Author: Rakhi Surendra Kankane

The Blue Whale Game

Reading Time: 1 minuteRakhi revisits the Blue Whale Game and its sheer madness. She ends on a hopeful and positive note, in this verse, in Different Truths. I know their name But they don’t know my name Still they play with me The deadliest game   They draw my tattoo And begin the game I give them the […]

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Her Heart Bled for a Son, not her Own!

Reading Time: 4 minutesA chance meeting with an elderly, lower middle class woman, on a winter evening, on a train revealed the many trials and tribulations of her simple life. She grapples with changing times and values and stands for the rights of a third son, not her biological child. Rakhi unfolds the truths of an unknown person. It was a […]

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Just an Acquaintance!

Reading Time: 4 minutesWe have many more acquaintances than friends. An acquaintance exists in the margins of our social lives. Quoting a study of the University in Vancouver, Rakhi says that people with a larger number of casual acquaintances tend to be happier. In this era of social networking, acquaintances acquire a new meaning. Here’s a report. I remember, once while […]

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