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Unconditional Love


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Ice-cream parlourThe first time he saw her after she had walked out of his life was at Nirula’s, a popular ice-cream parlour in Delhi. He had recognized her even at that distance, noticed her long hair wound into a bun at the nape of her neck. Suddenly she turned and saw him. The look on her face told him she didn’t know what to do. He sensed rather than saw the beginnings of a small tentative smile making its appearance. He pushed forward ignoring the protests of the other people waiting in the queue ahead of him till he was next to her.

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It’s only words


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It's only wordThose were the days when the age of innocence went well beyond early teens. We were in the 6th standard. One of the students in our class, a comparatively well built girl had just attained her puberty. Since no one had yet educated us about the facts of life, we were all quite taken aback when we saw her condition.

So the smartest among us, assumed the responsibility to enlighten us. Only problem was she too was as much in the dark about this ‘puberty’ business as the rest of us. So she made up a disgusting story about some kind of terrible disease having afflicted the poor soul. And we believed it. Frightened and mortified, the troubled girl wept copiously till our class teacher came in just then and took us to task.

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The third presence


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The Third PresenceRomances and relationships that BENEFIT from a “third presence”? Surely not. We’ve all heard about the dreaded interfering in-law casting a shadow on a young couple starting out on their common journey.

No, this is quite a different matter altogether….we’re talking about the amazingly magical effect a pet can have on a relationship and on a home. It infuses moments of hilarity, tenderness, wonder and friendship…while creating a deep down bonding and caring that lays an ideal foundation for all the other relationships and responsibilities that may follow.

Take Shanker and Shivani. While she brought in a much-needed contribution of attractive furniture and artefacts that made their home really cosy, he brought in a rowdy, rambunctious labrador named Sam. At first Shivani was fazed at the prospect of taking on such a large and …well…hairy child so early on in her marriage. But each day, while Shanker was away at work, Shivani would find her hours filled by the presence of this friendly, loyal creature who would lay his head on her lap and offer her his unconditional love.

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Day care centres - a boon for working parents


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Day care centres - a boon for working parents“The old order changeth, yielding place to new” - this is the law of nature. In keeping with this law, joint families have made way for nuclear families. With families becoming smaller, a number of functions, which were previously performed by the family, have been taken over by external agencies.

One of the most important functions performed by the family was child rearing. Children grew up in the joint family set up with somebody or the other always being around to take care of them. Nowadays however, the joint family system is on the decline and most families comprise of three or a maximum of four members. Another noticeable trend in modern society is that both parents go out to work.  All these facts are collectively responsible for the growing popularity of after school care centres or crèches, as they are popularly known.

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