Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Beauty of Winter!

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Oakville is a part of the GTA, the Greater Toronto Area. The southern part of Oakville rests on Lake Ontario. The Lakeshore Road running through Oakville Downtown is bustling with independent shops, restaurants and cafe’s. A short walk from Lakeshore … Continue reading

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Texting or using your phone at the movies? Die you fiend…

Another gun related tragedy in America. This has become the norm rather than an exception these days. As moviegoers in a Florida movie theatre watched the previews, a man sitting behind a rude texter argued with his nemesis. He then … Continue reading

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Superman! My Hero…

He has always been my true hero! As a child, reading comic books was my thing. Don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t a book worm but I loved comics. My mother used to take me along to make social calls … Continue reading

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Fast Forward

Life today feels like it is on fast forward. In about four days half of January will be over. In my line of work, we liaise with retailers to plan their product assortments, so we are currently planning winter 2014 … Continue reading

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Diplomatic Affairs – The Devyani Kohbragade case.

There are always multiple points of view for any disagreement. This particular story as it unfolds threatens to snowball those differences into a permanent freeze in relations between India and America. Devyani Khobragade, an Indian Diplomat posted as Vice Consul … Continue reading

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