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Memoir : Fried Ice-cream and Iced Coffee

~Khagendra Bhattarai~ The aroma of food, wafting from the eateries while I walk down the streets after long working hours, takes me back to my home. As I graze on the vast memory of the past that is somehow related … Continue reading

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Essay : Hairy Chimps At TIA !

~Khagendra Bhattarai~ I screamed. I was really unhappy. I can’t help thinking about my Gopi uncle when I read a small news item in Melbourne Herald Sun a few days back. Why the hell Peter brought that stale newspaper and … Continue reading

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Essay : Untrodden Path

~Khagendra Bhattarai~ Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference Unlike Robert Frost in his poem ‘The Road Not Taken’, it must, however, be difficult for many to make … Continue reading

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