NaMo #NaMo Hum Hindustani bahut jugaadu hote hain… bade bade vaigyanik bhi… hisaab nahi laga paate ki hum kaun si cheez ka istemaal kis kaam mein karengey… yaar-dost banane wali WhatsApp se, humne sarkar bana daali… The message marked the morning wake up greeting from one of my friends, on the morning of May 16th,… Continue reading Pace. Punch. Peace.
The bells ring, to bring in spring. And it’s time to celebrate the New Year. In the spirit of tradition that we must follow, wishing everyone the very best of health, prosperity, happiness and success in the coming days. For those, who are not introduced to the Indian New Year, according to Indian tradition, the… Continue reading Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, Vikram Samvat 2071 – The Indian New Year
Born March 21, 1960. For those, who do not know who Ayrton Senna is (or, rather was), it is time to get acquainted. He was a Formula I race driver; and not just a race driver he was. Senna defined the art of Formula I racing and died on the track in 1994. That has… Continue reading Ayrton Senna
Antardrishti is a welfare program for the differently abled. Why we use the term “differently abled” is something that has confused me all the time. As a young child, being exposed to the handicap of my very own cousin, made me feel that there was something I had, which he didn’t. But we got along… Continue reading Donate Dignity
It’s the time of the year again. To welcome in the new. New thoughts, new endeavours, new spirits. The Hindu Calendar, as per the Chaitra Shukla Pratipada welcomes in Vikrami Samwat 2070. May the new year bring in cheer, prosperity, growth and fulfilment for all. Happy New Year.
For a good number of years in my career, I had the opportunity to work with an HR Consulting Firm. Although, it seems very futile at this point, I was often required to explain to people who asked me about the work I do, that HR Consulting isn’t just about placing people in organizations, and… Continue reading Hiring!
Yes, it’s time as per the Hindu calendar, to bring in the New Year, as per Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, Vikrami Samwat 2069. Best wishes for holistic growth and prosperity.
The tragedy in Japan is a wakeup call from Mother Nature — an alarm to tell us she is alive and powerful, and that humans are powerless in her path. The ruined harbours, villages and towns, the ships, aeroplanes and cars tossed away by the angry waves as if they were tiny toys are reminders… Continue reading Shutting down Nuclear Reactors
Leadership is not about re-inventing the wheel. It is seriously about thinking out of the box, and applying that thought to circumstances that exist. When Roosevelt suggested methods to bring an end to the Great Depression, he wasn’t exactly repeating history. He was ready to take some chances to create history. The wheel after all… Continue reading Re-invent the wheel
How many times have you narrowed in on home-cooked food for the cause of falling sick? Look back and see. It’s really the thought that counts. I’ve eaten in the best of restaurants, where attention to hygiene is paid to the minutest detail. And I have eaten in homes, where resources limit expenses on preparation… Continue reading It’s the thought that counts