Why do people point to their wrist when asking for the time, but don't point to their bum when they ask where the bathroom is?
I didn't have time to write before...
Last Tuesday, Bharat and I went to the Airport to pick up a pal who was arriving from Dubai. The flight landed around 2am, we picked up the dude, got back on the road with a plan to have some chai near Kathipara and then head home...
Bharat was driving, I was riding shot-gun, chatting and fooling around with my mobile cam.
We had just crossed Trident when it happened... this damn fool lorry guy was driving on the wrong side of the road and bearing down on us. We didnt have the time or the space to react.
The Lorry was seconds away from ramming us when I shot the clips you see below...
Wonder how we finally managed to make it ? Check the Comments....
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It is a joyous moment for all of us who worked with BlogSwara platform to know that it is getting attention from an opposite corner of the world.
BlogSwara has become the center case study for an MA thesis submission.
Jessica Keyes, a student of Department of Music, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada has chosen the music blogging with a primary focus on BlogSwara for her academic defense. Her paper titled "Blogging Music: Indian Musicians and Online Musical Spaces" presents an ethnography of the Indian music blogging community and a critical analysis of the historical and technological foundation for music blogging.
You can access the paper here
Great Work Jo and gang :wave: