Absolute freedom of speech is an American concept. It is a privilege for the elites than a “right” for the masses. … More Freedom of speech – A reality check
What are social media platforms? Arbiter of the truth? A medium to say what you want? A mode of dissent? What is their role in our society and lives? … More The social media solution
The Facebook company is now called Meta. What? Meta? Why? I am as confused as anyone. But here’s what the firm is saying: Speaking at ‘Connect 2021’, Founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg explained this move is to move towards a future where we are all truly connected virtually, but in a 3D environment! I believe … More Facebook is now Meta. What does this mean?
Corporate or start-up? Where should you work. … More Corporate or start-up? Where should you work.
I’ve been seeing a lot of people self-flagellate and blame “the public” for the devastating second wave that has gripped India. The situation is dire right now but it didn’t happen because four dudes met at a park. It didn’t happen because a bunch of women went for a walk. It wasn’t caused by uncles … More We are not to blame!
Summer is the best time of the year. Anyone who disagrees must be imprisoned without a trial. As a child, summer was all about vacations. School was done and all we had to do was just sit and watch our favourite cartoons and TV shows. We could play whatever and however long we wanted. My … More The King of Summer
It has been a year since I last posted on my blog. This time last year, I, like everyone else, was blissfully unaware of what lay ahead. For the first time in human history, the entire world experienced something together, but not in the way it intended. Even the “World Wars” didn’t reach all corners … More The year of the unknown
Almost every evening, I sit with my parents in the balcony and have tea with cake, watching everyone else spending time in their balconies. This is something we never did before so regularly before. One of the very few positives from corona virus has been the free time some of us have been afforded with … More What the lockdowns taught me about my family
It’s May 2020. The fifth month of a year that was meant to be special not just for me, but also for our country. ‘Superpower 2020!’ – that’s what our late President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam told us when we were kids. Today though, I write this blog while the Indian Government announces rules … More This is our war
“Canada or Australia?” I ask every friend who tells me they’re leaving the country. I’ve lost count of the number of friends I have bid adieu to in the last two years as they made their way out of India. Growing up, we all had an ‘uncle who lives in the USA’ who supplied us … More Why are Indian Millenials moving abroad?