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Kishore Singh: My tryst with holiday destinations

A few months ago, which I considered well in advance, I thought to make some bookings for a family holiday that I knew would cause my father to have an apoplectic fit if he ever found out the price we'd be paying for bed and board - but I was ...

Kishore Singh: My tryst with holiday destinations on Independence Day

While the rest of India took a break, we couldn't find a space

Kishore Singh: A safe house for shoes

I'm not partial to the glossy rag trade but permit myself an occasional discretionary peek to uncover the goings-on in the glamour world, which is how I know that every new starlet begins her journey to Bollywood with an allegiance to sole matters. ...

Kishore Singh: A costly ride back home

Flying back to Delhi on Sunday, I was surprised when my wife volunteered to pick me from the airport, even though it was a mid-morning flight. Having accepted as routine the red-eye flights booked by the office, I'd switched to using a taxi because ...

Kishore Singh: A potted history of pilferage

I misplaced my wife this morning - or rather she misplaced herself. By the time I got back from taking the dog for his constitutional, my wife had left to join our neighbour for their yoga class. My wife takes her yoga seriously. She has a pretty ...

Kishore Singh: Partying for a rainy day

There's an icebox in the boot of my car. Twice a week, the driver is obligated to replace the ice melt with fresh ice. My wife uses it to cool bottles of water for whenever she borrows the car, which is often. She also likes to carry a small larder ...

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