Blogger and author Zephyr takes on the popular notion that couples must share interests in order to have an enduring marriage. But of course, in her rib-tickling, funny style!
A list adapted from Arjun Chabba’s 101 Reasons (that women use) for Refusal in Bed
A guideline to making a woman happy where it matters most
Rajika Malhotra eavesdrops on the perfect couple and ponders their predicament
In this first person narrative, Ravi Shanker talks about a friend and evenings where the imagined became real and the real became the imagined
A politically incorrect love poem
Runjhun Noopur writes about coming of marriageable age, the ticking biological clock, and the pressure from all sides.
On Mother’s Day, Deepika talks about her camaraderie with her mother-in-law, and the affectionate relationship that they have developed over the years, just like a mother and daughter
Lona tells the story of Charu, who had married an Indian Air Force officer and moved to a new city, when she was confronted by a pregnant woman who claimed to be her husband’s love.
Does this festival have an ‘other side?’ Perhaps, it does, says our humourist Jammy