Monthly Archive:: June 2010

The Art of Choosing by Sheena Iyengar

‘We are all but a product of our choices’, is something that we all have heard sometime somewhere. We usually agree with it, but I am not sure how well we understand this. Sheena Iyengar, an expert on the subject of ‘Choices’ brings to you the various

The Art of Choosing by Sheena Iyengar

‘We are all but a product of our choices’, is something that we all have heard sometime somewhere. We usually agree with it, but I am not sure how well we understand this. Sheena Iyengar, an expert on the subject of ‘Choices’ brings to you the various

Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

Jhumpa Lahiri, as a writer has a very well defined space for herself, the space of Bengalis in Boston. She restricts herself to this space and tries to give you varied views of this space, entangled with some basic human emotions. Her stories are simple, sometimes just

Interpreter of Maladies by Jhumpa Lahiri

Jhumpa Lahiri, as a writer has a very well defined space for herself, the space of Bengalis in Boston. She restricts herself to this space and tries to give you varied views of this space, entangled with some basic human emotions. Her stories are simple, sometimes just

The Corruption Conundrum by V Raghunathan

  If only life existed in 2 or 3 variables, we could have solved all our problems using simple theories. Alas, real life has many more variables and all the problems which in isolation look very simple are equally complex in the web of real world. Raghunathan

Delhi: City of Yoginis by Suphal Kumar

My exploration of Delhi this winter not only introduced me to the soul of the city I live in, but also to many co-explorers who have been on this journey for much longer and continue to explore this city. I got to know the journey of journalist

Profitable Growth is Everyone’s Business by Ram Charan

Ram Charan is my favorite management writer, because all he that says makes sense to me. What he says in his books is most of the times what we call basic ‘Bania Buddhi’, which is conspicuously missing in corporate world specially the ones that come from America

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