Black Ramesh and White Ramesh.

I started this blog sometime during second week of June, titled, 'Fair & Lovely?' and and after couple of attempts, discarded it. This was about the fair skin obsession in India. A week later the Company which produces the cream, also dropped the word 'Fair' from the product. Good example(s) of 'cancel culture.' End of... Continue Reading →

Oh! Not Mr. Modi? How Sad!

We all have our problems, struggles, challenges, and disappointments since last three months. But our disappointments would pale in comparison if we compare them with the disappointment of two journalists of Biased Broadcasting Corporation or BBC. Let me explain. The BBC is filled with articles from the initial days of COVID onset on 'how many... Continue Reading →

Can Indians Count?

You  may wonder why suddenly I have this doubt. After all we invented 'zero' which I am sure, helped us humans to count better. Remember the book, 'The Man Who Knew Infinity?' a book written by Robert Kanigel on Mathematician Ramanujan. Well I live three miles from where he lived and ploughed the secrets of... Continue Reading →

One Down – Twenty To Go.

I am stuck in Chennai. We are in health space. So our staff are working. I had a chance to get out on the last flight to Hyderabad but decided to stay back to provide moral support to our staff. Mohan Ram, being a doctor, is visiting emergency cases. He has a licence to roam.... Continue Reading →

Ayodhya Verdict – My thoughts

I am making an exception, for the second time, on my own restrictions in blogging, that is, not to write about Politics and religion. I am not an expert on anything including law and religious studies. The only qualification I have to write on this subject is I write 'Sriramajayam' (victory to Lord Rama) every... Continue Reading →

Your Rebels & Our Terrorists.

When I started my blog about three years back, I decided to stay away from writing about politics. The reason for this was simple. The blog would be read mostly by relatives and friends, who read them as a courtesy to me and not because I am a great writer. Their views and my opinion... Continue Reading →

Vive la démocratie.

The year was 2006. There was a palpable excitement in the MBA classroom of National University of Singapore where I was pursuing a Masters Degree. I asked couple of classmates what the excitement was all about. They said they were going to vote for the first time in the General Election. I was taken aback... Continue Reading →

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