CANADA DIARY | Gurmukh Singh
August 26, 2005
Whenever you get talking to Indians settled abroad --
be it a cabbie in Vancouver or a real estate agent in
Toronto or a security guard in Calgary or a passenger
on a plane, they always inquire about how things have
changed in India since they left its shores. Of course,
they do learn about the goings-on in their native land f
rom newspapers, magazines and 24-hour TV programmes.
But still there is that curiosity to get some first-hand information.
More so when you tell them that you are a roving journo.