Wanted: Ideas for wasting time and money - 1 year ago
The Central Zoo Authority has turned down the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporations grandiosely idiotic plan to spend Rs500-odd crore to redevelop the Mumbai zoo.
Time to get justice for Mumbai - 2 years ago
November 2008 comes up first of course, when for the first time we managed to capture a terrorist in the act and through him managed to expose all the lies told by Pakistan whenever it is confronted with evidence of its involvement on attacks on India.
Who knew builders took black money? - 2 years ago
All parents must have been quite relieved to read in the papers this week that the governments new rules on school buses are about to be implemented.
Hey netas, leave those books alone! - 2 years ago
Once more, the Maharashtra government is poised to prove to us that it truly belongs to our glorious past where freedom of speech and expression were anathema to the ruling classes.
Save Mumbai from its guardians - 2 years ago
What made Mumbai a great city and I use the past tense deliberately was not just its cosmopolitan nature or its bindaas attitude. As much credit must go to discipline of the people and the administration.
Predicament of a cricket fan... - 2 years ago
After all this excitement over no tickets for fans at stadiums to watch matches, I started watching World Cup matches very assiduously.
For those who dont eat, sleep cricket - 2 years ago
While the World Cup will make its presence felt through every possible means, there are a slew of interesting events that have nothing to do with the shenanigans of 22 flannelled fools.
Too many authorities, too little sense - 2 years ago
The result of course is the complete chaos that we see now and the haphazard, and dare one say hazardous, way in which the city grows.
Mumbai, meri mehboob? - 2 years ago
The first instinct with something old in Mumbai is either to tag it as heritage and therefore immobilise it for posterity or to break it down and build something shiny and new in its place.
A pie and quiche for your thoughts! - 2 years ago
In Mumbais constantly changing cityscape, Le Pain Quotidien at Apollo Bunder is a welcome addition. This bakery-eaterie is part of an international Belgian chain and a major feature is a communal table where strangers can sit and eat together.