Sex, Lies &
Shahrukh, Shoaib, sangria and Scrabble in bpb cutting, our weekly pick-tionary of Mumbai happenings.
After a hiatus of two weeks when Cutting was hijacked by our guest Scouters, bpb returns with its weekly pick-tionary of Mumbai happenings
Bollywood goes West: KJO makes SRK dub a re-edited and shorter version of My Name is Khan in English. Rub-a-dub-dub. We wonder who’s the third man in the tub.
Hitchhacker’s guide to the cyber galaxy: Chinese spies break into Indian Defense Ministry databases and the Dalai Lama’s email, according to Canadian report.
Hurt Locker, winner of six Oscars, releases in Mumbai this weekend. Must watch!
Maoists slay 75 members of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in a single day. R.I.P.
(P)Addle brained: Brown water kayaking is apparently the newest way for Mumbaikars to take advantage of the ocean. Don’t fall into the water, though. You may turn into a mutant!
Pitcher Perfect: bpb conducts a chalice-check of the best sangrias in town, for your tasting pleasure. Read our story on CNNGo.com!
(Sc)rabble rousers: SSpelling bees generate quite a buzz over news that the beloved board game will now allow the use of proper nouns. Turns out that’s only for one version, being released in the UK for limited time.
Shoaib Malik admits to marriage, divorces Ayesha Siddiqui. This is after his first wife gives cops clothes allegedly stained with Malik’s fluids proving the couple had consummated their marriage. Talk about (not) washing your dirty linen in public!
Sins of the fathers: Amidst the charges of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church comes another accusation against a Father, this one of our nation. Jad Adams’ new Gandhi biography makes some seriously cringe-worthy claims.
Terrorists killed in 26/11 attacks buried outside Mumbai more than a year later. Does the issue of our city’s security go to the grave with them?
World Health Day celebrated yesterday. We hope you too stay healthy and happy, until we meet again. Santé!
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