While this may be a one-off incident where physical violence was involved, the fact that technology has made modern relationships vulnerable cannot be denied.We all lead very social lives digitally, yet have become maniacally obsessive about our 'personal space', or what we call private.• We all lead very social lives digitally, yet have become maniacally obsessive about our ‘personal space’, or what we call private.A woman techie in Bengaluru, Sunitha Singh, recently attacked her husband with a kitchen knife because he was reading text messages on her phone!We loved that description so we thought we'd share it with you!
Curiosity got the better of me, and we all know what happens to the curious cat.
The thought of online dating never occurred to me until I was asked to review apps in this category.
Call me old school, but the idea of meeting strangers online and discussing things with them just doesn’t click me.
In fact, motivational speaker and etiquette and leadership coach Minocher Patel says that India is a land of curious cats. Why only the office, people want to leave an airplane after making fast friends," he says.
Unfortunately personal questions are the preferred ice breakers.