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This Is How We Got Married.

When  I was a young lad,  I fell in love with a girl and have remained besotted with her since then. Even to  this day, even though I am more than fifty years old. Luckily for me, she is my … Continue reading

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My Book Has Been Published.

My book of short stories  named  Talk A Little, has been published.

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The Boy Who Was Not Afraid Of Snakes.

My friend Kavitha had two sons, Raju and Premu.(All names changed.) Raju was getting into so many “situations” as a boy, that Kavitha  wonders how he grew up to manhood, without getting maimed or killed, by all his atrocious activities. … Continue reading

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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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