Apparently neither of these were ever meant to be living temples. One to tell is that Nandy is at the back door, instead of at the front, as he should be so he can carry the god away as soon as needed.
Motorola is building a big plant on the outskirts of town; Hyundai and Ford already have facilities churning out both cars and car parts. When my Dell hard drive died recently, I was on the phone a lot with Dell's experts in Chennai sorting things out.
One can only be amused at the Brownshirts at places like Redstate and JulesChrittenden applauding an American government official launching vicious partisan political attacks at another government official while overseas.
But then concepts like obscenity on the Senate floor, the "water's edge," shooting friends in the face, are just not applicable to Dick Cheney.
Reader Rick was quite right when he said that people here were still calling Mumbai, Bombay, but his knowledge of India seems a little rusty when he suggested it would be consistently still called Bombay. Confusion is always preferable to consistency. Tomorrow I vist a city called Mamallapuram, which is the same as Mahabalipuram, or Mahabilapuram. Of course Mallappuram is hundreds of miles away.