Monthly Archives: March 2011

Climbing onto a weighing scale


It happened yesterday. I was at a friend’s house. I was buzzing with the excitement of the Indo Pak semi final. Much stimulants had been consumed. Much loud cheering had happened. The atmosphere was electric. It was the perfect moment … Continue reading

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Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Month-April 2011


It was a casual discussion on the road trip back from Lavasa, with Monika that had the germ of this idea crop up. Children were getting abused all around us, by folks know to the families, by unknown people, by … Continue reading

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All about loitering.


Disclaimer: I haven’t read the book yet, but when I read about the book the concept intrigued me because it was something I identified so strongly with, as I guess most women living in the city would. We don’t loiter … Continue reading

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Want to check into the Hotel K?


I think not. Despite the fact that this hotel is located in the paradisical beach resort of Bali, the name Hotel K is actually a sarcastic take on the tourist culture that governs Bali, and this place is in reality … Continue reading

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Standing in never ending lines-Jottings


It is rare that one needs to stand in lines these days, but the few times that one does is enough to make one’s temper broil and the fumes start emanating from one’s nostrils, and the forehead start to glow … Continue reading

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More than Skin Deep


Ever wonder what happened to that glow on your face, the time when you could just splash some water on your face and charge out of the house without the now mandatory regimen on foundation/Lacto/SPF base and compact, and then … Continue reading

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And am mentioned here…


….be still my nerves. http://tranquebarindia.wordpress.com/2011/02/17/the-literary-glass-ceiling-fact-or-fiction/

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