Monthly Archives: March 2006

Latest Poems

Two of my latest poems here. Hope you like them. They were written in a dark sombre mood. Gave me a bit of the blues, momentarily, though. Advertisements

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Accident Averted!

It happened this Sunday. The church service got over. Said the usual goodbyes and we were driving with our parish priests, Rev. Roy Varghese, on the highway to CBD Belapur where we live. The priest was at the wheel. There … Continue reading

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Baap ka raj hai kya? Is it your father’s property?

How do I say this? I have seen these common Indian insults used rather indiscriminately these days. I don’t know; I have been at the receiving end of these epithets at times. There was this incident when I was traveling … Continue reading

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Some more Bush bashing!

Can’t help it but here’s more grist for the Bush-mill! Don’t post forwards, but, this, umm, seems so tempting. So have a laugh! George: Condi! Nice to see you. What’s happening? Condi: Sir, I have the report here about the … Continue reading

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My friend John Baker’s advice on getting published!

Here’s a comment from my blog friend and published author John Baker on getting published I wish you well with your novel. It is not an easy thing to do, first to write it, and then to place it with … Continue reading

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A serial rape, two molestations and a gang rape!

A serial rape and two molestations and a gang rape Seems this blog is being converted (thought of using the word perverted) into a rape blog. I couldn’t post this yesterday, and when I open the papers today there’s another … Continue reading

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The Bushes’ Whacky visit to India

A friend tells me there was snow in California. California, of all the places on the earth, which is known to have sunshine all year around? And we had hail in Kharghar, New Bombay, close to where I live. Heavy … Continue reading

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