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Giving, without hurting

In good old Mysore, families hosted strangers at their homes and fed them, recalls Sudha Narasimhachar.

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

Making sense of first love

 His forthcoming book that deals with first love has autobiographical shades to it, admits Faraaz Kazi

Down memory lane on a Yamaha

A pleasant rush of childhood nostalgia overtook Anjna Rawat Pratap as she started playing the Yamaha

“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’

Live your day - the South African way

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

 
Fragrant Flowers

Children are fragrant flowers, praises Bhupinder Singh in poetic verses 

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 

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...

Joy of Giving

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

A Morning Cup of Inspiration

Jency Samuel is fascinated by a tea vendor's 'art of living' on a train journey.