Monthly Archives: September 2010

First impression, immigration (Breathing Airports series #1)


Little did I know that my journey to explore Ladakh would start with a total immersion in the myriad emotions that visit the Delhi International airport’s Visitors lounge. Considering my flight arrived at a very decent hour of 2.30 am, … Continue reading

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Freedom to? (Kashmir series #4)


JOURNEY FROM KARGIL We left Kargil in the wee hours, passing through Drass, looking at the peaks on the other side, where apparently the Pakistan army had a good view of us. Everytime I wanted to take pictures I remembered … Continue reading

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Fall-below-fee, the irony


“I work for a bank.” Ok stop rolling your eyes. Generally I avoid volunteering such information for reasons that you could guess easily, especially since the recent financial crisis. Although I do wish I was overpaid and evil! You see … Continue reading

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