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We negotiate with ourselves and with others on a daily basis, knowingly or unknowingly. And most of the time, we emerge no better. That is because we "give up" so easily or become headstrong. Either way, we end up as losers. PP Wangchuk
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Retired businessman Mithul Patel*, 70, has been living-in with his partner Kamla Joshi*, 69, a homemaker, for a year now, at the latter’s apartment in Ahmedabad. Riddhi Doshi reports.
Singles meet-up groups in cities are now organising brunches and informal dos specifically for single parents. Living in with life partners, youngsters moving out within the same changing. And at the heart of the change is the urban individual. Humaira Ansari and Shalini Singh report.
When Sanjay Johar married his childhood sweetheart and best friend in 2005, they happily joined his large joint family of 10 in the Johars’ two-storey family bungalow in Vasai, on the outskirts of Mumbai. Pooja Biraia reports.
As a teen in crime-ridden Noida, Manmeen Kaur Kohli knew that her parents were never going to relax her curfew. So, at age 19, she moved out.
Human resource executive Poonam Bhatia, 49, has been counting the days to her road trip around Eastern Europe at the end of the month. It will be the first time in a year that her family will be together. Riddhi Doshi reports.
Globalisation and ideas of autonomy are driving the emergence of new family formats. Children with three or more parents, senior citizens city, nuclear families spread out across continents — how we live is. HT reports.
BJP's new poll mascot Narendra Modi selling Gujarat's growth model for India looks fine in diatribe. In reality, it is not equitable and is tilted in favour of rich than aam aadmi (common man). Chetan Chauhan
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While I do not miss the troublesome era of telegrams, I must say, the news that the government will put an end to this means of communication next month has instilled a whole feeling of nostalgia for old times. Sujata Anandan
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Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit interrupted the shoot of the sixth season of "Jhalak Dikhla Jaa" to rescue seven puppies who were struggling for their lives.
Sooraj Pancholi, alleged lover of late bollywood actress Jiah Khan is sent to police custody until June 13, actress Priyanka Chopra copes with loss brought on by her father's death, Indian skipper MS Dhoni may have to face questions from the BCCI on his share holdings in Rhiti Sports and is the split in the NDA in Bihar now inevitable? Here are some of the most read stories on hindustantimes.com.