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Deepti Nalavade Mahule

Originally from India, Deepti Nalavade Mahule now lives in California where she spends time developing software, feeding books to her two children, submitting her short fiction, and fretting about what to put in her bio. One of her stories was highly commended in the Commonwealth Short Story Competition in 1999; others have appeared online and in print. Find her on the web at: deeptiwriting.wordpress.com.

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The Other Hero In Gully Boy Is A Girl Chasing Her Dreams

While Gully Boy is primarily about the struggles of rapper Murad Ahmed, it also spends sufficient screen time on a character like Safeena and highlights her struggles as a woman in the modern world.

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When A Chance Encounter With A Pakistani Woman On A Flight Showed Me How Different Yet Similar We Are

An encounter with a Pakistani woman flying out to meet her husband showed me how we are all just women living our lives in different circumstances.

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NurtureShock [Book Review]

We all have our special ways with our children. But we could learn more about parenting, couldn't we? Here is a book, NurtureShock, that can help us.

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 A Trip Back Home

Hope can be cruel, but we cling to it anyway. This winning entry for our Muse of the Month contest captures the high and the fall of blind hope.

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Memories Of That Fateful Day In December 2004

In December 2004, people in 14 countries had their lives changed by an angry ocean. Here is an account of that day of earthquakes and the tsunami of 2004.

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