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  • Kasol Capers

    Visiting Kasol in January is a little bizarre, but an adventure nonetheless.
  • Love Actually

    Here's to that austere, painful, joyous, and completely insane adventure called love.
  • Culture Jamming

    Striving to uncover the truth hidden beneath layers of advertising euphemisms.
  • Rains, Coffee, and Muck

    From mucky streets, to mucky railway platforms, to mucky office entrances, to mucky everything.
  • The Problem with Indie Movies Today

    A quick look at the state of independent cinema in India and the West.
  • The Magic Dragon

    What do you get when you have nine generations of magic flowing through your veins? Meet the new age P. C. Sorcar.
  • The Call of the Thunder Dragon

    Bhutan has been described by travellers as the Johnny Depp of the world — reclusive, a bit odd, but endearing nonetheless.
  • Restaurant: Asian Wok

    An unassuming little restaurant, Asian Wok offers up a mouthwatering variety of Thai, Chinese, and Malay dishes.
  • One Book a Week

    It’s time to phase out idle mouse clicking and passive TV watching for something that’s genuinely worth doing.
  • Electric City

    A new column that aims to inform you about the best in electronic music from around the country.
  • Walking the Talk

    At Thermal and a Quarter's Taaqademy, the focus is not only on teaching you how to play an instrument, but also on what it takes to play in a band.
  • Tell Me the Answer

    It is raw, it is raucous, it is vitriol. It is anarchy, mayhem, a new world order. It is a revelation, unveiling the interchangeable voice of a messiah and a murderer.
The Oracle of Tripe #3

The Oracle of Tripe #3

By Chaitanya Modak and Benita Fernando
The Oracle of Tripe #3