The Telegraph
Sunday , September 15 , 2013

Voyage of the cell

I knew when I received my first roadside call on a cellphone that this thing spelled trouble. The phone was a Motorola and it was a large brick of a monster, heavy enough to brain even a UP/Haryana cop, but that wasn’t its chief attraction. I could walk around the flat with it, but I could also do that with the much lighter wireless...   | Read..
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Heartless men
Sir — Hundreds of Indian cormorants, which had been nestling in a tree in front of the Alappuzha so ...  | Read.. 
Long way home
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Eastern stars
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