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Commented on own review

Dec 23, 2005 02:31 PM

Hi Lydia, Nice to see you respond to a review which I had written five years ago. You said you are ex-staff of Regent, then where are you working now? Why did you quit? Let me also add that Regent has now become Taj Land's End Hotel and its service has improved vastly. I was there recently, so I ...know.Read More

Reviewed Mallika Sherawat

Mar 22, 2005 03:23 PM 2256 Views

(Updated Mar 22, 2005 05:48 PM)

I like Mallika Sherawat, not for how she looks but for what she does. She has a beautiful body and she does not feel it necessary to hide it behind layers of clothing. Having said that, I must also say two things. Firstly, at least half of the leading heroines of the past ten years have had t...Read more

Reviewed Broker, The - John Grisham

Mar 22, 2005 02:59 PM 2414 Views

(Updated Mar 22, 2005 05:50 PM)

I read 'The Broker' because I liked some of his earlier books: The Brief, The Firm, The Brethren, The Chamber, etc. But I am disappointed by 'The Broker' because none of the wonderful lawyer stuff is on display. ''The Broker'' is just another spy thriller; change a few names and places, and y...Read more

Followed jaya

Dec 07, 2001 07:23 AM


Commented on jilmil's review

Aug 17, 2001 02:37 PM

If I remember correctly, the Rajesh Khanna starrer that you mention was: DUSHMAN. It included one of the favourite songs of my childhood: Vaada teraa vaada....'

Reviewed Dealing with Severe Illness

Jul 30, 2001 08:00 PM 3483 Views

Only one thing is worse than having to deal with severe illness. And that is a sense of failure - of having let down someone who is very close to you. In my case it was my mother. As some of you might know, I have studied medicine. Hence I could often see ahead, things that others could not. ...Read more

Reviewed Unit Trust Of India - UTI

Jul 12, 2001 04:46 PM 8584 Views

The Unit Trust of India is not worthy of our trust any longer. Hence it should be disbanded immediately. Today the hue and cry is about US-64, and every one including Mr Yashwant Sinha has woken up. But the fact is: UTI as a company has been doing badly by the market for several years now. Also,...Read more

Followed divya

Jul 12, 2001 02:01 PM


Commented on own review

Jun 25, 2001 07:13 PM

I agree that I should have mentioned this point in my review. I checked with my visitor later (by e-mail) and he said he had left messages at the reception that I was going to come. Besides, I wrote to the hotel management about my experience, but they did not reply. In my book, the management is la...cking somewhere.Read More

Reviewed The Regent - Mumbai

Jun 25, 2001 02:01 PM 2367 Views

If someone ever made a movie on Regent Hotel, Bandra, Mumbai, it would probably have to be called ''Nightmare at Land's End.'' I have been there only once and I promised myself that I would never go there again. Why do I say this? Let me tell you a little story. In September 2000, I received ...Read more

Reviewed Mid-Day

Jun 18, 2001 11:14 AM 1933 Views

For thousands of office-goers who have to spend an hour or so while standing in a local train compartment, getting pushed and jostled all the time, Mid-Day make life bearable. I have bought it off the newsstands several times a week for years together. My only problem is that the news vendors...Read more

Reviewed Hotmail

Jun 05, 2001 06:50 PM 2640 Views

Hotmail is probably the best thing to happen to the entire internet world since it began as a mass movement some five years ago. I have been using it for more than two years and I find it very, very useful. Much better since it is free. One of the reasons I like it is that it is so popular; s...Read more

Reviewed Outlook India

Jun 05, 2001 05:40 PM 1991 Views

In the day of television and instant news on internet, one might wonder if there is any place for a magazine that is published only once every seven days. But I think there is. And Outlook is living proof of that. This is because newspapers and TV are basically headline service. They tell you wh...Read more

Commented on arvind's review

Jun 05, 2001 05:21 PM

Your review is sober in tone and thoughtful, too. So I don't want to criticise it too strongly. But the fact is that newspapers and news magazines are not meant for 'learning.' There are an entire genre of 'how to' books available on the net. News magazines are meant to act as a mirror of society, ...and perhaps call for introspection on our part. Society's ills would only be corrected if someone holds them up for everyone to see. That is what magazines like Outlook do quite wellRead More

Reviewed Testament, The - John Grisham

May 27, 2001 05:14 PM 4129 Views

This was the fourth or fifth book by John Grisham which I read. And I was sorely disappointed. None of the thrill of the Pelican Brief, none of the legal tangles of The Firm, none of the hard core cynicism of The Brethren. The Testament reads more like a travelogue into South America, since t...Read more

Reviewed Kaun Banega Crorepati

May 22, 2001 11:32 AM 2356 Views

This is going to run against the current, but I can't help saying this. When KBC started, it had a certain novelty value, a certain excitement. The programme is not worth the Big B, and I was a big fan of his movies. Of late, I have found his style of presenting to be rather monotnous and bor...Read more

Reviewed India Today

May 20, 2001 08:30 AM 1774 Views

That's the way I can best describe INDIA TODAY. It was a new idea when it began in 1975, because the Illustrated Weekly was dying, and a good news magazine was required. But the style and presentation has not changed over 25 years, and it appears somewhat boring. In this day and age, when tel...Read more

Commented on a-girl-next-door's review

May 17, 2001 01:03 PM

I don't mean the review; I mean this guy Grisham. What's wrong with him? I am a loyal Grisham fan; I have read all his books at least twice. But I think I shall give this one a miss. And wait for him to write a genuine 'Grisham.'

Reviewed Mumbai

May 16, 2001 04:47 PM 2637 Views

Mumbai is the place with the worst pollution in the world. It is also where you can travel back from a late night movie by train and not be afraid to getting mugged -- even if you are a woman! It is also where you can eat every day at the railway station for months and years but not fall sick...Read more

Reviewed God Player - Robin Cook

May 13, 2001 11:32 AM 3943 Views

God Player by Robin Cook is about a heart surgeon who gets a thrill out of performing extremely delicate operations. Because of his skills he becomes rich and famous, but the human side of him tends to wither away. He gets married to a much younger woman, who happens to suffer from diabetes a...Read more