A story of love, loss and second chances by Nikita Singh, releasing this Valentine’s Day.
I am a software architect and a mom blessed with 2 wonderful kids. I love reading, writing, gardening, taking long walks with good friends, trying new recipes, and I am a die hard fan of time travel, parallel universe and anything science fiction.
I love to write about my childhood experiences as I had an amazing childhood with my extended family and I truly believe that the most important thing in the world is love and family. I also believe in "You educate a woman and you educate a family!" and my articles will reflect my belief in some shape or form.
I love weddings, especially Indian weddings with all its rituals, music and food. But does it need to be on such a lavish scale as we have seen over the past year?
Nithya and I were best friends from childhood. We were the kind of friends who were there for each other no matter what and we remained friends through thick and thin. Nithya remains a bright star even after she has left us all.
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The author pens a heart-rending story of her cousin who was a victim of violence. She is aghast that justice hasn't prevailed and the perpetrator of the crime still roams free.
Are you the same person who was an all-rounder in college? Are you the same person who had huge ambitions, who wanted to do an MBA, who wanted to have a great career? If you are, I hope you will find your way back to who you really are, Sneha.
A story about first love, broken hearts and nostalgia that will leave you reminiscing your school days.
A story about a girl who dreams of becoming a writer one day.
While I do not watch too many films, these romantic movies are my favourites, not just because they have been so well made, but because each of them is toed with some personal memories.
The recent confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is a slap in the face of all women. But hope lies in our hands too, says this author.
I have moved twice quite far away from home, and it has been traumatic - leaving the familiar behind - friends, neighbourhoods, climates. But we've survived it.
The memories of a summer vacation in my aunt's home near Kadapa in Andhra Pradesh still tug at my heart with the scent of lemon rice that I remember.
My 100 year old Ammamma (grandmother) might seem like a frail old lady of no consequence to people, but she is a strong woman with an interesting life.
Math classes were troublesome but she ended up majoring in it at college. An inspiring teacher changed the course of her life, writes Anupama Venkatesh.
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