Love,Lust,Forever !


People sometimes say that they know a couple married for 20 years whose sex life is still as good as if they were just married. Here’s what you should tell them—If that’s the case, there are only three possibilities: One, the couple is lying; two, they didn’t have good sex to begin with or three, sex is all they really have together, they never connected emotionally. Well, sharing lives is very different from sharing dinners, long walks or weekends. When you were dating the man you ultimately married, you were both acting most of the times, always putting your best foot forward. When you were dating, if you complained to him about your day not going well, he would take your hand and ask, “Tell me what happened.” Now, after marriage, when he asks how your day was, you will simply snap a quick, “Fine,” and leave it at that. And, hey, he is happy to leave it at that too. Why? Because when you are living with someone 24/7, it’s difficult to be adoring or keep up the aura of mystery. Here are some truths about sex, for most married couples:
LOVE IS CONSTANT, PASSION IS NOT Everything in the universe eventually demagnetises when left close to something of the opposite charge. Magnets do. So do men and women. Some people fall out of lust in seven days, never mind seven years or 17! Basic animal attraction is a force of nature that seems designed to make us mate. Relaxing in our marriages and freeing ourselves from the pressure of trying to impress our partners has a predictable outcome. Our partners are not impressed. The magnetic spell we once cast on them begins to waver. And causes the loss of passion.
COSY IS COMFY, BUT NOT SEXY The more familiar men and women get with each other, the more they cease to be princes and princesses, gods and goddesses who evoke romantic fantasies or inspire amorous worship. Since couples lucky enough to be emotionally genuine with each other share so many real moments, they need to pay special attention to creating magical moments—because great sex requires magic. You can have a close marriage and recapture a good sex life—but only once you admit that reigniting romance takes creativity and a dedicated amount of time and energy.
INTIMACY IS NOT EQUAL TO SEX When a man and a woman reveal themselves to each other, it makes each person feel more vulnerable. And, particularly for men, it’s hard to have amazing sex while feeling emotionally exposed. Our earliest experiences with being intimate comes from our relationships with our parents. And those relationships are asexual. That’s why some husbands and wives are open about what pleases them sexually only when they have affairs. They feel as if they have to be free of family to be free with their amorous impulses. Change that by treating your spouse as your lover instead!

SING ALONG !



With a host of music-based talent hunts on air, perhaps you too are itching to get your hands on a microphone and burst out into melody! Now, Magic Sing lets you be the singer. And worry not about the lyrics, for they also offer a portable karaoke system. You can select from 650 Hindi and 600 fully orchestrated songs with lyrics displayed on your screen. The best part—it doesn’t need any special hardware. Simply plug it in and play, oops, croon along! Price: Rs 8,990

An affair with Raima Sen !



Everyone knows about Raima Sen’s brief relationship with Kunal Kapoor (of Rang De Basanti fame). But here’s more. After that, late last year, Raima had another brief affair, this time with politician Kalikesh Singh Deo who is a Bhubaneshwar-based MLA. However, the relationship did not last long and they parted ways at the end of March, this year. Says a source, “Raima and Kalikesh were very close. They looked very good as a couple. Everyone thought that their relationship would get more serious, but sadly, that did not happen. They parted ways, but not on an ugly note. The main reason was that their careers were as different as chalk and cheese. Their work did not allow them to meet much and relationship lost its fizz. They were together for only four months.” Unlike most actors, Raima did not beat around the bush about her love life, when we asked her about it. She frankly admitted that she was involved with Kalikesh towards the end of last year. “We were together, but the relationship did not last long. He is in Bhubaneshwar and I am in Mumbai. We didn’t make much headway because of the distance between the two cities.”


Kalikesh Singh Deo comes from the royal family of Bolangir and is the youngest member of the Orissa State Assembly. Elected to the House in 2004, he won from Saintala Assembly constituency, which was previously held by the Indian National Congress. He completed his schooling from the Doon School, Dehradun and graduated in Economics from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University. He represented India in shooting and basketball. He is currently the BJD Bolangir District President and member of the Public Accounts Committee and Energy Committee of Orissa Assembly.

Don't blame the canals, Mr. Mayor !


The rain has stopped, but not the misery. Lakhs of Kolkatans remained marooned on Tuesday, desperately waiting for chira, gur and water ferried by boat. Even in posh areas, residents were seen scrambling for relief supplies.
The mayor blamed the silted channels of Kestopur Canal, Bagjola Canal, Town Head-Cut Canal and Churial Canal for the waterlogging. Backflow from canals damaged pumps at Ultadanga and Dhapa Lock. “Water from Ultadanga, Manicktala, EM Bypass and Behala could not recede because of these heavily silted outfall canals. These canals need immediate dredging,” Mr.Bikash Bhattacharya said.

It is the duty of the Mayor to take chages of this situation and he should not pass by the responsibilities.
May be a long long waiting for Kokatans !!

‘Yes, I’m going international’ -Bipasha


Bipasha is going to Hollywood, but only on her own terms. “Within a month, I’ll be signing my first international film,” she reveals. And what kind of roles is she looking at? “I’m going to oppose any effort to slot me as an Indian with a sing-song voice in any international project. If I was willing to play the stereotypical Indian, I’d have done Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Ltd and so many other projects that have come my way. But I want to play mainstream, normal characters in the West, not ethnic Asian people.” Even John Abraham is playing a non-Indian in Deepa Mehta’s Luna. “Well, having a global diction certainly helps. Any film-maker that I’ve met abroad has liked my voice. Everything is in-sync sound out there. So, a correct voice and diction is a major battle won.” Elaborating further, Bipasha adds, “There’re so many beautiful actors from Korea and China who have failed to make the grade abroad because of their thick accents. I think India can work there.”

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