As she was being wheeled through the corridors of the hospital, the harsh lights from the LED tube lights kept cutting through the haze of pain caused by the wave of her contractions. It had been almost nine months, but she was finally here after what felt like a lifetime of waiting... she was going … Continue reading A Tad Incognito – Chapter 1
Quite recently, a local newspaper featured an upcoming effort by an enterprising startup, who were looking to reduce the traffic on major roads by building sky tunnels... which to me, an uneducated outsider, definitely sounds like a bunch of convoluted bridges. Pardon me if that description's too crude, but let's not mince words where we … Continue reading A Boring Tale of Skytunnels
It's been a while. And like every New Year, I keep promising my blog that I'll be more loyal and that I'll be there for it more than I was in the previous year. And like every New Year resolution, that never really happens. So, this year, I am not including it as a resolution. … Continue reading Another New Year. Another Decade. Hello 2020
It's been a long time since I wrote anything, here or anywhere else. Beginning today, I would love to put that to an end. Yes, this time, when the clocks ticks 12 and the ball drops in Times Square and people all over the world holler and take light painting photos for 2017, I would … Continue reading Beginning Today
All through my school life, I have had 3 principals across 2 schools. All of them amazing, but only one of them has managed to leave a lasting impression in my life and stay on even after many others have left. Mr. Thomas Mathew. Well, the reasons why he is so important are many, but … Continue reading My Principal
Time, you ask? Time, you wonder? Time, you speculate? Time, passed away? Time, no more? Time, those incessantly falling sand grains in the hourglass. Time, those tick tocks which have become a background music of your life rather than the base track and the guiding symphony. Yes, it's that time that I talk about. Time, … Continue reading Eulogy for Time
10 Young Entrepreneurs of the World Many of you would have read this post which has been duly doing it's rounds on the net. And most among you would have noticed that this list has 3 Indian kids, all of whom are settled outside India. Now questions arise. Why aren't any of these kids in … Continue reading Why Are There No Tech Whiz-Kids in India, you ask?
In my life, first there were friends. Then they became best friends. And finally, they all ended up being a lot of strangers. It's weird how people change, how your mutual perceptions change, how a lot of things that were once taken for granted became commodities to be haggled over. How friendship became more of a … Continue reading For My Dear Friend
Well, on my other blog I had begun relating my experiences at Microsoft Dubai. But due to instructions that, that blog is supposed to be more technical than personal, I am going to let you all in all the action that goes on during my internship through here, my ramblings. So, for what all happened … Continue reading Conferences. Inspiring. Encouraging.
Out of topics. Out of posts. Finally I turned to Daily Post for more ideas. And nopes. They didn't disappoint. "Writing Space Where do you produce your best writing — at your desk, on your phone, at a noisy café? Tell us how the environment affects your creativity." I actually started on this post last night. On … Continue reading Oh Where! Oh Where!