Everybody and their partner somewhere out there having fun. That hour when the mobile phone is one's best friend. The boys in the group add just one more adjective: "Pleasant."VIRTUAL BEST FRIENDSOne fine day in 2013, three friends-Sachin Bhatia, Hitesh Dhingra and Rahul Kumar-sat in a cafe in Delhi, racking their brains.
In those days, he was a Jamesian Jew, the provincial abroad, a refugee from the Montreal literary scene.The family court in suburban Mumbai is a ringtone-free zone.When an occasional cellphone sounds from among the rows of people waiting on the first floor, it is hushed by the security guard.When Leonard Cohen was twenty-five, he was living in London, sitting in cold rooms writing sad poems.He got by on a three-thousand-dollar grant from the Canada Council for the Arts.If you've seen “Wedding Crashers,” then you probably know that weddings are another prime location for one-night stands.