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  1. The Ordinary Woman

    by , 11th April 2015 at 03:21 PM
    Recently, I read ‘ My Journey’ by Dr Abdul Kalam. We are indeed lucky to have had a person of his calibre as one of our Presidents. In this book he writes about the smaller, lesser known happenings in his life. Smaller but very significant.
    He has written these wonderful words about his mother and sister.

    “Two of them together symbolize for me the resilience and resourcefulness of the ordinary Indian woman. This woman is a person who cannot be cowed down too long by her circumstances. ...
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  2. Infinite! - 35

    by , 30th March 2015 at 01:18 PM (Just a thought)
    The Best!

    Sivaraman was startled to say the least, but the smile on the 'mad' man's face seemed to widen. "Don't you recognize me, Siva?", he asked. Siva couldn't. "Remember! I came to the temple once and praised your grandfather about placing those 4 bana lingas around the lord!", the mad man added. Siva got him now. "Tell me! Are you the one who was on the vimana? And what is your name by the way?", Siva asked. "Call me 'mad'. That suits me,
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  3. Infinite! - 34

    by , 22nd March 2015 at 05:34 PM (Just a thought)
    Mad?

    Sivaraman was worried that night as his father was sick again. He gave the usual medicine and was slightly relieved after his father slept, after not vomiting the food for the first time since evening. Sivaraman had earlier sought the help of the old couple who stayed close to them to take care, so he could attend the temple duties. He kept praying for his father to the lord that day and rushed home as the clock struck eight, locking the temple quick.

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  4. Stranglehold

    by , 18th March 2015 at 08:05 PM
    Ruskin Bond is one of our favourite authors. The other day I got his book, ‘A flight of pigeons’ from the library. It was written sometime in the 1970s and reprinted in 2014. He writes in the Introduction which was written in 2002, “ I feel this novella still has some relevance today, when communal strife and religious intolerance threatens the lives and livelihood of innocent law-abiding people. (unfortunately this is true even now ) It was Pascal who wrote : ‘ Men never do evil so completely and ...
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  5. Infinite! - 33

    by , 9th March 2015 at 06:00 PM (Just a thought)
    Brilliant!

    Prasad did not know how narrowly he escaped that night with Aravind waiting for him outside. The locked door seemed to continuously hurt his ego and he couldn't tolerate that. Like a kid back to the candy jar in stealth, he came back that night with a welding torch that is generally used for cutting metals. He hesitated applying it but. He doubted whether the lock was just made of bronze or something else. It was heavy and suited a long key with how many levers, he was not
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