Flag Hoisting at the DC’s Bungalow

One of the drawbacks of studying at a boarding school is that one is condemned to rising at the crack of dawn for the rest of one’s life, even on Sundays and other holidays. Having been hauled out of bed at an ungodly hour from the age of six to the sound of a braying… Continue reading Flag Hoisting at the DC’s Bungalow

How do you survive at 49 in a country where everyone else is 25?

A Guy Growing Old In A Country Growing Young, by Desmond Macedo In April 2013, when Delhi Police Commissioner Neeraj Kumar was accused of links with arms dealers, he rubbished the allegations as ‘baseless, scurrilous, unfounded and ludicrous, with the sole intention of besmirching my personal integrity, reputation and competence’. Dan Mullagathanny wondered if anyone… Continue reading How do you survive at 49 in a country where everyone else is 25?