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My weight loss journey

​For a foodie & a food crazy person like me, it wasn't easy to go on a diet. I'm the person who dreams of food. All the time. I wrote an article about how and why I decided to embark on this journey. Please click on the link below to read the full article.
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This isnt a movie to be liked

This isnt a movie to be liked
​Lipstick under my Burkha. This isn't a movie to be liked. It's a movie that raises uncomfortable questions, questions we don't want to think about, forget ask. The aunt in the family who became a widow decades ago; well, what could she possibly need. she has it all. Money, decent home, a car to get her around, friends and family around for co...
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I’m a single tasker. And that’s fine!

I’m a single tasker. And that’s fine!

I learnt a new word recently. Single tasker. A person who can do one job at a time. The word very succinctly describes me. Yes, in a world of multi-taskers, I’m odd. I am a single tasker.

The multi-taskers run businesses, train for the marathon at the crack of dawn, are on the PTA committee at school, between con-calls, back to back meetings and deadlines, they tweet, organise parties at home and don’t be surprised if they announce one fine day that they have penned a book. After all that’s the in-thing to do today.

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For my friends...who left

For my friends...who left

The story of our evolution is the story of what we leave behind…’ says Meredith Grey in the famous Grey’s Anatomy.

It was Friendship day sometime back. On the said day Whatsapp and FB newsfeed was awash with cute cuddly bears and mushy posts about our friends with whom we scaled hills & trees and scrapped our hearts & knees. I was thinking about my friends too. Not the ones who are with me today; those who aren’t anymore.

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priyanka vermani
Lovely post. Touched deeply specially the first friend H - Aren't we all mean at that age?
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 15:09
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Happy Endings

Happy Endings

Some readers asked me, “Why didn’t you end #AFA (A Forgotten Affair) on a happy note? Why didn’t Sagarika go away with Akash – the man who clearly loves her a lot?”

I truly believe when I tell them that AFA has a very happy ending. The memory-less, confused scared Sagarika emerges stronger. She confronts her abusive husband, challenges him questions him, reunites with her mother and best friend and then chooses what is best for her. To leave with her mother to recuperate fully.

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Kamalini
Kanchana, what you say out here makes huge sense. I loved your book, and now, i am loving your site. You have a way with words, an... Read More
Wednesday, 21 December 2016 05:38
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