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Covers banks and finance as part of his daily routine. Interests are writing about rural affairs, politics and defence. Likes to stay abreast with current affairs and loves to play tennis.
Latest Post
December 10, 2014

Not the woman’s fault

In the wake of the latest Delhi rape case, a part of the debate has shifted back again to the oft repeated – the woman made a mistake of... »
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!
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November 5, 2014

The Tendulkar revelations

Now, I must start with a disclaimer. Having plodded on in the comforting anonymity of the editorial desk for over two decades, I’m not p... »
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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December 1, 2014

The Intangible Mr Nolan

I had been deferring my date with Mr Christopher Nolan’s latest offering Interstellar for close to a month now. However... »

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