Category Archives: Arab Spring-Libya

Lost Generation

An engineer friend lamented

“There is nothing you can hope from people who have become stunned by the continuous war.

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Meeting persons of different professions around our (Indian) Republic day gave us a broader idea of the situation. Once the work is over, they will send him back, one insider told of the missing Indian maintenance person in Sirte. We had a re-look at James Joyce’s story-Grace. The accountants on the ground quietly keep tallying the records, as some day there will be accountability. Continue reading


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Year End Diary-2013-Visibility

The world is profane and sacred. It must be swallowed whole. There is always more to be known about it than you can ever know. Margaret Atwood in her introduction to Alice Munro’s Best: Selected Stories Alice Munro-Nobel Literature Winner-2013 … Continue reading

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