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Flowering Canonballs #ThursdayTreeLove

This post is a day late but ever since I spotted this flowering Canonball tree, I have been dying to share it . I first spotted this tree several years ago while walking down...

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Six months on #ZombieBlogHop

Six months into 2019 and I am one year older and much, much wiser. Uncannily my #WOTY Refresh has magically taken over my life. I seem to be doing nothing yet doing something –...

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Jackfruit Beauties #ThursdayTreeLove

Earlier this week, I managed to shake off the lethargy that had gripped me these past few months . I actually managed to haul myself out of bed get into my walking shoes. I...

Sunshine Blogger Award 13

Sunshine Blogger Award

  I’m not really into blog awards because like chain letters, it becomes difficult to keep the chain going. Besides, it is hard to find bloggers in my cohort who are not  already tagged....

Little genius’ deal with sanitation 4

Little genius’ deal with sanitation

This morning I woke up to Damyanti’s story of Afroz Shah who is cleaning up Mithi River. While growing up we never knew Mumbai had a river called Mithi. We used to think it...

As day breaks over Mumbai #SkywatchFriday 6

As day breaks over Mumbai #SkywatchFriday

Today is the last day of the Merry month of May. It seems that gloom has descended on my city with the first grey morning. The Koel is still cooing her summer story and...

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To what level discrimination?

Before you read on, let me clarify that I do NOT intend to trivialise affirmative action. Nor do I intend to hurt any sentiments or religious beliefs. I am against ALL kinds of discrimination...

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Dog day afternoon #WordlessWednesday

Dog Day Afternoon takes on a new meaning with this handsome stray snoozing in a public park. The poor fellow did wear a collar and was far too well fed to be a stray....

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Coaching for Success?

To coach or not to coach I am not one for coaching classes. Especially if one is a dedicated and disciplined student. However, the recent tragedy of the coaching class in Surat, brought back...

Cafe Zoe for an International feel – Restaurant Review 3

Cafe Zoe for an International feel – Restaurant Review

The Fine Dining Revival Thanks to the year-long textile strike in 1982, organised by Trade Unionist Dr. Datta Samant, Mumbai’s textile neighbourhood of Lalbag and Parel lay eerily silent. Once upon a time, it...

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