Telemarketing calls can be quite a menace. Three years back, when I was admitted in a hospital for a C-section, I remember being woken by an overzealous telemarketing executive who wanted to sell me a credit card.
India: Its size, its people, its coming of age.
Two days back, a close friend called to say that she plans to work on a documentary on how technology is changing the lives of rural Indians. She arm-twisted me into meeting her for lunch, before she vanishes into the remote villages of India for a few months.