This does make you wonder….. Ants have no (or little) problems with food and shelter. Ditto with birds and nearly every other species. Humans are bogged down by anxieties over food and shelter. With minds, shouldn’t humans be thousands of times ahead, not trailing fractions behind ants? Continue reading Why common sense is so uncommon
Arth Arts has another cool drama in the works. When: Saturday November 1st 7pm (Doors Open 6:30pm) Where: George Washington University Jack Morton Auditorium 21st & H St. and Sunday November 2nd 4:30pm (Doors Open 4pm) Georgetown University ICC Auditorium 37th & O St. NW Advance Tickets are $8 and can be purchased online at … Continue reading To Each His Own Muse
This is a recap of some of the headlines for the week ending 10.18.2003 on NotReallyIndian.com Its called Spin Cycle Mira’s Musical Veda Trick Baby Tricked Us Monica Ali does not win the Booker after all Lets Talk about Sex Baby Nitin Sawhney’s new single Rainfall Flying High on Hot Air? Meanwhile, here is short … Continue reading Weekly Recap for week ending 10.18.2003
Tom Bevans over at RealClear Politics has a nice overview of two Indian-American candidates for political office– Bobby Jindal and Dr. Chirinjeev Kathuria. [ via niraj] In case you do not know Kathuria, he is running last in the Senate race in Illinois. He is also the guy who helped send Dennis Tito up to … Continue reading Flying High on Hot Air?
The next release from Nitin Sawhney’s most recent album, ‘Human‘ will be ‘Rainfall’ featuring Taio and Rodney P. The release is set for November the 10th, the single will be released on 12″ and two CD’s, according to a news release. The package will include remixes from Rishi Rich, Bugz In The Attic, Wookie, Mentor … Continue reading Nitin Sawhney’s new single Rainfall
Indians hate to talk about sex, that is when not participating in some survey or the other. And they love doing it. Oh well here is some interesting stuff which makes you view the land of Kamasutra in new light. Biryani in Bed: As per the Durex Global Survey 2003, the nation of lovers, France, … Continue reading Lets Talk about Sex Baby
Despite being an odds on favorite, British writer Monica Ali did not win this year’s Booker Prize for her book Brick Lane. Instead the award went to Australian author DBC Pierre, for “Vernon God Little,” a satirical novel about guilt and redemption set in Texas. Continue reading Monica Ali does not win the Booker after all
This satellite thing has become a bit of a headache for the Indian entertainment industry. For decades Bollywood has been plagiarizing the west. For instance Jism was a copy of 1944 classic Double Indemnity while Kuch To hai is a copy of I know what you did last summer. However the advent of StarTV has … Continue reading Copying the Latins
TrickBaby, a UK-based band and its lead vocalist, Saira Hussain tricked us into thinking that they were not funny. But it all changed when we caught up with her following the announcement of a three-album deal with EMI.
Trickbaby will be MTV Alert’s featured artist of the month in October and the album will be released throughout the Far East in January, preceded by the single Nine Parts Of Desire, which is already making waves in India.
In the UK the Trickbaby have just completed a video to Slipping Through Your Fingers using members of the Great Britain synchronised swimming team, expect to see it on a screen near you very soon. They will be playing at Cargo in Shoreditch on Thursday 23rd October and forthcoming is their eagerly awaited Duran Duran Wild Boys remix.
Here are excerpts from an interview…
Continue reading “Trick Baby Tricked Us”
Sex trade in India is big business, that we knew. But it is the first time it has been captured on film, and believe me when I say it there are no Tabu or Ashwariya type beauties in this documentary by an investigative journalist turned documentry maker Andrew Levine. HeÄôs presented the disturbing picture of … Continue reading India’s dirty little secret exposed