Monthly Archives: March 2014

Books.

I rarely read fiction and prefer the so called heavier stuff. I however do make exceptions when someone highly recommends a book in the genre and that is what happened recently. My cousin Damodaran is fortunate in having a commercial … Continue reading

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Limbo Jazz.

I have a silent admirer Shankar who reads all my blog posts but prefers to comment occasionally by email only. He has suddenly discovered this bit of wonderful music and has left me stumped!

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Vimlu Wadhwani. RIP.

One of my great supports and a greater inspiration Vimlu left her body earlier this morning and I have just returned from her cremation. Vimlu and I had a special bond because we shared the same birthday and ever since … Continue reading

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Her.

I would have been happier with the story if there had been a real life woman instead of an operating system with which the protagonist falls in love.  It would have made for a better story line. The first half … Continue reading

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Are We Too Busy For What Really Matters?

I hope that you enjoy reading this post on the weekly Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where six of us write on the same topic. Today’s topic was chosen by Shackman. The five other bloggers who write regularly are, in alphabetical … Continue reading

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Comment Moderation.

I offer my sincere apologies to my readers whose comments went off into my moderation box since yesterday. My blog was attacked by a virus and in the process of setting things right, we had to put that function in … Continue reading

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Stranger To History.

The cover goes on to say in the blurb “A Son’s Journey Through Islamic Lands”. This book was loaned to me by Miriam, a friend who thought that I needed some diversion due to a minor illness.  This was one … Continue reading

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Separation II – A Separation.

On reading my LBC post Serparation my friend Nandu suggested that I see this multiple award winning Iranian film.  It is a film rather sad but worth spending a couple of hours on. Thank you Nandu.  That was a moving … Continue reading

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You’ve Got Mail.

When I wrote the following comment on Alan’s post The “5-Star” Movie Trilogy…. “I did not know that one of my favourite movies, You’ve Got Mail is actually a remake of earlier movies with the same theme. I would also … Continue reading

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Separation.

I hope that you enjoy reading this post on the weekly Friday Loose Bloggers Consortium where six of us write on the same topic. Today’s topic was chosen by yours truly. The five other bloggers who write regularly are, in … Continue reading

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