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
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
Singapore’s racial integration, harmony and equality efforts compare to no other country in the world. So we entered Changi Airport yesterday, to be greeted by a pretty lady, in Indian saree, offering sweets to all passengers. She had the traditional … Continue reading Changi Airport & Singapore celebrates Deepavali / Diwali
A four minute video blog I shot and uploaded a month ago (18 July 2018) with my daughter Arushi describing what makes Singapore the best country in the world to live in. Do note the YouTube link shows a mid … Continue reading Vlog: Missing India but Singapore is best country in the world to live in
Little Ishav derives maximum joy from sitting on the front seat of the upper tier of a double-decker bus. He sits and just stares at everything the large window offers. Admires the cars passing by, the traffic lights changing, the … Continue reading Story of A Window Seat
After two weeks of experiencing Swiss spring (temperatures) at Singapore, the warmth is slowly and steadily returning. Today morning, to enjoy the last few days of cool weather, I took an early wake walk to shop at FairPrice. Since it’s … Continue reading Have you caught up with change?
Singapore, this year, again went out of its way to celebrate Deepavali, as is more popularly known here. Last year, I blogged extensively on how much efforts the Lion City puts in ensuring Diwali is lifted to global festival status, … Continue reading Trivia: Do you know Deepavali / Diwali enough?
Modern India's huge presence all over the world was showcased as leading nations stood up to celebrate India's 71st Independence Day. The Indian flag got proudly lit up all over the world. It was the world's show of solidarity towards … Continue reading India: World lights up iconic structures with tricolour celebrating India’s 71st I-Day
Kooza Cirque Du Soleil is a 21st century circus show minus the animals and birds plus a superior level of acrobats and stunts. It’s currently running at Singapore. You can find details of the 2.5hr extravaganza show – ticketing, venue, … Continue reading Singapore: Kooza Cirque Du Soleil – Is it worth your time and money?
MOM has the tragedy of Nirbhaya, the problem of PINK, the settings of NH10, the modern kids of Shaitan, the traumatic parents of Talvar and the MOM you hope in your Mother. The movie starts at such high levels, keeps … Continue reading Movie Review: You will wish for a Mom like MOM