Tag Archives: Literature

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King’s Ring

About five miles from the holy Tirupati, in South India, there is a small village called...
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Birds of Faith

Enjoying “Good to the Last Drop” Maxwell House Coffee, Mr. Ramesh relaxed on the family-room sofa....
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IT, India’s Tomorrow

(Above): India’s Law and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad addressing a gathering of Indian Americans...
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The Interview

It was my 70th birthday. My wife Anika invited several close friends, mostly doctor colleagues, to our home...
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September 2018 Magazine

Read our digital magazine here: https://siliconeer.com/current/e-magazine-current-issue “If you look at other examples where countries went all...
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EGO

Lisa, in her bridal dress, was enjoying the lavish wedding reception given in her honor at...
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LOVE AMONG FROGS

Love blossoms at odd times in unusual places. Swapna, the college beauty, and Sailesh were physiology...
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A BRIGHT FUTURE

“No Bhagavata Purana story today,” said Grandpa Shivaram. A simple man, not particular about his clothes...
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THE TEACHER

Ramanathan commanded respect among his students and colleagues. Though thin and short, his orthodox manners, the...
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THE SWING

I retire after 40 years of my pediatric practice. I am 70 now and deserve a...
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JUST LOOKING

After having lunch at Amrutha cafe, my wife, Kanakam, and I, walked down the Devon Street...
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NOBLER?

Krishnan deftly scooped piping hot rasam rice from the banana leaf and savored it. Muscle memory?...
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THE DIWALI GIFT

“Dear, this is the first Diwali since our daughter, Preethi’s wedding. We should invite her and...