Tag Archives: Anil Kumar

When men in blue were without a clue

Its funny how body language changes. When playing at home, they walk with their broad shoulders, stare opponents with intimidating gestures, enjoy super stardom and feel they are the best of the lot. Away from home, we all noticed what … Continue reading

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An arrival that forced my departure

The immigration officer at the Airport upon my arrival took my passport and asked my name rolling his eyeballs on my picture on the passport and then to my face in front of him. I said, Anil Kumar. The officer … Continue reading

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Treating monkey like a donkey proves fatal for owner:

Quite often, in our work life we have come across bosses taking advantage of employees in getting the job done that is outside of the job profile or extracting excess jobs from an employee. Most times, workers are obligated and … Continue reading

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Indians, the ‘Ugly Travelers’?

We sometimes don’t hesitate to point our fingers at foreigners for their behaviour and sometimes, you know, for being loud, insensitive and obnoxious to us. But a recent study by Expedia, an online travel agency has revealed that Indian travelers … Continue reading

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Manish Pandey – Lord of Mysore

In Cricket, the only thing that is completely in the player’s control is the ability to sustain the pressure. It is the only part of the movie for which the player is the script writer, director and the lead actor. … Continue reading

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Interpreting Astro-lines

It’s the New Year and with it comes new predictions. It’s also that time of the year when people across different age groups will be busy flocking to Astrology sites to know what’s in store for them be it daily, … Continue reading

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The Passion is dying a slow death

Passion can never be eternal. Passion on anything can subside if the subject in question fails to maintain or trigger more interest. It is certainly the case in my life. My passion for Cricket is dying. I was passionate about … Continue reading

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Govinda, Govinda!

Well if you ask me, I would say finding a good politician is just like finding a good thief. Going by that logic, it will never be hard to understand the consequences of making a politician head of administration for … Continue reading

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Bailing out ‘Nancy’

We all have heard so many sad stories of animal abuse—of stray dogs being stoned; of pets left outside to suffer through the hottest and coldest of days; of dogs and cats left behind to die when their owners move; … Continue reading

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India Shining! Corruption in India shines even more!

Right. Like many, I too decided to cash in on the fall in real estate prices and bought myself an apartment. The registration is still due; so is the possession.  When the developer said I could get my apartment registered, … Continue reading

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