The Geese are here!

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I got off from my bus today evening and was walking along the pond to my way home. Its a virtually dead place during winter but today I was in for a surprise! I saw new inhabitants near the freshly melted water! I jumped with joy: “Yay! the Geese are back!” Canadian Geese swimming in water. On the top is…

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Pavan Devaya Namah

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“I hate the name Pavan“, I told a friend last night. If you are an extremist Hindu OR a self-declared-guardian-of-religion OR someone who imposes their ideas of right and wrong, then buzz off. I woke up to loud noises today morning at 5. Out of curiosity, I went to the window of my bedroom to checkout what was happening. It…

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Feeling hot hot hot

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Boy this [tag]summer[/tag] is hot (I am talking about the [tag]temperature[/tag] now)! A street dog relaxing under a taxi. Gateway of India, Mumbai, October 2006 [tag]Toronto[/tag] is currently suffering under a relentless [tag]heat[/tag] wave. I was reading this and this and started feeling worse. Look at the numbers right now (source): Temperature: 32°C, Feels like 37°C Wind: North 7kmph Relative…

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Cold February

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If you saw Canadians surprised over a spring-like December, you ought to see this Toronto Star report about a [tag]freezing [/tag]February. If they said that December 2006 was the warmest in 40 years, so here we have, February 2007 as the [tag]cold[/tag]est in 28 years! The average temperature was -8.4C, which was three degrees colder than normal. That also made…

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Biting cold!

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Since a week, minimum temperatures in [tag]Toronto[/tag], [tag]Canada[/tag] are consistently in negative double digits. For me this is very exciting, but the Canadians don’t like it. This graph shows the forecast for next week. Note that it shows average high [tag]temperature[/tag]s. At night it gets quite cold. (Source: The weather network) Although your face is the only exposed part of…

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