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Dad’ Contribution was Appreciated

My Dad is a Company Secretary. He has been a strict father and we learnt discipline from him. He has been contributing to the Company Secretaries Association regularly in several ways. Recently, he received a certificate of appreciation from the association. When I shared the good news with my friends ...

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“I grew up at your place,” says Dolly

On the occasion of Bhai Dooj, let me introduce a brother’s little sister. We met Ronak Bhatia last Saturday. Today, let’s meet his sister Ritu Bhatia aka Dolly. I have reams and reams of stories about this little girl – all good memories. I had mentioned the elephant incident in ...

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Ronak’s Nostalgia

Today’s post is Ronak’s Nostalgia. There is a very important reason, we are posting this interview today. It’s Children’s Day and it is also the birthday of one of the kids, who had been very close to my Mom – Ronak Bhatia. This kid is one of the several, who ...

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Thanking National Heroes

Thanking National Heroes

Indian PM Narendra Modi Sir requested all Indians to self-impose Janta Curfew and thank the national heroes due to whom we are alive, today. So, we decided to share this article, today – Thanking National Heroes. Janta Curfew Most Indians stayed home. A few people in our area moved about ...

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Justice Delayed is Not Justice Denied

Justice Delayed is Not Justice Denied

Justice Delayed is Not Justice Denied. Better late than never. Justice is served. Yes! Nirbhaya has finally got justice, today. Everybody, especially Nirbhaya’s parents are happy. It took the entire nation to stand up in arms to achieve this moment of glory. India has won. Indian women have won. Womanhood ...

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My Little Brother Was Featured in a Newspaper

I have a great bonding with my extended family on my Mom’s side. One of them is my only younger cousin, Venkatakrishnan, son of my very dear Meera Mousi. While everyone from our generation picked up some or the other trait from my maternal grandfather, this little brother of mine ...

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