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What I learned in my first year of marriage
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What I learned in my first year of marriage

From accommodating social obligations to engaging in silly fights, the first year of marriage truly puts your relationship to test, feels Divya Nair. Time flies so fast. It feels like yesterday when I wrote my first wedding column on Rediff.com. From then on, it's been one hell of a ride for us. On January 24, we celebrated our first wedding anniversary -- away from each other. He was working on an important project in Norway while I was in Mumbai. And that was one of those few instances when I ... Rediff.com, 3 days ago
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'We broke up but she still wants us to be friends'

"As romantic as it sounds, remarriage is not all a bed of roses, there are issues, there are baggages that come with it. "Think through properly before you decide to jump in."  In a weekly chat with readers, Rediff.com's Love Guru offers relationship advice. For those who missed the chat on January 15, here's the transcript: arman: LG pl suggest, my marriage was an arrange and kind of force, i love someone else and she is different caste from mine, which is not acceptable ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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A Dev or Prosenjit can never be bigger than my film: Kaushik Ganguly

It's been such a long journey for Kaushik Ganguly. From his first script in Class IX, to his first role — as an extra in Gurudakshina! — it's been a life full of surprises. But the storyteller in him has never run out of ideas. With Chotoder ...
 Times of India1 week ago
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'A married woman misses me. What should I do?'

"Every couple has its fair share of quarrels and fights. "Often it is an accumulation of issues and grievances, real and sometimes imagined. Nothing that cannot be sorted out." In a weekly chat with readers, Rediff.com's Love Guru offers relationship advice. For those who missed the chat on January 15, here's the transcript: Vishu Jeet: Hi Sir,I am 31 year bachelor. I have feeling for one of my new colleague who is getting a divorce. Her hubby cheated on her. We sit next to each ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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'What's the secret to a happy marriage?'

"Does love exist?" "When billions of couples continue to make their life together based on it, who am I or who are you to question or deny its existence!" "It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all." In a weekly chat with readers, Rediff.com's Love Guru offers relationship advice. For those who missed the chat on December 18, here's the transcript: yasmin: Dear Love Guru, Every time my BF abuse me in front of my friends and he says he like it but I feel very bad ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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'I don't know whether he loves me or not'

"There's only one way to find out if he is serious about you or not -- ask him about it." "Unless she sends out clear signals that she is interested, or makes conversation first don't try anything." In an online chat with readers, Rediff's Love Guru offers relationship advice. Is your love life down in the dumps? Has your chosen one left you for someone else?Or maybe you don't know how to approach the person you fancy?In an online chat with readers every Thursday, Rediff.com's Love Guru ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Should Lord Hanuman be the IFS mascot?

'There is no danger of the suggestion being accepted in a hurry, as we are still discussing the design of an IFS tie and trainee officers are still taught how to handle forks and knives,' says Ambassador B S Prakash.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In my experience, successful diplomats are of two types. The first group are quiet and contemplative by nature. They are eternal students in their chosen area. They love to observe and analyse, send long and learned dispatches to their foreign ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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I too became a TV talking head!

'Soon enough, we were out shouted. The journalist had a multiple agenda -- he berated the Government, the bureaucracy in general and the UPSC system that selected them.' Ambassador B S Prakash recalls his participation in a TV debate. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com You may have wondered how the 'talking heads' on television news channels, who sprout wisdom night after night on varied subjects, are chosen. Some, of course, are familiar faces to you: Representatives of political parties, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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