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You Should Learn How To Be Safe.

My father called me in an agitated mood one evening. He had been reading the evening newspaper. A man had been found murdered in his house. The house was in Madavaram, in Chennai, which happens to be my area also. … Continue reading

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The Lion Of Our Colony Is A Dear At Heart.

The Lion of our colony was a DEAR at heart. Our colony is perceptibly small and we are all, at least on nodding acquaintance with each other. Mr.Senthil our neighbour is young, energetic and a really large hearted person, jumping … Continue reading

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Two Sisters and Four Babies.

It is a very sad story. But sadness is part of life , right? There were once two sisters, who loved each other very much. The sisters got married around the same time and lived well. The elder sister had … Continue reading

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Tie Up Your Camels.

This is a story of how careless a person could be, which really shocked me. One day a relative of mine came to visit me. He had brought a bag, which he kept on the table in front of him. … Continue reading

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Do Parrots Have Feelings Too?

My cousin told me this story. Her tone, her expression, her concern when she was narrating it  made the tale so poignant for me, that I had to share it on my blog. But I don’t know if I can … Continue reading

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Twice Married Wife

I was barely out of college when I lost my father and soon afterwards, my mother. My sister had been married by then and lived close by. I got into the habit of spending time with her, helping her in … Continue reading

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The Left Hand Does Not Know About The Right Hand.

Mr.N was born with the proverbial “silver spoon in his mouth.” But that was not what endeared him to many, especially the weaker sections of society. His heart was bigger than all his industries put together. For he was a … Continue reading

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