The wedding season is on and one has to juggle invitations and plan strategies. Managing one's time and checking with the wife whether she would like to attend the event is equally important. I have realised that the secret of success to attending weddings without falling ill and without compromising on one's lifestyle is to spend the minimal time at such dos. Vivek Atray writes
Having found myself on the stage on several occasions in recent years, I've reached the conclusion that the view from up there is rather more entertaining. While awaiting one's turn to address a gathering, it is best to while away one's time by sizing up the crowd. Listening to fellow speakers only leads to a great deal of ennui and little else. Vivek Atray writes.
For those who crossed the age of 40 some years ago, the onset of the era of spectacles is inevitable. Once the eyes tell us that we cannot read the fine print any more without holding the sheet of paper a little distance away, our lives change rather inexorably. Vivek Atray writes
Luckily or otherwise, I have had no dearth of aunties in my life. Since childhood, I have known scores, even hundreds, of ladies whom I had reason to address by the said title. As a toddler, I would be mollycoddled and doted over by all sorts of aunties. Even today I have reason to believe that some older ladies consider my cheeks worthy of being pulled in a motherly fashion. Vivek Atray writes
Move on Bunny! is a journey through fun-filled times. There are pesky bosses and demanding girl-friends to deal with along the way, but Bunny manages to keep his cool and win the day with a common-sense, no-nonsense approach.