Monthly Archives: October 2014

Why I Can’t Wait to Get Married

The greatest concern Indian society can have for a woman, from the onset of her embryonic development, is her marriage. The mere mention of the “m” word is like as an impending threat to enjoy your life before relatives bid you … Continue reading

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Why India’s Education System is Conducive to Producing a Chetan Bhagat

Chetan Bhagat is a self-proclaimed messiah of the common man of India, expert on politics, and every bit as wooing of women empowerment as Rahul Gandhi. He is also the same man to considerably revive the domestic literary press market. … Continue reading

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A Few Good (Reasons to Love) Men

I don’t say this emphatically enough – I love men. I love them for their unique perspectives, fun-loving nature, protective instincts, and the overall balance they provide to estrogen-filled half of the world. Sure, there are crappy men and women … Continue reading

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