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I have been working at the WVS International Training Centre for three days now, assisting British vet students in neutering the local 'free roaming' dog population, in return for basic bed and board. Vaccination and neutering is a sustainable way of managing the street dog population in India and promoting and carrying this out is the main aim of the charity. We were told on arrival that free roaming is a more accurate description than stray when discussing Indian ...
... Derek the cook to boil up some milk and chai for me on board! Next we stopped at the botanical gardens: I didn't go in with much expectations, and when Sorab said we could have an hour there I was surprised, but they were lovely and peaceful, full of local people with families or couples. It was situated on a hill side so also a good time to stretch our legs after a lot of sitting down! There was an uninvited cow : sampling the garden: ...
... morning, as I was passing by this lot, I saw a couple of women emptying their garbage into it. There were cows there to pick through and eat the edible bits. But what will happen to the rest of the stuff? It then occurred to me that there might not even be any kind of organized garbage pick-up service in the country. Or at least not one that is available to all - or even most - of the people. Maybe the official policy is to just throw it ...
... Inside North Korea", a fascinating look at the hoodwinking of an entire population by a self-serving dictator.
I already finished reading "The White Tiger". It was really an excellent story about life in India.
Friday, 25 March 2011
Today I watched "The King of Communism - Nicolae Ceaucescu". I had long known how his story ENDED, but I hadn't known how it started. To my surprise, he started off being ...
... was caretaker for a foreign man, now out of town, and he was keen for us to come and stay there, as long as the house owner, Daniel, was cool about it.
The other fello, Ravi Kumar, assured us they were good trustworthy men and I did feel that. He himself was assistant to the chief justice. They phoned the man Daniel, who was in Bombay, and who had a posh English accent. He thought I sounded nice and so was happy for us to stay at his ...