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Truly Madly Deeply

About the Author: Called as the ‘Nicholas Sparks of India,’ Faraaz Kazi bagged the YCOF National Excellence award in Creative Writing. He is considered one of the top romance writers in the country. Kazi is a certified soft-skills trainer and a three-time post grad. He manages his own academy in ...

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Meera and Me

About the Author: It was filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra, who selected Sanjeevani Bhelande to sing for his movie Kareeb, when she had won a popular music contest in 1995. Since then there was no looking back for this well-qualified and talented singer. She has won many awards and accolades, giving ...

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The Hacker

About the author: American writer, artist, thinker and traveler, Stanley Moss keeps shuttling between California, Europe and India. CEO of the Stockholm-based Medinge Group, an international branding think-tank, Stanley is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, in Literature. He has written The Hacker after systematic research on ...

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Incognito

About the Author: Lata Gwalani is a behavioural and skills facilitator and gives motivational speaches. She is also a Principal Facilitator at Human Impact Training and Consulting Pvt. Ltd. With 22 years work experience and having worked in journalism, advertising and technical writing, Lata is an intuitive person. She has ...

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Mundu’s Day Out

“Bihari, tomorrow I have to leave for Pune at 5.00 AM,” said Sujata Ramachandran Iyer to Mundu. She continued, “So keep coffee and biscuits ready at 4.30.” The next day she left the house at 5.00 AM. Bihari was alone in the house. He did all the household work quickly. ...

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Supari Akka

Poornima Sharma’s family got transferred from Amritsar to Mumbai. She was with her 22 month old son Harsh and husband Shravan. Theirs was a love marriage, Poornima being a Tamilian and Shravan a Punjabi. They had come to Mumbai with the minimal essentials and had tried to settle in the ...

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Mundu’s Way With Words!

Sujata Ramachandran Iyer settled herself in her Kandarpada home and relaxed. She had just returned from the US in the afternoon. Ganesh Sharma, who had been her husband’s colleague back in the US, had helped them to get a house in the Mumbai suburb of Dahisar. The next day, Sujata ...

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