Doctors and the Forces


Two opposite words you say? No, dear sirs and madams, I was not attempting to add-on to the already bursting list of oxymorons. Some of the newest entries to this list include and I quote “Singing Sensation Bieber” “Writer Chetan Bhagat” among others. Since, I have already made it clear, along with examples, of what I wish … Continue reading

Surviving a Party


Wrote this post for Campughanta. Please click on the link to read it there: Surviving a Party The speakers blared the latest Honey Singh hit, as I downed my 4th shot of Vodka. The DJ had played the song 8 times, since the jam session had started about an hour ago. I was beginning to hate … Continue reading

Indian Roads: A Biodiversity Hotspot


Written for The NRI: http://www.the-nri.com/index.php/2012/02/indian-roads-a-biodiversity-hotspot/ Driving on an Indian road is an adventure not for the faint at heart. The roads here are alive. Alive like a tropical rain forest. It is a complex biodiversity that supports different lifeforms. On a good day one can observe a number of species. To make it easier for … Continue reading

Lone Wolf


Ok…so I rediscovered my sketch book, my pencils and my desire to sketch. This is the second sketch I did since yesterday’s leopard cubs. Googled the image and sketched the following.Shading is not entirely similar to the photograph, as I used the photo to just get the outline and basic shape of the wolf’s portrait. … Continue reading

The Game


It has been a while since we were at it. A battle…a battle of wits. Three men, facing each other, like the penultimate scene of “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly”. Not exactly a Mexican stand off (see image), because here one will be winning. The room is filled with the sound of silence. … Continue reading