‘Ekadoshi’ Day Out
A friend has come down from Delhi to spend her Pujo vacation at home and we decided to meet today.
Bohemian: The global adventure of Bengali Cuisine
I first visited Bohemian during Pujo last year. And what an amazing experience it was! Each and every item on the menu reflected sheer brilliance and, thanks to our large group of school friends, we had tasted and savoured almost everything on the menu. Well, almost! I also had the opportunity to talk to Chef […]
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag: Director Got Carried Away!
15 minutes into the movie and a mindless bollywood song starts, and I am thinking what I am doing here.
More Books to Read
Few more additions to my reading list.
Let The Good Times Roll!
I gifted myself an array of books. Most of these are modern classics.
Govt Doctors The Most Vulnerable In India
A doctor writes about an unfortunate incident which is not only depressing but really alarming. It is sad that such incidents have become quite common in Bengal, if not the entire country. In my brief medical career so far, I have seen that in every such incident of harassment of medical staff, there has been […]
First Sun of the Year at Tiger Hill
It was well before dawn. The watch tower at Tiger Hill had only started filling up with a handful of tourists when we arrived there, and the three of us managed to find seats in the second row.
Republic Day Breakfast
Today morning I had breakfast with a friend at Mrs. Magpie. We were truly mesmerized by the sheer beauty of the place and its assortment of delectable bite-sized cupcakes. I ordered a Darjeeling tea for myself while she had the coffee.
Quote from OHCM
A quote on the power of sleep, from the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine.
As a Bond fan, I could not miss it. And it was a very good watch. The first half was a tad slow, but the second half was rivetting. I liked how the movie ended. Looks like old school Bond flavor is back 😀 Call me an old timer, but I can’t help comparing new […]