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Mark of a T-School.

(When there can be B-Schools, why not T-Schools? There’s more of a demand for them in India anyway. And it sounds way cooler than ‘Engineering College’. My lame attempt at introducing a new word into everyone’s vocabulary. Like bitchcakes.) There’s … Continue reading

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How to write an Indian Novel

Ah.. no, I don’t pretend to be about to write something that has even an iota of the brilliance of the RK Narayan essay of the same name, which got accepted by Punch for six guineas. So I am appalled … Continue reading

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A Bowlful of Minestrone

You never realize what you have until…. sounds too cliched, doesn’t it? Do unto others as…. nah, this too. Absence is to love what wind is to fire…. mush-ick-y. Give ‘im an enema and ‘e’ll fit into a matchbox… there.. … Continue reading

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