Tuesday, November 24, 2009


And something from the past.

Saturday, September 05, 2009

Who do you share your bday with?

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

"Michael Schumacher will make a shock return Formula 1 to replace injured Ferrari driver Felipe Massa."
What's more shocking is the way the whole F1 community is downplaying the seriousness of Massa's injury. Not much has been said about the details of the injury and its implications except for Barrichello who always speaks his heart out. The F1 scene has been a bit murky for the past few months. Schumacher's return would only provide the much needed distraction for the FIA to get its house in order.
Also BMW exits, but Bernie seems pretty much happy with 2 new teams coming in next year.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Sunday classifieds

Yeah! Full body services!! courtesy: toi

Sunday, July 05, 2009

104 308 aloo antakshari araku auto bananas beach breezer bridge budweiser buffaloes cards caves cellone cheppu chicks coffee delicacies fried rice gandhi garibrath gelusil green guntur haritha jog kavali king prawns okat(i)ea paneer pool qualis railway track raju rishikonda sairama palace see-saw seshu shoes smirnoff splash stink strawberry swings tavera theesko toothpaste trek tribal vanilla viewpoints vizag vizianagaram walk wet

Friday, May 15, 2009

Jai Ho!!

Advani will take his dreams of becoming a prime minister to his grave. Sad to see Chidambaram lose. Will we have another home minister who lost the lok sabha seat?
Rahul may have been the face of Congress turnaround in UP but we shouldn't forget Priyanka's efforts. Bangalore's still got the BJP clout. Looks like Muthalik dint do enough. Bengal finally seems to have got tired of dada, the left and rosagulla.
And screw Rajdeep Sardesai as his channel gets the projections right. That's the headline all the time there. Watch for the hindu's venture into television. Hope they have a national channel soon.
Upd: Chidambaram is declared winner after 2 recounts.

Monday, April 27, 2009


I got to tour the gult heartland for the first time in almost 5 years. The boat ride from Rajahmundry on the godavari started with a breath taking sight of clear water, patches of sand and the mountains. But the view doesn't change for much of the journey. The ride was fun except for the blaring gult music. Cards were on the deck all the time. Learnt to play bridge. The last leg of the journey to Bhadrachalam was a 75 km ride through the ghats in a packed commander jeep, which was the best part. Swarna's narration of the identity was chilling and a brief storm set the scene aptly. The hotel rooms were very comfy and we hardly ventured out during the day.
Temple was not much on the agenda but me and Varun managed a night out and got the first darshan at 5 in the morning. My mom is very proud of that!!
Where next?