Monthly Archives: June 2006

‘India can win 2010 football World Cup’

New Delhi (T2N2) India beats Brazil to win World Cup. Stumped? But football authorities here believe that this could be a front-page headline in the country’s newspapers in 2010. Officials at the All India Football Federation confirm that a series … Continue reading

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Paternal Instinct

I have inspired several friends and acquaintances over the past few years to try their hand at blogging. Some gave it up almost instantly while others have diligently stuck to it. But my biggest achievement was getting somebody from my … Continue reading

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Paternal Instinct

I have inspired several friends and acquaintances over the past few years to try their hand at blogging. Some gave it up almost instantly while others have diligently stuck to it. But my biggest achievement was getting somebody from my … Continue reading

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Of Wild Horses and Orissa Fans

Nothing but wild horses could drag Sukanya Mohapatra out of Dilli Haat on Orissa Day. The Bhubaneswar lass was mesmerised by all things Orissan. Be it palm leaf and tassar paintings, stone and wood carvings, handloom products, sand sculptures or … Continue reading

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Of Malaika Arora and Licence Trouble

It’s not that Malaika Arora isn’t a gorgeous babe and Indian men don’t drool over her. But apni Malvika still hates being called by that moniker. And pray, what is the reason for this confusion? Apparently, Malvika’s driving licence mentions … Continue reading

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Most embarrASSing moment

It’s funny how school-leaving ‘slam books’ would invariably have a column on Most Embarrassing Moment. Since we were on the verge of bidding farewell to people we might never see again, my classmates left it blank – some because they … Continue reading

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Most embarrASSing moment

It’s funny how school-leaving ‘slam books’ would invariably have a column on Most Embarrassing Moment. Since we were on the verge of bidding farewell to people we might never see again, my classmates left it blank – some because they … Continue reading

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