When was the last time HR stood up to do what’s right? Or resurrect a flailing career? Why do HR of most organisations seem like helpless creatures who just act as the big business head’s personal secretary? Why do most employees think HR is useless? Continue reading Corporate: Why is HR often useless?
I started the new year 2019 embarking on a bachelor trip with my closest friends. This idea was floated by my dear friend, Manoj Burad, who suggested that our alma mater (Engineering college) sponsored Alumni Meet 2019 would be the right place … Continue reading My daily fight to avoid depression: Part 4 – Story of a lost Air Asia baggage
At the heart of it, Spanish movie, ROMA is a story of a maid and her middle-class employers in 1970 Mexico. A rare mainstream movie that devotes itself to the emotions of a house helper makes ROMA a very relatable … Continue reading Movie Recommendation: ROMA is Maid with love
A big thank you to all my friends and readers who loved my last two blogs, under this series. After I had published each of them, many positive vibes flowed. I received several messages of support. A few others (known and … Continue reading My daily fight to avoid depression: Part 3 – Passion over compassion
Here’s a list of XI inspirational sports stories from the world’s most popular sport – Football. After all, Football is Life, Football is Love. 1. Leicester City 2015-16 season Leicester City Football Club were on the knife edge in the … Continue reading Football is life: XI Inspirational Stories
Today I have completed a hundred days in the state of unemployment. It can be safely termed as ‘the strangest century’ I have ever scored. Raising my bat, I thank my friends and well-wishers who have been part of this … Continue reading My daily fight to avoid depression: Part 2 – The Job search
Staying unemployed for over two and a half months with no signs of the next ray of light can be very depressive. More so, if you are an expat in a foreign land. You feel trapped. You can’t leave the … Continue reading My daily fight to avoid depression: Part 1 – Mental Engagement
I realised there is no write up on the internet on all the classy things Manchester City do / have done, that make them more aristocratic than the rest. While the Premier League media always debate around the money spent … Continue reading Pep Talk 24: Eight Classy ManCity gestures which make them invaluable to football
Sriram Raghavan’s movies have always guaranteed minimum quality standards. The ace director who gave us epics like Ek Hasina Thi, Johnny Gaddar and Badlapur, can always be entrusted with your ticket price – more so if you are a fan of … Continue reading Movie Review: One helluva unpredictable ride, Just buy your ticket Andhadhun!
Sitting atop Puaka Hill, in Pulau Ubin island, is one of the most scenically serene and tranquil places to be. You could go into a trance just staring at blanks – quietly, undisturbed by a factory, vehicular or human noises. … Continue reading Singapore: Puaka Hill trail Pulau Ubin