Book Review- Calling Sehmat by Harinder Sikka

The movie Raazi hit the theatres last Friday, and has been garnering a considerable amount of positive reviews. It is an adaptation of Harinder Sikka’s Calling Sehmat, a fictitious account of a supposedly real spy. I watched the movie this evening. But before I did that, I obviously had to
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Book Review- Calling Sehmat by Harinder Sikka

And Then There Were None – Weekend with Agatha Christie

“One of us in this very room is in fact the murderer.”  ― Agatha Christie, And Then There Were None Some books could be re-read, even if you know how it would end. I am a big Agatha Christie fan and have practically grown up reading her books in my teen years. Christie has
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And Then There Were None – Weekend with Agatha Christie

The Best Thing I Can Give My Child is My Time

Summer vacations are in full swing. It is that time of the year, when kids can be just kids, doing crazy things, running on the streets, and spending hours on a favorite hobby. But, well, I may be wrong here. Gone are the days, when time is spent playing with
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The Best Thing I Can Give My Child is My Time

An Evening with a Boring Book

It was 4 pm and the heat of the afternoon sun had magically transformed into a gentle yet, cool breeze. The kids had been packed off for the weekend to a friend’s place, which meant a couple of golden hours, all to myself. Sitting in my verandah with a book
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An Evening with a Boring Book

Five Things I Learnt This April

It’s already the first of May. I just don’t seem to be getting hold of the year that seems to be passing by so quickly. It seems like as though the year 2018 has just begun, but here we are already in the month of May, with almost half the
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Five Things I Learnt This April

World Around Me

Literature-Fiction