Happiness doesn’t Come in Square Feet

I had promised my kid that come summer vacation I will take him to a village. A real village. Not the road side settlements behind a few trees on the fringes of towns. So off we went to a village… Continue Reading →

Living in Death

I lie quietly on the bed. Fan whirring over my head. Leaves rustling outside the window. My ailing wife feebly groaning by my side. I can still hear them all, clear and crisp. I can still feel that I am… Continue Reading →

Uncivilized I want to stay!

My three year kid loves birds and animals. He asks me questions on who can eat whom or who will win if there is a fight between the two. These hypothetical questions are difficult to answer. But I try, using… Continue Reading →

Who Died a Dog’s Death?

While driving back home from college after a long day today, I saw from a distance a white mass lying on the road. A polythene bag might have been dragged in by wind from somewhere, I first thought. Or may… Continue Reading →

Happy Women’s Day

You are the origin of life, but also the biggest killer of the male species. You embody love, harmony and peace,  and yet you are one of the primordial reasons why men fight. You feed men and yet leave them… Continue Reading →


Their Heaven lay in front of them, at the edge of our world. They saw it at the same time and ran for it like their life depended on it. Because who doesn’t want to grab a piece of the… Continue Reading →

The Uncivilized Man!

The muddy amber back light in the shape of a rounded square flashed through my windscreen as I waited at the signal. The rusting wood-metal body of a weathered truck stood in front of me, its tattered tires motionless on the grey… Continue Reading →

FCB (Don’t tell me you don’t know what it is)

I am tired of feminists. Of their incessant ranting and fuming about how inconsiderate we men are. How all men are the same (dogs of the same breed?). How they have robbed women of their rightful place in history and… Continue Reading →

The Pune Rains

I apprehensively looked out of the smoky double-glass window of my AC Chair car compartment lest I should miss my station. The almost opaque glass helped little to see and make out the place that came on and went by… Continue Reading →

Beyond Google!

Many of you would know that our Honourable Railways Minister Mr. Lalu Prasad (the ‘Yadav’ part seems to have been given a miss deliberately, for reasons I am blissfully unaware of) paid a visit to the Mecca of Indian Management… Continue Reading →

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