Yet how paradoxical it is, and how delightful, that Bangalore, a city that has leapt to prominence on the back of work outsourced by America, is now itself outsourcing from America – outsourcing glamour, no less.
I remember an author who once said she edits all her writing by imagining Tunku reading her work. Then, this explains all the bad writing.
This is perspective-a? If it is, I don’t want it.
Road accidents are common in India, claiming thousands of lives every year. Most of them are blamed on reckless driving and poorly maintained roads.
At least 19 people died after a school bus collided with a train at a railway crossing in the northern Indian state of Punjab last December.
In 2006, six children were killed after the bus carrying them to school plunged into a canal in neighbouring Haryana state.
Seventeen children were rescued by the police and villagers.