Monthly Archives: July, 2018


“BUSINESS of FIRST”  “Maamu, one paan for Baba”. “And one for Kaka – the usual, Banarasi, Kachcha Supaari and Jaffrani 120”. The first speaker – Satish; and the second one Atul. Maamu – it would be a Herculean Task to describe him – worthy only of elite writers such as R. K. Narayanan or W. …

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“Yes, dear!” This is the mantra handed down from generations – from one parent (usually the father) to the child (usually the son). Unlike formal education, it doesn’t need to be explicitly taught. An ever-perceptive child learns quickly by example. A typical household scene. The wife is carrying on the conversation (monologue); while the husband …

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