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“The marathon is a charismatic event. It has everything. It has drama. It has competition. It has camaraderie. It has heroism. Every jogger can’t dream of being an Olympic champion, but he can dream of finishing a marathon.” 479 more words


Female Travel Diaries

It was nearing midnight and the darkness had settled in, a thick fog rolling in at the tail end of a fierce rain storm earlier in the day. 2,083 more words


Kolkatan Street

EOS 88, Kodak Ektar 100 (expired)

It was perhaps a street of not more than 2 lanes wide. Yet, vehicles and transportation of all imaginable types – pushcarts, taxis, rickshaws, autowallahs, tuk-tuks and even people carrying baskets on their heads pushed forward relentlessly , braving the Kolkata summer, eager to get to their destination. 64 more words


The Little King

So yesterday I gave a TED talk. But that isn’t what I’m talking about now. Wait till Sunday.

What I’m going to talk about now is something completely unrelated: kingfishers. 166 more words


Modi 365 - One Year In Office (1)

Modi and his Chakravyuh
By Peter Ronald deSouza

The Chakravyuh in the Mahabharata was a seven-ringed, impenetrable battle formation. In his first year, the Prime Minister has successfully broken through two circles. 14,899 more words

Tales from Delhi

I visited Delhi after 11 months living in India. I‘d heard different stories about this city. Some people love it – they say it is clean, people are well dressed, nightlife is good. 1,278 more words