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Breast Cancer Awareness 5

Breast Cancer Awareness

Annie and I waiting to get our mammies grammied 🙂 Breast Cancer Awareness Month…so very tiresome. I would  rather not think about breast cancer. It reminds me of all the things that I know...

Greening our planet… 0

Greening our planet…

Well, yesterday was the birthday of my best friend from school days  – so that’s where I spent the evening. There’s a certain wonderful level of comfort in being with friends one has known...

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Claim the rain…

Och…(very scottish here today) – what with the potholed roads, absolutely tiring traffic jams, bumper to bumper cars, trucks, buses – all driven by idiots (it would seem), missed appointments, pushed deadlines, life cancelled...

Keeping the Faith 0

Keeping the Faith

The release of former Speaker of the Lok Sabha, Somnath Chatterjee’s book, Keeping the Faith, was a solemn dignified affair. The audience were seated in the auditorium of Teen Murti house and the photographers,...

One Night Only! Not only for one night 0

One Night Only! Not only for one night

One Night Only Sideways humour Crazy Spotlight Productions has done it again. Produced an evening of full on entertainment with ‘ One Night Only’ that is, contrary to what it may seem from the...

Eating Alone 6

Divorced, eating alone

EATING ALONE is one of the worst things about being divorced. Anybody who is divorced complains the most about this aspect of life. Not the lack of sex (but who talks about SEX anyway?...

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Run for your wife – a giggle a minute

Run for your Wife was good.   The comic timing was perfect, the characters were, by and large believable and the play was well put together and a pleasure to watch. Which, as we know,...

domestic violence 0

domestic violence

via Delhi doctors trained to deal with domestic violence victims. Outspoken women don’t get beaten up, kicked, slapped around. Usually. Because if they do they will make a hue and cry about it, kick...

Housewives do no work? 0

Housewives do no work?

The Supreme Court has rapped the government’s knuckles. The reason? In the 2001 census housewives have been equated with beggars, prostitutes and prisoners – people not engaged in economically productive work. They awarded the...

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