Incarnation of Ganesh in Corporate World

I was having chat over tea with my friend. We were in relaxed mood, and were trying to beat hot summer outside hiding in...

An Intangible, Yet Hardened, Pact

“How could a bunch of tribal people decide what was good for them?” A co-passenger remarked during our discussion in a flight. The context...

Swiftness of Invasion

“It was the swiftness,” the cab driver remarked when we were engaged in a discussion on the Vikings and their dominance starting from late...

An Unfortunate Political Regime in Our Neighbourhood

Pakistan has been notoriously peace agnostic since its inception. It has adopted guerrilla warfare against its neighbours, outrageous religious doctrine against its own people,...

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 of our...

Sustainable Development Goals – It’s More than Data

It’s not new. Everyone talks of data while deliberating about or delivering discourses on development. A section of people are paranoid about smart cities,...

Dealing with the Smallest Prime Number

Once a boy wanted to steal lemons from a lady's garden when she was away on a holiday. The garden was being guarded by...

Demolishing Satire through Violence – A Futile Attempt

January 7. A few cowards barged into the office of the Charlie Hebdo, a satirical weekly magazine in Paris, and threatened the entire world...

Shared Experience with Broadcast Communication

It was a day a decade ago when you would glue to television to hear sermons from a nicely dressed anchor speaking in standard...

A Farce of Fasting – All in Democracy

A huge cry from the so called civil society of India was heard in different leading newspapers. A few social activists led thousands of...

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