Vol 9 Issue 47, Nov 16, 2018 - Nov 22, 2018.

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  • Diwali cause

    Diwali cause

    Diwali, the festival of lights, is all about spreading cheer, says Upamanyu Raju, Founder, Tiger Protection Group, as he suggests some nice ways in which you could be involved with their tiger projects  
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  • Food for thought

    Food for thought

    So what if children refuse to acknowledge Indian cuisine at an international food fair, Anjna Rawat Pratap had a quintessentially native trick up her sleeve. Well, it worked
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  • Triumph of love

    Triumph of love

    When grandma invited an elderly man to eat with the family, the little girl was angry at losing her share of the mutton curry. But Arpita Sutradhar soon realised the greatness of the man
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  • A new life

    A new life

    It was a romantic drive and they were cruising at a high speed on the expressway when suddenly the car veered out of control. Shaheen Bootwalla is fortunate to stay alive and tell the story
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  • Bosky is back!

    Bosky is back!

    Facing up to the loss of a loved one becomes easier when you listen to your heart and ignore the mind. Anjna Rawat Pratap likes to believe that her beloved golden Labrador has been re-born
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  •  In grandma’s home

    In grandma’s home

    Close to four decades after leaving Kargali, a coal town, Arpita Sutradhar wonders why she never returned to the place, whose old smell, sounds and visuals come in her dreams
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  • Badminton in Lavasa

    Badminton in Lavasa

    In Lavasa, the much hyped hill city in Maharashtra, Anjna Rawat Pratap relived a past through a game of badminton with her nephew and had a chilled out time
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  • Something fishy about Chitto

    Something fishy about Chitto

    Memories do not fade away with time for Arpita Sutradhar, who remembers a night when Chitto, the little boy, was caught red-handed eating fish in her grandmother’s kitchen much to her delight
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  • Home coming

    Home coming

    The very thought of seeing your parents after a long time can bring tears of joy and trigger an avalanche of emotions. Anjna Rawat Pratap shares her feelings as she prepares to return home
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  • Positivity is in the eye of the beholder

    Positivity is in the eye of the beholder

    The sight of a kingfisher at the backyard of her house strengthened Jency Samuel’s belief in positive thoughts
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  • When having an albatross around proved to be a delight

    When having an albatross around proved to be a delight

    On a ship journey, you bump into hitchhikers.  Anjna Rawat Pratap couldn’t take her eyes off one of them
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  • Celebrate life, here and now

    Celebrate life, here and now

    Life offers plenty of reasons to celebrate. So why wait for a special moment, Bhupinder Singh seems to ask 
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  • Giving, without hurting

    Giving, without hurting

    In good old Mysore, families hosted strangers at their homes and fed them, recalls Sudha Narasimhachar.
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  • A farmhouse treat and a lesson

    A farmhouse treat and a lesson

    In the solitude of a farmhouse, P C Vinoj Kumar saw the birds, enjoyed the rain, and learned a lesson
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  • Making sense of first love

    Making sense of first love

     His forthcoming book that deals with first love has autobiographical shades to it, admits Faraaz Kazi
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  • Down memory lane on a Yamaha

    Down memory lane on a Yamaha

    A pleasant rush of childhood nostalgia overtook Anjna Rawat Pratap as she started playing the Yamaha
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  • “Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be..."

    “Grow old along with me, the best is yet to be..."

    When the gentleman asked her for the dance, Simi Mehta couldn’t resist the offer and she said ‘yes’
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  • Live your day - the South African way

    Live your day - the South African way

    Studying journalism in Wales turned out to be a memorable experience, writes Marianne de Nazareth
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  • Fragrant Flowers

    Fragrant Flowers

    Children are fragrant flowers, praises Bhupinder Singh in poetic verses 
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  • Wait, you may enjoy it

    Wait, you may enjoy it

    Find out what happened to a schoolteacher, who was worried when told that she was going to have twins. It was a surprise 
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  • A letter to God

    A letter to God

    Hello! Nirvadha Singh here. Is it God? I was just wondering if you could give me the presidential suite in heaven...
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  • Joy of Giving

    Joy of Giving

    Wife of a business tycoon, Rekha Ramachandran, finds joy in giving.    P C Vinoj Kumar is touched.
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