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Archive for November, 2007



Living together happily ever after?


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Live-in relationship

The other day I came across an article entitled “married couples may soon become a minority.” It went on to say that “live-in” arrangements are looked upon as far more convenient by more and more people. My experience with the issue has been quite unique. In fact, I think not many will disagree that though we desis have become more” modern” so to speak, some of us have even become courageous enough to attempt the outrageous, yet, most of us have managed to strike a happy balance.

Get healthy with yourself


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WalkingMy Grandpa lived a healthy 89 years, he was a football player and had worked with the Indian Railways. Even when he was 80 plus he would hit the road? walk from home to the secretariat almost fifteen kms up and down to collect his pension. No, I am not writing my autobiography, it is just a comparison of the kind of lifestyle then and now. It is totally insane to walk so much today just that how many of us would even actually walk it to the shop down the street. We would probably waste a lot of time searching for the keys than to consider walking.

The Matrimonial Advertisement


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The Matrimonial AdvertisementIt was another Sunday morning. P. Srinivasa Murthy sat down in his armchair by the window with The Times Of India. He read all the depressing front-page headlines. 17 gunned down in Kashmir, Economic situation grim, says Finance Minister, Zimbabwe trounce India by 8 wickets, For some comic relief, he turned to not Garfield, Beetle Bailey, Hagar the Horrible and Co., but to the matrimonial page.

PSM (as colleagues at work preferred to abbreviate his name) had just discovered recently that the matrimonial columns could be a source of great amusement. He had always ignored them all these years, having had no use for them, happily married as he was to a girl of his parents’ choice. But, of late, his daughter Sushma’s disinclination to find a groom for herself despite her post-graduate degree in sociology and high-paying job as a market researcher had made him consider them with some interest.