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I am back from Ashara in India and like everyone else, trying to settle back into the routines we abandoned two weeks ago. I didn’t get any time to write while in India at all, so if I put any […]

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Apologies for the lack of posts of late – what with the election and all, I’ve been recuperating 🙂 I am literally seated on a plane about to leave for India. So, I’ll be doing some India blogging over the […]

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If you’ve wondered why I’ve been even more distracted of late, it is in preparation for the most important trip I’ve ever made in my life: “Behold! We gave the site, to Abraham, of the (Sacred) House, (saying):  Associate not […]

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On Saturday, Air India Flight 812 crashed shortly after takeoff from the Mangalore airport, killing 160 people. The problem here is more than just one crash, but rather a systemic failure of Air India as an organization to sustain a […]

UPDATE – the name of the building is now officially the Burj Khalifa, named after the ruler of neighbouring Abu Dhabi, to honor the bailout made by its sister emirate during the financial crisis. The Burj Dubai is officially open […]

There’s some irony in the recent news that in Gujarat state, that democracy will now be mandatory: All registered voters in Gujarat will be required to vote. Those absent will be asked to submit a valid reason with proof within […]

They say getting here is half the fun… if you’re a masochist, perhaps. I arrived on Friday morning and only now, awaking on Tuesday morning, do I really feel like I’m rested and energized after sleep. Part of the reason […]