Monthly Archives: March 2009

Food, Glorious Food.

My readers know that ever since Carly’s post on her adventures with food in her college appeared on Conrad’s blog, I seem to keep getting my attention drawn to various articles, and other written matter concerning food. The first one … Continue reading

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Reaching Out.

“I live my life in widening circles that reach out across the world. I may not complete this last one but I give myself to it.” -Rainer Maria Rilke, poet and novelist (1875-1926) When I came across this beautiful quotation, … Continue reading

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Cover Up, Michelle!

” Let’s face it: The only bracing symbol of American strength right now is the image of Michelle Obama’s sculpted biceps. Her husband urges bold action, but it is Michelle who looks as though she could easily wind up and … Continue reading

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Rambo Musharaff

Just last night, I said that I had had enough of Pakistan and terrorism and this morning I had to change my mind. Not on anything morbid mind you, but an exquisite caricaturisation of an impossible event. This editorial in … Continue reading

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Large Portions Of Food – Impeccable Logic.

This post owes its creation to two inspiring blog posts. The first one was by Carly in Conrad’s blog. The discussion that took place after her piece appeared was astounding for its variety and depth and eventual lead to other … Continue reading

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The Lahore Attack

“Increasingly, Zardari resembles a man with a begging bowl in one hand, and a gun in the other pointed at his own head. The reality is that for decades, we have sacrificed the bulk of our resources to support a … Continue reading

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