What’s Cooking: A Gender Study

There’s nothing remotely common between the two times I fell in love - more precisely the idea of love, the first time around - save for one thing. Both the times, the guys concerned, cooked for me. How, what, when, is besides the point. The crux of the matter is the men did the one …

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Poor victims of Generalization

I am amazed at how seriously we tend to take things. Not to say, the situation(s) that we are faced with as a Nation and a collective are remotely laughable. Be it the political tamasha; the rampant corruption; the rich-poor divide, oops gulf would be more like it; violence against women and even the tug-of-war …

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