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As a photography enthusiast, I have been in awe of the ace photographer Raghu Rai and his  photographs. This year, completing 50 years of his love affair with the camera, he unveiled a collection of his favorite portraits. The blurb on this hardcover masterpiece collection reads: You will not forget Raghu Rai’s people. It does …

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The Kitchen Bench Syndrome

Once while watching Masterchef Australia, I noted the emphasis on keeping the bench clean while recreating complex recipes. It was mentioned that our work-station reflected our mind space and having it cluttered and messy greatly affects our productivity. At the time, I couldn't realize the importance of this principle, but over time, this learning made …

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Rewriting my life story

In moments of great despair, battling depression, fighting streaming tears, I have often wondered what would it be like if I could rewrite my life story. It comes across as a wishful thinking, another extension of the 'What ifs' that have a way of creeping into our system from cracks only to make us wallow …

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