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NihangSpeak by KHUSHWANT SINGH [Chandigarh]
With Holla Mohalla approaching, the author takes some language lessons from the Nihangs ... and confuses people with his newly acquired lingo.
Blessed Are The Idol Makers by JASON BURKE
"The decision banning plaster of Paris for Ganesh idols has hurt Hindu sentiments. Shiv Sena will never tolerate this and will lead the fight against it."
50 Ways To Leave A Lover? Here's Two More NEWS REPORTS
The U.K. immigration officer was so sick of his spouse that when she was visiting family overseas, he added her name to the register of people banned from flights into the U.K.
Chained To Their Desks:
India's Murder Convicts To Man Its Call Centres
by JASON BURKE
India finds new source of cheap labour to serve outsourced services from the West. So, when your phone rings in London, or New York or Toronto ...
He Handles India's Foreign Policy NEWS REPORTS
India's External Affairs Minister addresses the United Nations Security Council. And gives new meaning to "The light is on, but no one's home!"
Forgive Me, Father, For I Have Linked by MAUREEN DOWD
Nothing is sacred anymore, even the sacred. And even that most secret ritual of the Roman Catholic faith, the veiled black confessional box.
"My Heart Will Go On ..." Sings the Indian Navy "A Postcard From Mumbai", by ROHIT SHAW
This is not the first such collision resulting in the casual sinking of ships here in Mumbai, India. This is the fourth one in less than two years!
The Computerised Railway Reservation Centrr by JOHN WOOD
The proper response to any request is "no." The task of the supplicant then is to find some way to turn "no into "yes." You must learn how to play this game ...
A Brilliant Disguise by ADAM TSCORN
If your visits to an airport aren't interesting enough, here's a new idea which is guaranteed to ... well ... add a new dimension to your travel experience.
The Case of The Missing Street Signs by GURMUKH SINGH
The street-sign for 'Punjab Avenue', a street in California's Fresno County, has become a favourite with thieves.