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All dedicated people remain preoccupied with their work and areas of interests. Those extraordinary men usually forget the world outside their area of interests. They create a world of their own and dedicate their time, energy and concentration to achieve perfection in their chosen profession. I have read about absent minded professors and scientists in [...]
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Ohh look here she is How appropriately dressed 2 months baby in the bed Gone to the nurses, she is at rest! Ohh dear! What’s happened to you Look at your tresses,Uncombed, uncared, Your face is a stark colour of blue You aren’t the first mother as if Suffering through! How lovely where is your [...]
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It has always been my favourite place since Drona introduced me to it. I liked it more than other watering holes of the city because of its decor which had lot of oak wood furniture. Another thing about it is its quietness, a gentle quietness, oft accentuated by the sombre gravity it carried because of [...]
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Prologue :   Ever since I was a writer, I dreamed of giving speeches, traveling to places, and living in luxurious hotels. As I stood now in front of the Hotel Empire, in Dr. Zakir Hussain Marg, New Delhi, I saw that dream come to life. And it was all because of my new book, [...]
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Prologue : I was supposed to take the last train out of Taraganj. It was mostly dark, almost like a lump of tar thrown against a black wall. There were a lot of mosquitoes on the lone platform. I sat down and started swatting them whenever they came and hummed near my ears to signal [...]
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Prologue : Holding the mic in one hand and certificate on the other, Naina in her mesmerising voice addressed the crowd with this question, "Do you all know that Superheroes are real? YES! They are called single dads". Saying this she waived her hand and called out her Paa from the crowd to join her [...]
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Prologue :   When I was a small child my father built a house at Behala in Kolkata. Those were the days when Behala was not very crowded. There were open spaces and meadows with mango and coconut trees. There used to be thickets of shrubs and bamboo trees with holes of foxes and at [...]
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