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    Thursday, 27 August 2015

    b2ap3_thumbnail_DSC02380.JPGWe are friends on the net since 2008 but had never met face to face, though we are living in the same country but 1200 km far from each other. I in-boxed ‘Sumathi Mohan’ my old-time redroom.com writer friend about our visit to her city. To my dismay,
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    Tuesday, 23 June 2015

    b2ap3_thumbnail_beggar.jpgRed traffic light. I stop my car at the crossing under the bright hoarding praising the government’s work. A beggar-woman standing on the divider side rushes to the car window with hope. Little child may be partially dosed with drugs rests on her sho
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    Sunday, 25 January 2015

    b2ap3_thumbnail_100_9684-3.JPG         I know Pat Montandon, a celebrated bestselling author of California and USA,a social worker, 'The Peace Messenger Award' winner and a very famous high society persona of her time, since 2008 via redroom.com, a writers website. In these six years she

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