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Surviving Betrayal


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BetrayalThe young woman showed no visible tears, yet, the pain was only too apparent in her large brown eyes. While she had come the previous year for a Tarot reading to tell her about the future of her relationship with someone she loved, this time she was before me because she had discovered that her boyfriend had been married for nine long months – had got hitched up to someone else after meeting her, in fact, and neglected to tell her so. A chance SMS to her boyfriend one day had resulted in his wife calling her back. The nastiest shock of discovering that she even existed had been eclipsed by the humiliation of hearing her advice to ‘stay away’ from her husband.

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Neighbourly Relations


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Neighbourly RelationsIt was inevitable that on the day of the moving, his boss would insist on extra time being spent on a particularly knotty problem, so that even the half day of leave he had applied for became a 4 p.m release from office. Sandeep sprinted up the stairs to his flat where his belongings lay in several stages of packing in cardboard cartons. His friend and roommate Jai was sitting on the floor in the hall, playing FIFA World Cup on his lap top.

“You’ve come, have you? I was going to lock up and leave you behind,” he said, without taking his eyes off the flickering screen.

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The Side Effects of Bandhs


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The side effects of BandhsKnown all over the world as the ‘general strike’, a weapon that was considered the ultimate expression of protest and dissent against government policies, the ‘bandh’ as we know it is a particularly Indian phenomenon. Unlike the Europeans, for whom the phrase ‘general strike’ was enough to induce terror, conjuring up images of millions of lost man-hours and productivity, we Indians tend to take the term ‘bandh’ with a big pinch of salt.

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