Monthly Archives: April 2008

Shah Rukh Khan meets a "rappist"

I missed the first episode of ‘Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain’ – the Indian version of an American reality gameshow – but millions in the country tuned in on Friday night to watch actor Shah Rukh Khan and … Continue reading

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Shah Rukh Khan meets a "rappist"

I missed the first episode of ‘Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain’ – the Indian version of an American reality gameshow – but millions in the country tuned in on Friday night to watch actor Shah Rukh Khan and … Continue reading

Posted in funny, india, Kya Aap Paanchvi Pass Se Tez Hain, shah rukh khan, Shahrukh Khan, television | 4 Comments

Surviving Delhi’s Bus Rapid Transit Corridor II

(Read Part I of this post here) I feel sad for the blind and the aged. The people who are at others’ mercy when it comes to crossing the road. At the BRT Corridor, it’s worse. The reed-thin traffic marshal … Continue reading

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Surviving Delhi’s Bus Rapid Transit Corridor II

(Read Part I of this post here) I feel sad for the blind and the aged. The people who are at others’ mercy when it comes to crossing the road. At the BRT Corridor, it’s worse. The reed-thin traffic marshal … Continue reading

Posted in BRT, Delhi, Delhi roads | 12 Comments

Surviving Delhi’s Bus Rapid Transit Corridor

The mile-long caterpillar has started moving again, quickly breaking up into parts as each car, autorickshaw and mini-van makes a dash for the exit, and comes to the inevitable screeching halt. The lights have turned red again. A new caterpillar … Continue reading

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Surviving Delhi’s Bus Rapid Transit Corridor

The mile-long caterpillar has started moving again, quickly breaking up into parts as each car, autorickshaw and mini-van makes a dash for the exit, and comes to the inevitable screeching halt. The lights have turned red again. A new caterpillar … Continue reading

Posted in BRT, Delhi, Delhi roads, traffic | 1 Comment

INTERVIEW – Karan Rastogi

Karan Rastogi reached the semifinals of the $15,000 TCL Futures in Taizhou, China this week — his best performance since winning in Morocco in July last year. In an interview, Rastogi told The Indian Tennis Blog it’s good to finally … Continue reading

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