We are the Champions

We are the Champions

Never thought I’d make a blog entry about cricket. But I guess you can’t change what’s in your blood, right? Cricket is India’s national religion Don’t get me wrong, I used to love the sport as a kid. Gully cricket,chhat cricket, parking... read more
Please Help Donate for Japan

Please Help Donate for Japan

Ever since the earthquake and tsunami and Japan, I’ve been keeping in touch with my friend, Kyoko san in Japan via email. I just wanted to post an excerpt of one of her emails here… …well as the time passes, we see more worrying facts, appalling... read more
Random Memories of Nara

Random Memories of Nara

While I was in Nara, I remember the innkeeper asking me to place a pin on the map for where I was from. I placed one pin on Singapore. And one on Indore. Later we went upstairs and smoked together. I smoked Cabin Roasts. She rolled her own cigarettes. We talked about... read more
Inception

Inception

“You’re waiting for a train. A train that will take you far away. You can’t be sure where it will take you. But it doesn’t matter – because we’ll be together.” read more
Core i7

Core i7

I’ve been particularly fidgety and restless in the past few days. So I decided to turn my misguided energy on my poor computer. Now, in case you didn’t know, I bought myself a monster of a PC last year for my birthday. I’ll post the specs later in... read more
A Riddle

A Riddle

Swinging elbows welt the night, Babas make the world seem right. Wonder filled memories fleet, amidst emo rants and tweets. Sunshine pierces through in cones on houses made of bricks and stones. Imaginary friends return again as another week begins.... read more
Gong Xi Fa Cai

Gong Xi Fa Cai

The tiger year begins. I chew gum and resist the urge to run to a 7-11. To buy smokes. I check my mailbox impatiently. Often thrice a day. I read more Murakami. And remember that cold rainy afternoon in Takayama, when I crept into that cozy little cafe across the road... read more