Good Morning World: What I need right now is courage

“All roads lead to God my son.” “All roads?” “Are you sure?” “Yes, all roads.” “Yes, of course. Our sacred scriptures say so.” “Maybe they mean certain paths lead to God.” “No ...

The Cubicle, The Chair, and The Coffee Mug

(Short story from the publication, The First Book of Nobodyness)   In my third year of employment, I got a shock. I have always taken great pride in not having ...

Good Morning World: What is Equality?

My memory tells me that as a school-boy in Bombay of the late 1970s and early 1980s, I used to be afraid of Maths, Maths teachers, ...

Good Morning World: Here’s how I select the media I follow

I love watching news channels. Just love watching them. And I have a method of watching news channels - I switch on the TV, watch 4-5 ...

Good Morning World: The Romance of Black and White

You know what I miss? I miss black and white photos. And black and white movies. Plain, simple and beautiful. Yes, I miss black and white ...

Good Morning World: Does it get any better?

Have you ever felt that you just don’t have enough time? Enough time to do the things you have to do on a day-to-day basis? Have ...

Good Morning World: It’s just a change of venue

I woke up this morning to the realisation that I do not have the skills required to survive work-from-home. I just don’t. How do I know? ...

Good Morning World: Darkness And Light

Some time ago, someone had asked me: “Do you write light stuff, like humour or positive anecdotes? Other than dark stuff?” Now it was a funny question ...

For Love of The Equestrian Sport

What is success? Is it a million dollar contract? Admission in IIT Mumbai? A job with Google? Launching your own tech app during a recession? A ...

Extraordinary Ordinary People: Happy Birthday, and Thank You, Mr Kacker

What do young men in Dadar Catering College use to shave their stubble every day in the morning? Sandpaper. The answer is: Sandpaper. Well, the answer used to ...

Extraordinary Ordinary People: Deeptanshu Tiwari

It was my first trip to Noida. First trip to our vendor’s office. Peak Pacific, founded by Aviation Learning Technology guru and stalwart, Kishor Mistry, was ...