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Synopsis Geometry of Nature with its borders haunt the three characters. Minds struggle to fathom their depths; minds flounder as they confront and co-operate. The story is about obsessions; a false sense of temporary control is felt over others by each character. A false hope of mastering their own desires drives their actions. Triangles tell [...]
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Synopsis Alison comes to the resort village of Enterias, looking for her sister, who had suddenly and strangely  stopped communicating. Trying to resolve on her own, she accidentally meets Basel, a loner staying in a mountain house. He helps her seek the answers which takes her to the unreal world of cults and ancient practices. [...]
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Introduction : Sweta and Samina belonged to the same profession, lived in different cities, met at a conference and became friends. They were unmarried, in their late twenties and loved life. They were of a generation that valued independence and were very fussy about keeping fit, both physically and emotionally. Samina loved her gym while [...]
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“Daniel’s Psychiatrist Practice” was a simple affair of two people. He guided and Della, his wife, did the complex tasks of scheduling sessions, recording, researching and routinely contradicting him. They did not take up any case unless the patient agreed before every session, to go through two drills of 15 minutes each. The first drill [...]
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Henry, the anthropologist, was obsessed with the word F.U.C.K. The title of his serious book on the humapes. It captured a compressed day in the lives of Aju and Elu, the two “just turned” humans, about 100000 years ago. He was digging in one of the caves and found these words. Well not the exact [...]
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It is raining and the house has many inlets to witness the downpour. The porch with a large patch where potatoes (the reddish ones I bought at Shoprite) are grown, is fully exposed to the air. The front room has a large tree (trees inside my house) and water percolates through the edges. The sitting [...]
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Raju, the sweeper, knew something was wrong when Mrs. Sujani, the always alert old lady, did not respond to his first doorbell. By the day end, the apartment manager was persuaded to open the apartment with the emergency key in the presence of Yamuna, the neighbour; the account writing nephew who came everyday; the chowkidar [...]
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Onlookers looked and unlooked at the shabby man, overweight with unkempt beard and uncombed hair, both white, dragging along his bicycle across the 10 lanes crossing circle. Everyone noticed him and he seemed to notice none. Who was this pajama-clad, uncouth-like, unbothered he ? Notice him, recognise, feel and know him, the lady in the [...]
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“Average US citizen consumes five times more meat and milk and twenty times more eggs than the inhabitant of Bolivia – miners are below national average; of every 2 children born in mining camps, one dies soon after opening his eyes. The other survivor will surely grow up to be a miner. And before he [...]
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Maryland State and its famous city, Baltimore, old America. I call them manicured spaces. Beautifully landscaped, low congestion, large homes, lovely community areas and water bodies. East coast entry, a gateway to Hell. Many were brought in as slaves to payback their passage moneys; later immigrants queued up  at the bustling port. Baltimore grew and [...]
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