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A testimonial

Dear Deepanjan Nag,
I can imagine Vikram Seth's suitable boy is quite addictive and really is a page turner. But nevertheless your post did keep me guessing till the end what you meant by 'Doing It". Quite an interesting way to develop a story and a very creative way to keep the reader hooked like I was. You dont have to worry about people going to another blog after reading the first few lines of yours. They are not going any where. Do keep blogging such interesting articles with us Deepanjan. They are interesting and out of the box.

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Sulekha Blogs Team
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I had almost forgotten how it felt like to be praised!
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Comments

Anonymous said…
This is the kind of feedback you deserve! I'm absolutely dumbfounded to hear someone has found something offensive in your postings....I just can't imagine what it could be. Love your response in the previous post though!
Deepanjan said…
Thanks for the reinforcement.
You put a smile on my face!

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