Archive for April, 2016

All My Friends Eat Well

Written by on in My views, Sport (Fitness)

Prescription pain killers? Shouldn’t they just be called Rx killers? First Michael Jackson, now Prince? One take-away from this interesting TED Talks video is the statement that one’s friends have the greatest impact upon one’s longevity. Also, being isolated is rarely an issue in our country, lol. It’s certainly not a problem for me. I surround […]

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A Musician’s Life – Not Only Celebrations

Written by on in Indian (Music) History, My views

A Musician’s Life – Not All Celebrations Before I get sidetracked, thank you so much Global Indian Music Academy. What a memorable experience!! You were all so kind and considerate! I love and appreciate you so much, too. I am writing this after the recent tragic early passing of another American music icon, Prince. Such […]

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MI Won a Tough Match over KKR

Written by on in Cricket, Kolkata, Mumbai

As I’ve noted earlier, it’s quite a dilemma for me: I love both of India’s biggest cities, so naturally my allegiance was divided. Kolkata Knight Riders (with a Sharukh Khan/Juhi Chawla pedigree) has a special place in my heart. I think of it like Heroes of my Hometown. Mumbai Indians (with the other obvious film industry […]

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KKR Means Business… that IS Cricket!

Written by on in Cricket, Delhi, Kolkata

Match hero Andre Russel as well as celebrities like SRK and KKR team co-owner & family cricketeersthe Chawlas showed Delhi how Kolkata Knight Riders play! This KKR team has passion. We love that!! Now my loyalties will be split between Kolkata, where I grew up and Mumbai, which is home now! So exciting!! In a way, I cannot lose, though […]

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Mumbai, get your dance on!

Written by on in Dance (Film) Music

Whenever life’s got you bogged down and it seems like futility is masquerading as normalcy…

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Prayers, support needed!

Written by on in Kolkata

The 2016 Kolkata Flyover Tragedy (Courtesy TOI | Times Now) struck deeply to national and regional sympathy. Our hearts go out to the survivors and their families! This is especially close to home for me. Thankfully many were rescued, but such tragic loss of life and misery. It’s indeed shocking and inexplicable, painful for so many […]

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