My colleagues reported last night on the severe air pollution that has enveloped Delhi: NEW DELHI—India’s capital ordered the city’s schools closed for three days starting Monday, as authorities moved to combat the effects of thick smog that has choked residents and prompted public outcry. Some public elementary schools in New Delhi had been shut […]
Spotted yesterday near Connaught Place.
“You talk about the energy of New York City — India makes New York City look like nap time.” That’s from an in-depth New York Times story this week on what the late-night icon has been up to since retirement (beyond growing an impressive beard). Letterman apparently traveled here to world’s second-most-populous country to film […]
Snapped last night in New Delhi’s Nizamuddin East neighborhood.
The story begins: NEW DELHI— Facebook Inc. is hiring a high-profile technology executive with expertise in Silicon Valley and India to help develop strategies for its Messenger app, an increasingly important platform for the social-media company. Anand Chandrasekaran, a former senior executive at Yahoo Inc., will assume a global leadership role working on strategies and […]
So, I posted this image on Twitter recently and it’s proven to be a big hit. Why? People — and I guess I am one — seem to love stock photos of “hackers,” particularly ridiculous ones. And this one, which I noticed in an Indian newspaper the other day, fits the bill. Rather than simply putting […]
Came across this fellow here in Delhi yesterday. He (or she) was eating a paratha. Given his/her interesting colouring, neck adornment, and hoof bling, I was wondering if it might be an auspicious goat, kept and fed by people nearby in the neighborhood. So I asked some guys hanging out nearby. They kept repeating a […]
Spotted here in Delhi: a brochure for an Italian restaurant promoting free “selfie garlic bread.” I have no idea what it has to do with selfies. And who is the guy in the photo? It’s a distinct possibility that I’m overthinking all of this.
Snapped on a rainy evening recently, while stuck in traffic.
Newspapers here in India are serious about their puns and wordplay. Here, a sampling taken just from front pages yesterday!