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Another paradox of my times ….

“Travel far enough, you meet yourself.” ― David Mitchell, Cloud Atlas Advertisements

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Open Spaces

This is a short story I wrote last year. It is set in the beautiful city of Pune, where I studied Law for five years and is in the context of the many discussions I have been having with friends here … Continue reading

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Of Truth, Lies and the Written Word!

Dear Friends, Readers and fellow-bloggers, Some of you may notice that this is me, writing after a long… long time. In fact it has been nearly a year since I posted something up on this blog, and let me assure … Continue reading

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The Thing I Regret …

1995. You may agree that the world was very different back then. So was I. A small, scared  and totally bewildered seven-year old who stood on the stairs of boarding school waving to my mother, oblivious to the fact that … Continue reading

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Dilli Dilwalon Ki – Delhi Diaries- Part I

“Dilli Dilwalon ki!” (The city of big-hearted people) was one of the earliest phrases that I learned in Hindi. I also distinctly recollect that when I first visited Delhi as a wide-eyed innocent twelve-year old, I had concluded that the oft-quoted … Continue reading

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