A Day Out with Indiblogger and Flipkart

The day started a bit early than the previous few Saturdays. An early morning ride took me to Manfo Mist resort near Bannerugatta where I was one of the 100+ bloggers to be there to experience #FlipkartOutdoors. When I got to know about the #FlipkartOutdoors IndiBlogger Meet by Shrinidhi, I was grinning like a kid... Continue Reading →

Review: Puma El Ray Future

I had a wonderful opportunity to own and try out the brand new Puma El Rey shoes. But as fate would have it, I received a pair of shoes size 9 instead of size 8.5 (claiming that 8.5 is not a standard size, but special shoes!!). I had no option but to give the shoes... Continue Reading →

Book: Salvation of a Saint

I have read/watched quite a few thrillers and murder mysteries. And almost all of them revolves around 'whodunnit', but 'Salvation of a Saint' comes with a different plot searching for how and why the murder happened. When I read the excerpt of the book 'Salvation of a Saint', the blurb made it clear that who... Continue Reading →

50 hours with Indica Vista D90

Few days ago I had the opportunity to try the newly launched Tata Indica Vista D90, Tata Motors' new product in the Indica series. Thanks to Blogadda and Tata Motors, I had the ZX variant of the car with me for 3 days (around 50 hours - from Thursday late noon to Saturday evening) and... Continue Reading →

Book: The Krishna Key

"The Krishna key" is a thriller (or should I say mythological thriller?) Ashwin Sanghi's third book. After writing two books 'The Rozabel Line (a theological thriller) and 'Chanakya's Chant' (a political thriller), the third one digs into Hindu mythology taking us back to the times of Mahabharatha. The book is about a race between two... Continue Reading →

Book: In the Hot Unconscious

There are books that get you hooked before you finish first couple of pages. And there are others that don't, but changes the first impression gradually if you keep reading. I place this book 'In the Hot Unconscious' by Charles Foster in the second category. I was reluctant to continue reading the book even before... Continue Reading →

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