Monthly Archives: July 2012

Burnt Shadows By Kamila Shamsie: A Review

I had often heard it said in the last couple of years that while Indian authors in English had made a name for themselves internationally and were widely read worldwide for quite some time now, Pakistani writers had of late … Continue reading

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The Mother of All Grand Slams

Last Sunday was the culmination of a week of  tennis-watching for me–it was the Wimbledon gentlemen’s singles finals. Yes, they have the gentlemen’s singles finals at Wimbledon while other grand slams merely have men’s singles 🙂 One of those little … Continue reading

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Back with a song, if not a bang!

Like all good things in life, vacations don’t last forever. Which is just as well, I tell myself–one vacation needs to end for you to start looking forward to another, right? Well people, I am back, relaxed, rejuvenated and all … Continue reading

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