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  • Perspectives
    on Feb 18, 2013 in The Roadside Indians
    The afternoon sun rays draws a silhouette on the aisle. The city that lies below is famous for rapes and killing. It is also house to some of the worlds most powerful and corrupt people.From this height, it is just like any other city. Stacks of term...
  • Home they brought the warrior dead.
    on Jan 12, 2013 in The Roadside Indians
    Hemaraj was in all probability a first generation educated kid from a poor farming household. when he first got a job with the Indian military, his villagers would have celebrated through out the night.Last week they brought home the young warrior de...
  • Hold On
    on Jan 10, 2013 in The Roadside Indians
    It is freezing cold in north India. Water in taps have frozen, so have the blood in the veins of about 200 of my countrymen. Unable to survive this cold neglect, each day another 10 or 15 die. Two of our Jawans were butchered by our neighbor and then...
  • Return of the great ones
    on Dec 26, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    January 12th is Swami Vivekananda's 150th birthday. In the last 150 years, no great ones have inspired us into tangible action. Even the interest on discourses of Swamiji's teachings have been on a steady decline. The English education is killing us...
  • Look Who is Silent
    on Dec 22, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    The youth of India has once again taken to the streets in New Delhi. Tomorrow, the crowd will be bigger. The Police who barely move a baton against rampant eve teasing raised their lathis seven times on the protesters today. It looked like scenes out...
  • Be careful of what you wish for
    on Dec 20, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    Four years ago, it took me 15 minutes to reach the airport, 20 minutes to check in, 10 rupees for tea and 25 for sandwich. And them some politician decided and the bureaucrats agreed...the airport would have to move to the city outskirts. They said i...
  • The Hanuman Network
    on Oct 27, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    It was an interesting conversation I had with Alok of Sutra Consulting. We were talking about Arvind Kejriwal taking on the Sonia kingdom. Were were musing over the Congress' knee jerk reactions to the various skeletons tumbling out of the the cupboa...
  • India Calling Bharath
    on Oct 7, 2012 in India Changing
    The water bottle in Delhi airport costs 40 bucks. It costs 15 rupee outside. Its the same product, same brand same water, just costlier. Nobody has asked the airport manager why it is so. That is the way it is. They don't use meters in auto rickshaws...
  • Remembering Bhagat Singh
    on Aug 15, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    Some day this rag tag self of mine will give up its ghost. I will go beyond the immediate and plan to stay there. Until then, I will live each day wishing that the soul of my Motherland awakens from its middle-class slumber. I wish that this ghastly...
  • Hubris
    on May 12, 2012 in The Roadside Indians
    Raj?Yes baby?Did you see that guy outside the restaurant gates?Why do you ask princess?Did you or did you not see him Raj?I did.I just can't forget him Raj.Hmmm. Why baby?He was eating old roties out of a torn plastic bag Raj. And he was facing the w...
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