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Be aware ladies....

Sometimes things go wrong. Very wrong. Few days back I heard a story about a woman who got married to an established business man. Her parents were happy. … Read More»

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My emotions are at their peak,my mind is disturbed .I want a change. … Read More»

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Women's work?

A shoemaker. A fortune teller. Even in present day India, one rarely associates these professions with women irrespective of economic status. And those women who do these jobs are barely visible. … Read More»

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Tradition says a man can marry As many women as he can care for On the condition he loves them equally How possible is it to love four different women the same way? … Read More»

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VOF Week 2: (My mom told me, never to become like her)

I remember when I was a lot younger, at the age 8 or 9 years old, each time my mother was crying, she held my arms tight and looked at me straight in the eyes and told me not to become like her. … Read More»

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I insist?

He calls me up at 5pm and asks, "Where are you?" My answer, "I'm in a meeting with my boss. We have an urgent office meeting." "At this time?" … Read More»

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