless roaming around, we decided to watch a movie. We went to McDonalds, Kashmiri Gate, reserved a … Continue reading

Full Marx


Anyone who is a fan of comedy would know of “The Marx Brothers”. They were five siblings, Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Zeppo and Gummo. They were a comedy act from New York and had great success doing stage shows. Gummo and Zeppo dropped out of the act early; while the other three went on to make … Continue reading