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Monthly Archives: July 2010
This is the cover from the latest issue of Time magazine. All the four editions of the magazine have the same cover. From the story: The Taliban pounded on the door just before midnight, demanding that Aisha, 18, be punished … Continue reading
Today’s WTF story is from the Indian Express which struck me for this one reason: it is the student union who want the teacher to wear burqa!! There is no dress code by the university. This is from Aliah University … Continue reading
The New York Times has a nice story about Kakuben Parmar who has come from Madhutra, Gujarat to Manhattan to sell her wares at the Asia Society. PLENTY of people exchanging free hugs in Times Square last Sunday traveled a … Continue reading
This attempt at humor in Time magazine caused a lot of anger among the Indian community. A doctor in California named Rahul K Parikh has written a rejoinder on CNN.
Now that Brazil has lost to Netherlands (1-2), I wonder how the guy in this photo will now look.