The little pleasures of life – don’t take them for granted!

You woke up on a Monday morning, and removed the curtains. And saw it is raining. You smiled – ah, what a lovely weather! And within seconds, you turned away from the window to the clock, and saw it is 7am. You remembered that major meeting you have post lunch, and freaked out – you … Continue reading The little pleasures of life – don’t take them for granted!

Why did India perform better at the Paralympics than the Olympics?

We know about the Olympics – the international multi-sport mega event that happens twice (summer and winter games) every four years, and which, possibly, is one of the biggest stages for sports. As of Tokyo Olympics 2020, 306 events were hosted in the Olympics. But there is a similar event, held immediately after the Olympics. … Continue reading Why did India perform better at the Paralympics than the Olympics?

Book Review: The White Tiger

Author: Aravind Adiga Image courtesy: me When we talk of contemporary authors, Aravind Adiga is a globally famous name. Adiga is famous for writings that mirror the society- especially the Indian society. He has written both novels and short-stories. His journey as an author started with his debut novel, ‘The White Tiger’, on which this … Continue reading Book Review: The White Tiger

Empathy in the Corporate Jungle- An oxymoron to be normalized.

Wohooo! So, I bagged the congratulatory appellation of 'Blogger of the Month' at my college, Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB) Pune, again! This time, the competition I won was that of September-October 2020, and the topic was- Empathy in the Corporate Jungle. Winning the title for the second time means a lot to me, … Continue reading Empathy in the Corporate Jungle- An oxymoron to be normalized.

Laurels and pitfalls- a different perspective

What are laurels to you? Getting into that ‘dream’ college, or that dream job, or getting that paper published, or being under the limelight forever? Laurels are something that you associate success with. For someone who targeted the top college of the country, settling for a state-level top college may not be a success or … Continue reading Laurels and pitfalls- a different perspective