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Recall of the Wild

Recall of the Wild

'To enjoy the wilderness is to be rebooted to factory settings,' says Mitali Saran.'Your eyes have to readjust their focal length from arm's length to way, way across the bank, where the stone-still slab of a crocodile lies snaggle-toothed in the sun, or to where a crested serpent eagle perches in a complication of light and shade, considering its options.'All photographs: Rajesh Karkera/ IMAGE: A rare sighting of the majestic tiger in the Bannerghata National Park, Karnataka.   ..., 1 week ago
Mitali Saran: Recall of the wild Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

Letters: Meticulous approach

Such empathy is conspicuous by its absence even in the post-demonetisation scenario Mitali Saran's piece, "Fiddling while Rome burns" (December 17), attempts a psychological analysis of the "bright minds" that worked overtime to score the "self ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Mitali Saran: Fiddling while Rome burns  Business Standard1 month ago Mitali Saran: Closet economist  Business Standard1 month ago Mitali Saran: Demonetisation PTSD  Business Standard1 month ago

My First Christmas

And thankfully the last, says Mitali Saran. The first and only time my family celebrated Christmas, I was seven or eight. It was early in our stint in Switzerland, and my mother thought that she would do the whole thing with the tree and the presents and so on to broaden our cultural horizons. She duly went out 10 days beforehand and bought a tree -- a teenage-sized fir, as firs go, in a pot. Glossy green, not too big, not too small; quiet personality, but with a presence; just right for ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Mitali Saran: First Christmas  Business Standard1 month ago

Year-end goal: Break up with your clothes NOW!

'As I suspected, I had way, way too much clothing, which you would never know from what I actually wear,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/ The end of the year always triggers my de-cluttering instincts, which are rare, but ruthless. If a baby gets thrown out with the bathwater, that's fine -- the place will be quiet, and I'll get to eat all the Cerelac. So I spent a good portion of last week weeding out my closet. About 95 per cent of it is rubbish, and of that, I ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Mitali Saran: The audacity of scope

Big dreams need better planning than this
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: A bridge too far

Or at least very late
 Business Standard4 days ago

Mitali Saran: Ten per cent human

There's a reason we talk about having 'a gut feel'
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

Mitali Saran: Patriotism for dummies

Standing or sitting or doing handstands in the aisles has nothing to do with how you feel about your country
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: The ugly American

He's here. Now make sure this never happens again.
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Not another pollution column

Yes, another pollution column
 Business Standard2 months ago
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