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What Is Love?

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Marginal Utility.

It has been a couple or more decades since I had to deal with this old chestnut. It is difficult to remember constantly that Pravin is very much younger and is quite capable of challenging my memory with such ideas … Continue reading

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Memory Trigger 13. Breakfast Food.

I was introduced to Dal Pakwaan in 1990 at a place called Ulhasnagar which has a fascinating story of giving refuge to refugees and becoming a town buzzing with small scale and cottage industries making the local populace a hard … Continue reading

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The Himba People of Namibia

My cousin Shankar who keeps coming up with amazing pieces of information sent this link to me which I want to share with my readers. We have a few such tribes still in existence in India too but they too … Continue reading

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Belief.

To my dear friend Conrad, this is specially for you. Off the blog world, I have some friends who follow my posts and prefer to comment through emails rather than to leave comments on the posts. One such friend, a … Continue reading

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Ice Skating Like Never Before!

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Woolwich Again II.

I live in a country which has the world’s second largest Muslim population. I have lost friends to acts of terrorism on our soil. I have soldier friends who till today bear wounds acquired fighting an enemy sworn on Allah’s … Continue reading

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The Lion Lady Strikes Again.

I visited my cousin Devi and her two delightful children Meena and Sundar last Saturday at Thane. Since Devi has been indisposed for some time, the youngsters had prepared a typical South Indian lunch for me which was out of … Continue reading

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The Invisible Man.

My friends and I sit together in a cluster of benches for our evening chats at the local park. Recently, one walker passed us by while on his walk and greeted everyone there except me. While I will certainly be … Continue reading

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Save Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani – II

Surprisingly, protests from all over the world have influenced the establishment in Iran. I am very pleased to take my readers to this news item in the BBC. I hope that the authorities in Iran will take the matter to … Continue reading

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