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The cover artwork has quaint one storey houses set in the idyllic Pali Village. The tiled roofs, wooden staircases and limestone walls that have seen much, are an epitome of an era gone by. There is a crucifix, synonymous with Christian communities, right in the middle of the road. Hungry crows and pigs that roam freely complete the picture. The only thing out of place is the American eagle that is swooping over the landscape. Interesting. The single page prologue got me straight into the boxing arena. “HUT, Men, shaddap your mouth. Shee baba, bleddy stoopid bugger, saying same, same thing, every day, men.” The opening lines made me smile.

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I was tuned in to Radio One, as usual, that morning. Hrishikay welcomed his guest, an author, Godfrey Joseph Pereira. Two minutes into the conversation, I ... 20 Feb. Raise your voice for #1000Speak. image-2777. blogwatig Slice of Life 16 Comments ...
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Gee, Roshan, what a collection! And I would be lying if I said I wasn't moved. Yes, you are right there are instances, good ones, and the media ought to focus on them more. Nicely done, doc.
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+Blogwati Gee  thanks. Ya, I too hope some media format decides to actually put something like this into practice. 
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It's always nice to come across NGOs that extend a helping hand to the underprivileged, empowering them with opportunities denied to them otherwise. A lot of us want to do our bit but are either constrained by lack of time or...
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My mom was a worried woman. Her firstborn refused to conform to the ‘wise ways of the world’. You know the kinds that expect girls to behave in a morally sanctioned code that makes them perfect marriage material – the cook, clean, sew, and domicile kinds.…
I now took a lunchbox that I had not painstakingly crafted. Believe me when I say this, it’s the next best thing after chocolate cake.
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As a nation, we always take offence on issues, and not action on priorities.

But you can’t invite offence to an INSULT PARTY!

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And you know what AIB, I agree. This is why your AIB Roast was wrong on so many levels.
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Be it personal or home use, Dettol meant squeaky clean. Always! I remember, a capful of the liquid would be added to a bucket of water, while mopping, to kill the germs. As a child I’d love to see the golden-yellow liquid turn opaque as it touched the…
Be it personal or home use, Dettol meant squeaky clean. Always! I remember, a capful of the liquid would be added to a bucket of water, while mopping, to kill
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Ah, Vidya, the dude in your header reminded me how long I have been missing from your blog. Happy to return! And to such a stellar post. Yes, compassion has room in all aspects of our life, and parenting even more so. I endorse every word you write, particularly that children emulate parents and by showing compassion in our dealings with them, we are making them better individuals for tomorrow. And I know, both of us are real lucky to be able to at least try to make this happen. No, we are not perfect and heavens forbid we don't aim to be either. Yet, little actions lead to bigger outcomes, good ones. 
I am privileged to write this post on practising compassion in parenting for #1000Speak and Finish the Sentence Friday hosted by Kristi Rieger Campbell of Finding Ninee. Our prompt for FTSF today i...
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True Vinita! One of the most important things I've learned is  - children have the challenge of bringing up parents! :) And we are certainly blessed with wonderful children! Great to see you here!  +Blogwati Gee  
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‪#‎1000Speak‬ seemed like a fabulous idea. The date was 20th February, a day that was special to me. It was the Blog Anniversary, my third. I thought it would be an awesome way to spread some happiness. I signed up.


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“Let’s meet for coffee!” “Yes, please. I need to get out ya.” “You were out last night, weren’t you, Lopster?” “THAT was with family. It was an obligation.” “Wah, Lopster, such big words, eh?” “I know. I am going to need a Thesaurus the next time, Nivs.”…
Let's Meet for Coffee and Conversations “Let’s meet for coffee!” “Yes, please. I need to get out ya.” “You were out last night, weren’t you, Lopster?” “THAT
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I hate cooking. And anyone, who knows me at all, can attest this to be nothing but the truth. But you know how they say genes skip a generation, right? So, ya, in short, the princess loves the kitchen and all that comes with it, making her maternal…
A cooking demo with Masterchef Australia 2014 final contestants, Renae Smith and Laura Cassai
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This could be the template of so many random chats I’ve had with strangers. All while playing instant online games. “Hi. Where are you from?” “India. And you? “USA. Good luck.” “GL.” “Oh nicely done.” “I just got lucky I guess.” “Good game. Congrats”…
This could be the template of so many random chats I've had with strangers. All while playing instant online games. “Hi. Where are you from?” “India. And
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What do you get when you cross a Fortune Global 500 company with the numero uno blogging platform? An interactive consumer experience, that'

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I write to you since the last 10 missed calls on my cell phone remain to be yours, diligently, for the past week. Having proved your pursuan

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Vinita Bahl comes up with this wonderful post 'Three's Company' that shares her experience about getting ready for the baby and parenting, t

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Ask anyone and they will concur, that their most joyful childhood moments revolved around the summer break. Two months of unbridled freedom