Monthly Archives: April 2012

Mom gave us a scare

Hospitals are scary places. Which is why I usually avoid visiting sick relatives. But I couldn’t escape last night. Mom gave us a scare. She had been feeling uneasy in the evening — a throbbing headache and a nagging feeling … Continue reading

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It’s time to change

My colleague, an Indian-origin Brit, finds it hard to believe that India is Asia’s third-largest economy. “They say we will be overtaking Japan this year,” I blurt out in a show of patriotic fervour. “But why can’t we see it … Continue reading

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The day I lost my fear of road trips

“Let’s drive down to Ahmedabad,” said my brother, the driving enthusiast in the family. “Shut up! We’re not going on a day-long road trip.” “I’m going whether you like it or not.” And that’s how I ended up accompanying him … Continue reading

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