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    It’s Australia again

    After Steve Smith hit the winning boundary against New Zealand on Sunday’s World Cup finals, I c... »
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    Mythili Rajkumar

    Walk into my parlour...

    It’s one of those places where you go all primed to spend just what you intend to, exactly the w... »
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    Of corporates and newsrooms​

    ​Working on the news desk of a business newspaper was always staid before ​the ​economic reforms... »
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    Bijoy Bharathan

    Inarritu's inward gaze

    This might probably be the one time I dole out a suggestion that goes against the grain of ethic... »
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    Jóhann Jóhannsson's powerful music-narrative

    So many times, while listening to our iPod or Mp3 player in the middle of a crowd, we create our... »
A long-time 'deskie' dabbles in plenty of things without really focussing on anything 'seriously'. Loves economics, football, cricket, films, reading and believe it or not long-distance running!
Latest Post
March 30, 2015

It’s Australia again

After Steve Smith hit the winning boundary against New Zealand on Sunday’s World Cup finals, I could hear a collective groan – “no, not... »
Having strayed into the mundane world of business journalism, the misfit gets a high from politics, cinema, theatre and street food, especially in the bylanes of Old Delhi.
Latest Post
February 23, 2015

Of corporates and newsrooms​

​Working on the news desk of a business newspaper was always staid before ​the ​economic reforms kicked in during the early nineties. Th... »
From literature to business, it’s been a culture shift but I am enjoying every minute of it. I survive on my sense of humour. Love Wodehouse, westerns, crime thrillers, and a good laugh with family and friends.
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March 13, 2015

Walk into my parlour...

It’s one of those places where you go all primed to spend just what you intend to, exactly the way you want to. Alas, resoluti... »
Journalist by day, pop culture junkie by night, Bijoy Bharathan has an insatiable appetite for world cinema of the highbrow, middle-brow, and occasionally boondocks variants. In his spare time, he likes to devour graphic novels on his laptop, every once in a while struggling with a real book with all text and no pictures. He loves overnight journeys to strange new towns, that afford him an opportunity to take long walks and hone his photography skills. He has a weakness for swimming, roadside chai and the music of Moby.
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February 18, 2015

Inarritu's inward gaze

This might probably be the one time I dole out a suggestion that goes against the grain of ethic that I stand for, with respect to the c... »

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