Monthly Archives: August 2005

Two Degrees of Separation

About five years ago, I had written a similar piece as well, called “Its a Small World” (at the time I did not know the concept of six degrees of separation), after attending a party, where between my wife and I, we landed up knowing almost everyone who had come to the party. This is […]

Hooked and booked

This is my Mumbai Mirror piece that appeared today.

Patient Empowerment – Definitely not a Good Thing

The Sunday NY Times has a long article on the travails faced by patients in the US, in this modern world. The article is a must-read for all patients and doctors. It traces the history of the current state of affairs, relating it to the movement for access to information that the baby-boomers demanded in […]

Can

I arrive for the 10.40AM flight to Trivandrum and find that the walled-off enclosure that I

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I arrive for the 10.40AM flight to Trivandrum and find that the walled-off enclosure that I

Can

I arrive for the 10.40AM flight to Trivandrum and find that the walled-off enclosure that I

Gujjus (and Kutcchis) rule

This is today’s post in the Mumbai Mirror. In the context of the Gujjufication of Matunga, Swapna sent this mail,

Of Columns and Columnists (…and Bloggers)

I was sitting for dinner late tonight and saw the latest issue of Fortune on the credenza. I picked it up and immediately started off with the last page, which is Stanley Bing

The Times

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