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Archive for August, 2007

When life doesn’t make sense


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Destiny of LifeMy mother had always lived a life filled to the brim with deeds that brought relief to people in need. Anyone could just walk up to our door and ask for help…the gardener, the watchman, the cow loitering on the road or a dog going hungry… mom was always there, ready with food or money or whatever. A frail delicate figure in a softly starched cotton saree, she was always busy. And because of her hospitality we were often deprived of a much needed weekend rest with the endless arrival of guests.

Get Healthy from Inside Out


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Listening MusicWe all know that eating healthy food, regular exercise and leading a fairly systematic and disciplined life holds the key to a healthy life. But, is it enough for us to have a healthy, disease free body and an alert mind to be able to improve the quality of our lives and enjoy life to the fullest? This is a question that has remained foremost on my mind ever since I met little Raju.

Raju was about six years old. I first met him at the cancer ward for children in the Adyar Cancer research centre. His body was frail, diseased and incapable of doing much. But his eyes, they were the windows of his indomitable spirit. He was sure that he would be able to walk to the garden and fly a kite even on the morning he died.

Beauty and the bride


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Beauty and the brideYour wedding is just a few weeks or months away and you’re looking for some kind of instant remedies that will aid you look your best on your big day. Though there is absolutely no doubt that every woman looks her very best on this day but a little extra care can help to make you look sensational.

Though it is a joyous occasion one can hardly say that it is a stress free occasion for either the bride or the bride-groom. Missed meals and lack of sleep are common. All this has an impact on the appearance of the skin and hair. So, here are some simple, easy to follow, time tested and tried ways of getting gorgeous skin and hair within a short span of time.

IT and Divorce: Looking Past the Link


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IT and DivorceThe figures are beginning to tell the tale. 40% of the divorce cases filed last year in Chennai featured couples from the IT and ITES industries. The figures for Bangalore are also catching up. Both these cities, with a high density of IT offices, are showing a trend that many have suspected for a while – that the rise of India’s stock in the ‘knowledge economy’ era is not without its hidden costs, particularly in the area of family and personal life.

There are many reasons given for this rash of divorces among young couples, with less than a decade of marriage between them. Burn-out, job-related stress affecting sexual relations, little time being spent together and the fluid living arrangements of people on the move are touted as some of the factors. Some claim that the divorce rate among BPO couples is high because they have chosen to get married rather than live together for a few years. “Some of these couples have got married without informing their family members in distant corners of the country,” says Neha. “They live together for a year or two, then prefer to return to the family fold, and have their parents find a partner for them.” If this is indeed a trend, then it makes it similar to the visa-marriages and divorces that couples resort to in Western countries, in order to circumvent immigration laws.

The Woman with Self-Belief


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Self-BeliefIt was just a little over 6 o’clock when Sarla returned home. Her father opened the door and thundered, “Is this the time for decent girls to return home?” Edging her way into the dingy two room tenement, she heard her father say: “From tomorrow you will not go out of the house to meet those cheap girls.”

Actually if one gave the matter sufficient thought, there was sufficient justification behind her father’s obsessive need to control her. Her cousin Parvati had run off with a good for nothing lout. And Parvati had been a plain Jane. Her parents watched with trepidation the transformation of their daughter from an unremarkable child into a indisputably beautiful woman. And this observation stoked the fire of panic in their hearts making them act cruelly.