Monthly Archives: July 2007

I Read Technology and I Muse

I think, as I read this: “One billion people around the globe now have access to the Internet Mobile devices outnumber desktop computers by a factor of two to one Nearly 50 percent of all U.S. Internet access is now … Continue reading

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How Do You See Bombay?

The results of a survey I carried out on “How Do You See Bombay” is out. Fourteen people responded (thank you people!) and here are the results for you to judge. In spite of being a dirty and badly managed … Continue reading

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Seats, Red Spit, and Being Steve Smith

My latest Short story (Seats, Red Spit, and Being Steve Smith) appears here. Do take a look. call center | BPO | outsourcing

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The Kritya International Poetry Festival, Thiruvananthapuram – Pictures

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An Old Nostalgic Picture!

I fished out this picture of mine from some old albums nestling inside a cupboard which I was cleaning. I am sitting inside my editorial den in Army and Navy Building at Kala Ghoda, Bombay. At that time (Before I … Continue reading

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How Much Do You Love Bombay?

Yes, how much do you love your city? Or do you hate it? Test the depth, length and width of your love or hatred by answering this simple survey I created on CreateSurvey.

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Off to Kerala for the Kritya International Poetry Festival

I am off to Kerala next weekend for the Kritya International Poetry Festival to be conducted at Trivandrum in the Vylopilli Bhavan Center. I have been given a slot under Indian languages. (Guess Rati Saxena the spirit behind Kritya is … Continue reading

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