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Wakt ka kya hai….

  वक्त का क्या है यूँ ही रेत बन उंगलियों से फिसल जाता है लाख कर लो मिन्नतें पलट के नहीं देखता यूँ ही धोका दे जाता है ख्वाइशों का क्या है यूँ ही पंख लगा हर सू उड़ जाती … Continue reading

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I Haven’t Told You But I Have Noticed….

I haven’t told you, But I noticed…. To find my mojo, anew How you persisted… You stood by my side… Insisting I decide… You pushed me through the door, Fly solo you said, go explore… I notice your efforts umpteen… … Continue reading

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Prank That Sealed Our Love

There is a popular saying among the men in armed forces the ‘faujis‘…. “We work hard, we party harder”. What the others might not be aware of is that these men in uniform are big pranksters too! One such prank … Continue reading

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Book Review: Forbidden Desires

Book: Forbidden Desires Publisher: Rupa Publications Genre: Fiction Author: Madhuri Banerjee The educated Indian women are slowly but surely beginning to reclaim their voices which were being repressed since many centuries now. They are now being vocal about their likes, dislikes, … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Best Seller She Wrote

Book: The Best Seller She Wrote Author: Ravi Subramaniyam Genre: Fiction Publishers: Westland Books Having heard about Ravi Subramanian and his financial thrillers I never made an effort to buy his books because once years ago when  I picked up … Continue reading

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7 Things That Define Freedom For Women This Independence Day….

This article has been published at HuffingtonPost India titled “An Independence Day for Women” I am one of those fortunate few who was born to loving and educated parents who did not find it a burden to raise two daughters when … Continue reading

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“Shoma, meri zara bandook toh lana( Shoma, bring me my gun!)”  I distinctly remember her words which sounded funny even then, back in 1984-85 when I was a 9 year-old who was witnessing violence among Hindus and Sikhs, in the … Continue reading

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