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When The Tsunami Moved Out, The Developers Moved In.

In Business, Environment, India on February 28, 2010 at 3:37 pm

And this is the result as captured by a photo essay in the Guardian

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Adieu Vancouver 2010, Cheerio London 2012!

In India, Sports on February 28, 2010 at 12:03 pm

With the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics coming to a close tonight, our 3 Indian athletes were, unfortunately, not even close to medaling.  But we applaud to them for 1) making it to the Olympics and 2) their effort.

In 2 years, the London 2012 Summer Olympics will hopefully show some Indian participants take the podium.  In Bejing, 56 athletes represented India, and even accomplished 1 Gold and 2 Silver medals.

Just like Canada seems to be a home-game away from home for the Americans for these Winter Olympic Games, having the Summer Olympics take place in London will surely bring out the Indian sport fans!  We can’t wait ourselves!

Men of God Behaving Badly.

In Crime, Faith & Religion, India on February 27, 2010 at 10:14 pm

Mixing entrepreneurship with God sometimes yields very ungodly results.

Shiv Murti Dwivedi alias Sant Swami Bhimanand Ji Maharaj Chitrakoot Wale (39) […] a self-styled godman, was arrested by south district police on Friday for operating a high-profile sex racket. It involved former airhostesses and students. (Full post at TOI)

Strange Jewelry Design Watch: Raja Gondkar.

In Fashion, India, Style on February 27, 2010 at 6:28 pm

Read the story of the earring and the designer Raja Gondkar at Trendhunter Magazine.  It’s just funny.

How Millenial Are You?

In India on February 27, 2010 at 5:17 pm

Take the illuminating quiz at the PewResearchCenter.

What does our high score tell us? We’re millenial baby! The very first question gave it away.

In the past 24 hours, did you watch more than an hour of television programming, or not?

The internet ate our TV.

When you’re done with the quiz make sure to read a portrait of the Millenials.

Hattip: Andrew Sullivan, Daily Dish