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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...

Adopting Cloud for Business: An Organizational Perspective

In the last couple of weeks, I was engaged in providing consulting to a company whether they should migrate some of their...

Moving into the Era of Physical Web: Through Innovations or Inventions

I was discussing on the other day with Babujee, my father, about smart technologies that are effecting changes in our lives, the...

Romanticising Cricket with Money and Power

It is scary to view advertisements of Indian premier league cricket matches. An entire ecosystem has been developed to pull people and make them...

The Story of the Digital Cloud – Cloud Computing

A plum of happiness spreads over the face of an Information Technology consultant when an inquisitive customer inquires about the cloud computing....

Spent an Hour with the Legendary Singer Sharda Rajan

I spent an hour with one of the leading female singers of late sixties, Sharda Rajan, at her Mumbai residence interacting about...

Marxism in Monasteries on The Roof of The World

The Buddhist monasteries in this historic region of China have been tense in the recent days due to another phase of conflict between Tibetans...

Ceremonial Justice of Victory

As I am looking at the broader happenings of today’s international socio-political arena, I am getting increasingly sure that things are happening for worse. With...

What Is the Cloud? For General People.

We use our emails on the web. We manage files on the web. With uninterrupted network access, we are well-placed to access...

Gandhi to Leone – India Making Swift Transition

Gandhi to Leone – we have come a long way in a single day. We wave flag with a Gandhi cap during the day,...

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,...