If you have not read the previous parts to this tale, then I highly recommend that you read them in the following order. The Cupid Express – Intro The Cupid Express – Part I The Cupid Express – Part II … Continue reading The Cupid Express – Part III
If you have not read the previous posts to this tale, then I highly recommend that you read them in the following order- The Cupid Express – Intro The Cupid Express – Part I Are you ready for the second … Continue reading The Cupid Express – Part II
If you have not read the introduction to this story then I highly recommend you read that first before continuing with this. My first tale is about Abdallah and how he fell in love for the first time. Abu, as … Continue reading The Cupid Express – Part I
February is here and one thing that everyone in this world can associate with the month is the 14th. For me of course there is the Maramon Convention (for all my non-Malayali friends, feel free to google this). But that’s … Continue reading The Cupid Express – Intro
Regardless of what a woman WEARS, there is NO authority, NO absolute bureau, NO power, that has been bestowed upon men to INFRINGE on her space, or to VIOLATE her sense of security. Period. The actions of some men in … Continue reading We are Sick-xual and we Know it!
Had an interesting conversation with one acquaintance the other day. Nothing productive came out of it, but it sure got me thinking. Since the New year is just a day and change old, I figured this is worth the time … Continue reading A Debate of Perspective
How old are you? 25 you say? Well, if you could not figure out what you passion in life was, in the quarter century that you’ve been on the face of this earth, what in the world makes you think … Continue reading Can You Help me Find My Passion in Life?
It is a millennial working man, in Bangalore’s metro city and I shall tell thee a tale of the season’s festivity. Behold India as she celebrates Diwali, the festival of lights as cities, towns and villages all glow in bright … Continue reading The Rhyme of A Diwali Night
Does Shobha De deserve all the attention for her comment on Indian athletes at Rio Olympics? Continue reading Journalism, Opinions and Rio Olympics
A poet remembers his paper boat days while watching the rain through his office window. Continue reading Rain Splattered Window & Paper Boat Days