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I am writing this from my bed as my foot is in a plaster cast and I can only walk around the house with the help of a crutch. All this because the roads of Pondicherry are so choked with … finish reading Road Safety
I became a fan of Aamir Khan after seeing Mangal Pandey. I had no doubt that he was a good actor but after watching Satyameva Jayate I now also have a great deal of respect for him. He has taken … finish reading Aamir Khan
Days after the new Prime Minister and his ministers had been sworn in, India was shocked to read about the tragic road accident in which Gopinath Munde was killed. On 3rd June 2014 as he was going to catch a … finish reading The importance of seat belts
Last night we went for dinner to a new restaurant in the far end of Mission street, where it touches Bussy Street. It served supposesdly Italian cuisine but actually it is adapted to Indian tastes – much like Indian Chinese … finish reading The traffic in Pondicherry
Having spent a year in London I have by now got over my sense of wonder over the flowers in the front gardens, the fruit yoghurts and seeing sunlight in the sky at 9 pm. I have even got over … finish reading Where have all the pavements gone?
There is no way anyone can miss India’s newfound economic success. You only have to stand by the roadside and look at the new and shiny cars zooming up and down. Even in a relatively small place like Pondicherry, in … finish reading India Today