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March 31, 2004

Money, money, money
Dad finally decided to become ATM-savvy.

March 29, 2004

'Main Atal Bihari Vajpayee bol raha hoon'
'My mind began to churn with questions I had always wanted to ask the prime minister.'

March 26, 2004

Diary: 'Hara Haara'
'There used to be an explicit anti-Pakistan aggressiveness in celebrating India's victory. Perhaps it will vanish entirely one day, this hatred ingrained in our hearts.'

March 25, 2004

Kaku's secrets of success
Life's lessons learnt on tolerance and teamwork at age 4.

March 24, 2004

Who is your daddy?
All I heard for the next few seconds was the kid giggling with controlled excitement at seeing his father for the first time. Everyone in the bus was looking at me spitefully.

March 16, 2004

Daler Mehndi never came back...
He thrashed about the house making funny noises and then simply staged a walkout. No forwarding address, not even a goodbye.

March 12, 2004

Goldie Govind Hari!
I was making a sales call on a client at his home. After getting his order and completing my work, I was about to leave when my client suddenly shouts, "Goldie, sit!"

March 11, 2004

A doggy tale
Farshid wanted to buy a pug. Mrs Mathews named her price.

March 10, 2004

Love bug
In my preoccupied state, I sat behind another lady driver and confidently said, 'Okay, start.'

March 9, 2004

Ahoy, man abroad
Travails of an Indian student.

March 8, 2004

An Alsatian roams free...
Morning broke and the swaying green paddies of Kerala loomed into view. The soot-stained brigade got off at Palakkad. Great Uncle's son was eager to rub noses with the dog...

March 4, 2004

Car, Car Baby
Sandeep parks his car in front of the main gate so he can keep a watch on it from our office's large windows. He then covers the car gently, securely tying in stray corners, before we finally make it to the first floor where we work.

March 3, 2004

No Asians please
'Asians have lived in Dubai for more than 40 years, built some of its finest buildings and hotels. The West only noticed Dubai recently. Yet, white-skinned people exert a huge influence here,' discovers Anishka Mehra.


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