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North East Diary: The train journey

I love travelling by train. But, train journeys across India, especially in a general sleeper class compartment are not for the light hearted. There’s the crowd, the fights, the hawkers, the blaring music on acoustically challenged Chinese phones, the lack of space to keep your luggage, then the fear that the luggage might get stolen,… Continue reading North East Diary: The train journey

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Monsoons 

​ Late post as usual. This one is from June 2017. The monsoons are passing the Andamans; so excited about their arrival! This picture was taken on a hike last year after Anpya convinced me that the tank has no crocodiles anymore. (haha) Drenched and freezing we roamed the precincts of the Fort occasionally pausing… Continue reading Monsoons 

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Should governments waive farm loans: the Maharashtra case study

19 MLAs were suspended for shouting slogans demanding loan waivers for farmers during presentation of the budget in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly recently. Legislators earlier had also submitted a breach of privilege notice against State Bank of India Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya for her comments cautioning against such a policy. The Maharashtra Legislature has been held… Continue reading Should governments waive farm loans: the Maharashtra case study