Monthly Archives: March 2012

No Shave, No Lipstick, What Nonsense!

The front page of the newspaper today created such upheavals with the sheer gravity of news it carried! It gave its  audience vital inputs on the crucial  movement called No Shave No Lipstick Movement, which asserts in its self assumed voice of … Continue reading

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The conspiracy of Silence

A book in her hand, she sat engaged in thoughts. In thin air, she stared at the ghosts of yesterday. The train moaned with a penetrating rhythm, and  drowned in an ominous obscurity the ruckus of its inhabitants. The tunnel … Continue reading

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In the name of “Storytelling”

I have always been intrigued by narratives and for quite some time I had been contemplating on having a storytelling session with children, for there is always so much to learn from them. Thanks to Pratham and Lit World (http://blog.prathambooks.org/2012/03/tribe-of-pratham-books-champions.html), … Continue reading

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Joy of Listening, Joy of being the audience

I spent half an hour today listening to a jovial Parsi lady in the office, and was amazed at how she could connect one event with another. We started our conversation (where I was the audience) from the store at … Continue reading

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An ode to Jenny

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