I have known Sarita (name changed) for almost ten years. She is a self-employed woman. When I met her, she had reached a plateau in
Category: Real Life
Sid Balachandran hardly needs an introduction. Chances are, if you are in the market for quality reading and edge-of-the-seat fiction, you’ve come across Sid’s blog
I don’t know why I have come into the garden today. Everyday when I return from training, I go straight upstairs. Today, I didn’t. Instead
A few months ago, a former net acquaintance got back in touch with me after an interval of almost three years. You know how you
I remember Shalini as if it was yesterday. I was in my first job, a systems trainer. She was my student, the kind who asks
When my first child was born, one of the visitor said, “Congratulations on the birth of your motherhood!” The greeting was unusual; it arrested
I had been married three years on that sultry June afternoon. Delhi and I had come to the conclusion that we couldn’t get along. We
Last year my phrase was Earn It! I wish I could write a done and over with kind of a review for the last year’s
My first ever cookbook was written by the queen of cookbooks- Tarla Dalal. Those years, hers were the only dependable cookbooks. She made everything seem
Summer was vacation time with my two brothers. Technically, they are my cousins as they are my mother’s sister’s sons. They are both older than
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