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Geetanjali Krishna: Zen and the art of home renovation
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Geetanjali Krishna: Zen and the art of home renovation

Renovating one's home seems endless after a while. After tempers start running high and memories become shorter and shorter, I'm told one reaches a Zen-like state when one begins to embrace minor imperfections. Clearly, I'm nowhere near achieving this state, ... Business Standard, 3 days ago

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Geetanjali Krishna: Living on shaky ground

A couple of days ago, when our new house was being painted, I was standing in the backyard when it happened. A pigeon took flight with a loud squawk as the earth began to shake under my feet. A phone rang and one of the painters perched on a ladder ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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Movie review 'Court': In delightful contempt of court

 Movie: Court (U/A) 116 min (Marathi/English)Cast: Vivek Gomber, Vira Sathidar, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Pradeep Joshi, Shirish Pawar, Usha BaneDirector: Chaitanya TamhaneRating: 4.5 / 5Writer-director Chaitanya Tamhane’s Court, a much feted and celebrated ...
 Deccan chronicle1 month ago Court Review: Tamhane's film deals with intolerance and censorship  Hindustan Times1 month ago Movie Review: 'Court'  MSN News US1 month ago Court review: The compelling drama is the finest film of 2015 so far  India Today1 month ago
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Woman lauded for her bravery

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Geetanjali, who was felicitated by the Uppal colony welfare association for helping catch achain-snatcher.- Photo: By Arrangement She looks like any other woman. But what sets her apart is her bravery that ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: The obstacles to pee-cycling

The other day, my veggie vendor Babulal asked me if I knew Union minister Nitin Gadkari. I said I didn't and asked why. He replied, "I follow the news very religiously and recently read his statement that urine can be used as a fertiliser for growing ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: The reluctant migrant

All his life, Kumar has worked as a security guard, hundreds, sometimes thousands of kilometres away from his village Mirik, near Darjeeling. All his life, he has hankered for home, waiting for the day he can retire and return to his roots. "My job has given ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: Waiting for work at Labour Chowk

These days, I find myself in Delhi's famous hardware market Kotla Mubarakpur almost every day looking for household renovation supplies. Every day, whether I'm buying paint or tiles or plumbing equipment, I see hordes of hopefuls hanging around, wondering if ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Matheran: a car-free hill resort

Geetanjali Krishna unwinds in Matheran in an ambience that seems frozen in time. Long weekends invariably drive city dwellers to take a quick break from their urban confines, and I'm no exception. But when I find myself heading to Matheran for the weekend during a week-long trip to Mumbai, the pleasure of a stolen break is somehow intensified. Excited about seeing the Sahyadri range up close, we kit ourselves out in our oldest shoes ("The red soil of Matheran will never wash off your good ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: Sumitra Devi and her battle for pension

As I write this column, a copy of the 2014 HelpAge India report on the State of Elderly in India is on my desk. It's depressing reading; it forecasts that between 2006 and 2050, India's population will grow by 40 per cent, while that of its aged (60 ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Geetanjali Krishna: March and the shower of woes

The other day I woke up to yet another balmy morning and the unseasonal smell of rain. As I stepped out, I found my regular vegetable vendor getting grief from a couple of irate neighbours. "Why is it that on such a pleasant morning you're quoting such ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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