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... or privilege?"
10. Food is King or "Why does no Indian eat leftovers?"
11. Don’t Mind the Stares or "Everything Becomes Normal in Time”
12. Your Relationship Status is More than an Online Checkbox or “Why does everyone ask me if I’m married?”
13. How Society Treats Something they Don't Understand or “Why do the transexual men ask for money from only men?”
14. Beware of the Preposition or "Did you finish that sentence, or ...
... to get in first to get a seat, on one carriage they did not open the doors for ages so someone was trying to cut his way in. On these carriages the seats are 'unreserved' but also they often over book the available seats, so that a 200 seat carriage may have 500 people in it: so it is everyone for themselves - bearing in mind that many people are there for the night, some with children, but apparently it is priced so ...
... my ankles. A few bob he receives, which is thankfully enough to send him skipping happily off into the twilight.
Another close shave with dodgy doggies comes a little later on and this time, I'm rescued by a water truck delivery dude who drives me around for a bit and sorts me out with a free cup of chai. He didn't want anything except to show me to his friends and his mum.
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... throughout town, a couple of which I will travel to later next week.
The particular room I am in is a sea of open workspaces with at least six different PwC team. There are signs hanging up above any given section, to mark which team they are with: L&E, HR SSC, Ethics and Compliance, Sales & Marketing and R&A. As I mentioned, there are some PwC Canada and PwC Uruguay ...
As we had a fairly lengthy stay in Bangalore, we undertook some tourist site-seeing excursions. While Tippu Sultan's summer palace was intriguing, seeing a 500 year old Dravidian-style Hindu temple still in operation amazing and the Botanical Gardens confirmed Bangalore's title as 'the garden city', it was the absolutely bizarre experience of the Shiva Statue that was the most memorable. If you go to Bangalore, it is absolutely imperative that you ...