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A Managerial Insight

After a marathon workout lent for a consulting project, I found it difficult to convince myself about the outcome. The project was in the area...

In Conflict with Ourselves – in the Kingdom of Intolerance

The US president Barack Obama speaks of the growing incidents of religious intolerance in India. He has done it in India during...

Pulling Punch at a Pantheon of Paid and Prejudiced Parrots

It is almost a stinking pit when you look at a newspaper in India these days. A persistent promotion of specific politics, infinite idiocy...

Indian Land Act: Pull the Other one, It’s Got Bells on...

Anna Hazare is back again in Delhi. Earlier, it was their movement against corruption; and now it is against the new amended...

Bizarre Data versus Big Data – A Normative Shift

We can now store and use information of large sizes in our daily life, at home or work, from text documents to...

Nabakalebar – In the Land Where God Also Dies

The monsoon this year brought both death of several Gods and also their rebirth. On the east coast of India, the entire...

Why Turn Indian Coast into Graveyard?

While the debate between two contrasting views of economic development, growth-oriented outlook versus growth with redistribution of wealth, has become a part...

Managing Supply Chain – Need of Using Information Technology

A civilization surges ahead with intrinsic economic activities, with materials being transferred from one another and from one place to another, creating...

Is Advent of Science 2.0 Natural?

With the initial success of Web 2.0, the essence of this set of useful technology tools have penetrated the hard-shell of scientific collaboration and...

Sorrow and Triumph of Pegnitz at Nuremberg

It's a short personal account of the river Pegnitz in Franconia of the state of Bavaria, Germany, flowing through the city of Nuremberg. "I have witnessed a...

Selected Articles

Annual Reviews

2017 – A Year of Regressive Continuity

The year sneaked in when the world was confronted with many difficult questions about citizenship and national orthodoxy in the face of rapid globalization,...