I had been outside home for last 3 years to spare me the shopping experience that is associated before the start of the Durga Puja. Having to stay 100 miles away from shopping malls for so many years, I was expecting … Continue reading The ordeal that comes on an yearly basis …
Another year has just passed by and as we welcome the new year of 2015, I took the first new year resolution that I will pen down 10 defining moments of 2014, which I feel had impacted the world. I am sure 2015 will be an exciting and good year for me – because, here I am taking time out on 1st Jan to honour my new year resolution. Believe me, this is a record for me and I pat my back myself :-) Coming away from the self-glory mode, let me focus on really writing on the 10 defining … Continue reading 10 defining moments of 2014
In today’s world, it is very common that apart from the physical lives we live, most of us have a digital life through the internet. Whether through the social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, whether through various posts we … Continue reading Digital funerals
Pleasures of growing up as a Bengali, who are also known as Bong’s Continue reading Puja special – growing up as a typical Bong !!
The cricketing world has again gone wild when the news surfaced that India has formally complained that Jimmy Anderson of England had physically pushed Ravindra Jadeja when the players were walking off towards the pavilion during the lunch break. As … Continue reading The eternal bias
At the end of the day, when sleep beckons The delicate silhouette takes away my senses Which emotions breaking the darkness, silences my work ? Come and take me away ….. They walk with their heads down And happiness blotted up Never turns back to imagine their return I need to go to them at the end of the tide Leaving behind my home Will you give me space in the last boat of the day Come and take me away ….. All the loved ones have gone to their love All the aspiring ones have gone to cross the … Continue reading At the end of the day, when sleep beckons ….
The 2014 elections of India are over, the verdict is out, the process of getting the mandate from 500+ million people across 930,000+ polling booths have been completed, the happiness of the victors and the despair of the losers are … Continue reading Indian elections 2014
“The only thing that is constant is change” – never before this statement of the Greek philosopher Heraclitus is true than today. The world has changed dramatically in last 10-20 years – and I am referring to the positive change, … Continue reading The continuous change
Recently got a post from one of my Facebook friends which got me quite excited as this had the potential to serve the poor across the world. This was a great innovation where an advertising billboard was actually tapping the … Continue reading Innovation when commercialised…
Those who know me well will vouch with full conviction that I hate waking up early in the morning and I prefer to be a late-night person. So, when I had a grueling three weeks in office including some of … Continue reading I, me and Sachin