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- Life On The High Seas
First hand experiences on board ship on the high seas.
- Marital Breakdowns and Children - Fugitive NRI Woman & Child Detained
A woman, who is accused of parental kidnapping of her US Citizen child to India is detained by CBI as per directive of Supreme Court
- Memories of Medinapur
Medinapur means a lot to me. I grew up hearing tales about Medinapur
- Hygiene Hypothesis
This is the story of every germophobe.
- That Coming of Age Thing
Is it all it's cut out to be?
- Book Review: The Poison Tree - Planted and Grown in Egypt
A Single Independent Egyptian Woman's take on Love and Relationships.
- To Travel or Not To Travel
After six months of living in this city, in this house, it all seemed just like the day we first moved in.
- Animal Husbandry, a la My Wife
When she makes some strange noise, the dogs would follow her wagging their tails, like the rodents followed the fabled Piper.
- US Open 2009 - It Must be Love
A look back at the US Open, where sport succumbed to love.
- Chances, Choices, and Chemistry
The secret code I use to refer to the process of meeting an eligible bachelor is 'A tray session'
- Movie Review: Antichrist by Lars von Trier
The film opens with the pelvic thrusts of William Dafoe ("He") and Charlotte Gainsbourg ("She").
- The Issue of Rifqa Bary
There is a lot going on here, and it is hard to know who is telling the truth.
- Travel Review: Aruba
Did I mention the sand was white? How about the crystal clear turquoise waters?
- Fiction: A Room Of One's Own
This story has been written in third person and then in first person. Which works better and why?
- Quitters do Win
Winston Churchill and his permanent appendage created a positive association between success and smoking in my mind, turning me into a smoker.
- TV Review: Sach Ka Saamna - Moment of Truth
It's the thought police coming to get you.
- Surnames, Globalization, and More
It is high time countries all over the world ditched the notion that every name should consist of a surname and a given name.
- Fiction: The Best of Both Worlds
If only the adults could be pragmatic and not lug so much excess baggage around!
- Cooking For The Family
Its been eight years to my marriage and I find myself chained to the kitchen and not half a good cook as my mom.
- Book Review: The Wish Maker by Ali Sethi
Sethi conveys to his readers the sights, sounds and smells of upper-middle class Pakistan
- Harassment Of Women On Cairo Streets
What makes men in Egypt harass women on the streets with impunity?
Three minutes left for the class to start and the son gets antsy.
- Fathers Rally in Bangalore for Access to Children
On the eve of International Father's Day, Dads separated from their children protest in Bangalore on Saturday.
- Fiction: Dessicate
I did notice the subtleties around me. The ones that made the times I live in, the place I grew up.
- Diwali Dreams: Kal Aaj Aur Kal
Lots of shrieks, emotional reunion. Tears on everyone's eyes.
- Dr. George Tiller Shot Dead and the Abortion Debate Continues
Dr. Tiller’s murder will make no difference to the abortion debate
- Fiction: Maternity Leave
Rajeev had nothing against hiring women or giving them maternity benefits
- Bow Down Before Your Wife's Diktat: Supreme Court of India Tells Men
Are men ready to confront the new reality?
- Book Review: Hyperion
A review of a book and some thoughts on how a father deals with the death of his child
- At The End Of The Lane
They leave behind a spacious flat on the top floor of a building at the end of a leafy, shaded lane.
- Afghan Law That Allowed Marital Rape to be Reviewed
A hard struggle for women's rights
- Weekend Breaks from Cairo
Egypt has plenty of options for every kind of weekend break.
- Flash Comes of Age
We all move on in life. But there are just some things you can't explain to a cat - especially a cat without claws.
- Poem: Love in Times of Explosions
omnia vincit amor
- Prayag Kashi Gaya
Moksh or no, I found a perceptible shift in my "attachments" towards the material and the familial
- Struggle To Push Forward
I did not like my grandpa's story because he had ended it by telling me that the seed had grown into a plant healthy but
- Poem: love in the mid noon sun
handle bar moustaches / wrinkled eyes / yellow toothed smile / sweat glistening on the forehead
- Health Care: Some Personal Anecdotes
While conventional doctors and health care is still required, often there are simpler alternatives to everyday concerns.
- India's Hidden Incest Crisis
Just how big an issue is incest in India? Well a topic like this will always be in the shadows.
- Ishq-Mohabbat-Pyaar-Vyaar: A Tribute to Filmy Love
The influence of films hasn’t made matters any easier for those of us struck by Cupid’s arrow.
- Lonely at Sixty
There has been a steady rise recently in reports of cases of elderly being abused, harassed and abandoned in India
- A Journey That Continues
We’ve set out to do what we think is our pursuit of happiness.
- Beyond Love
I have learned that the human spirit at its best, can soar to heights you cannot even begin to imagine. It has taught me that
- BBB Inc. - With Bare Hands If Necessary
This wall is an artificial construct that needs to be brought down - with bare hands if necessary - one brick at a time.
- POGO, Kellogg's Special K, and Body Image Issues
Ma, You Are Fat!
- The Most Important Moment of My Life
“Please daddy.” I said, and now those lines were on my forehead too.