Monthly Archives: April 2012

Pierre Cardin, a cousin of Sydney Carton

Some fifteen years ago. I am emptying the new bag, of all the soiled clothes that accumulated in the fifteen days trip away from home. I had to buy the new bag as the VIP sky bag carried along on … Continue reading

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Pearls Of Wisdom From The Realm Of Business.

Successful Innovation calls for , a glowing talent, a burning zeal, an ability to slog, an individualism to rely on one’s self, a capacity to enthuse others,, a courage to face risk, a willingness to change, and above all a … Continue reading

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Zohra Sehgal is 100.

Zohra Sehgal, the great actor, will be 100 tomorrow. I have seen her first on TV in Tandoori Nights and then in Bend It Like Beckham. I have also seen her in a number of Hindi movies. A very natural … Continue reading

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Do you know how Rome was saved?

I have been teaching the maid a bit of Wren & Martin English Grammar for the past about a month. We have covered the Parts of Speech rather extensively, if sketchily, in my own way, and now we have returned … Continue reading

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Quaint Amul ads 2012 – culled by Yahoo news.

Since I was young I have been a fan of Bachi Kooka’s advertisement cartoons, especially the blurbs.He endeared the Air India Maharaja to the plebian masses. I still remember his, ” Lusaka to Osaka we are the most nonmaligned airlines … Continue reading

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Lost Boy Finds Mother Using Google Earth – Technology Review

Here is an interesting story how technology helped a lost boy find his mother , Hope you would like it. http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/helloworld/27771/#.T5ajsE4rHuU.mailto

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A boy, his mother and a wayward father

The maestro had to yield. The boy was insistent. When he saw the wide, imploring eyes of the boy, he was reminded of his own self when he was that age. He was used to pleading, nay, begging, For a … Continue reading

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