Love is…

…what causes you to loose concentration. …being attached to his magical personality. …seeing his face everywhere. …letting him drive with the hood down. …when you can’t just get him out of your sight. …a sigh. ( I was too awed to make these up. I generously borrowed from the Love is fan club)

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Come out and play India: Commonwealth

THE champion- Saina Nehwal, I am your fan forever I have had the most wonderful couple of days watching wrestling, boxing, weight-lifting, tennis, badminton, Delhi, metro, shuttle buses, security, Wimbledon-esque queues, drama, emotion, the state of Haryana, the Indian spectator always eager to offer advice, firangs, flags, catcalls, India winning golds, the National Anthem, and…

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Nukta-Cheeni…

Before my Bombay post (I think I raised my own expectations so much :)), this. I’ve been wanting to get back into the exercise mode for a long time. Divya pushed me (literally) to the gym, Sohini into the pool, I found the choicest of excuses, and then eventually I started on community Yoga. Friends…

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Marrying Sachin Tendulkar…

…in the whole IPL Tharoor-Modi fiasco, I finally watched an IPL match too (which I am totally not in favour of, purely cos it’s so-oh well a grand mockery of a decent sport- but that’s for another time). Bombay won, and Sachin got hurt. And I recalled 1993. 1993 meant I was in school and…

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A Hockey World Cup…

I think I’m going to have to say this. I am tired of cricket.This exasperation has been brought out by the overdose especially of the 2020 variety and IPL. Saw a match nonetheless when IPL was in Delhi in the first year. But that was a team outing one doesn’t refuse, lest it features in…

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And then we run…

A dance class, gym, badminton, walk (all in one year) and several (now thinking Yoga) “health” regimes later, my parents thought, I was fond of dabbling. Guess, I am. I get bored of things quickly. Additionally, I’ve had trouble with running- in school- surely. Amidst this, all this marathon talk sounded all too vague. A…

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Benefit of doubt…

Think the strategy is biased, cos you never know for sure. Instead of going by the rule, I end up giving the benefit of doubt. Till one day I realise, I shouldn’t, cos not everyone earns the right to it.

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