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[24 Aug 2010 | 2 Comments | ]
Esha’s noble audio story book project

Esha – a Non Profit initiative serving the visually impaired, has embarked on a unique project that would revolutionize the way stories are told. More importantly, the project invites you to be a part of this noble initiative through your participation. Read more to know how you could make a difference by Story Telling through E-Books.

Humour Dosage, Management Lessons »

[17 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Management Lesson – Episode 1

In a village, a rich landlord owned an ass (a donkey). He used it for carrying articles from his house to the farm or from the market to his house whenever he had goods to be carried. It was an old ass though. Generally nobody likes an old ass, and the same was the case with this rich landlord in the village. He wanted a young ass (a donkey) and he was not happy with this old ass… (more in the complete article)

Folk Wisdom »

[2 Apr 2010 | No Comment | ]
Mr. Identity and Mr. Possibility

Here is a story of MR. Identity and Mr. Possibility..

The beautiful village near the mountain, Kimchichacha, generally enjoyed good times. The people were happy and the village always had plenty of food. The villagers loved music and it had great breeze and scenery. At a distance, they could see the Roaring Sea, and behind the village was the wonderful mountain of Kimchichacha. Read more…

Humour Dosage, Page in a Diary »

[25 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]
Spicy Kiss of a Virgin

It was just my third day at work with a leading international media firm which had just opened its shop in India with most of my previous colleagues joining at different levels here. I was glad to join my best ever bosses who i missed for about 5 months since i had left the last place, when i had worked and joined another reputed ad agency with a not so reputed work culture. I jokingly told my boss that it felt as though i had taken a 5 month leave …

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[25 Mar 2010 | 3 Comments | ]
The Rendezvous

A short story with a dash of suspense and thrill that finally opens up to humour much to the relief of the reader. The Rendezvous takes you on a short train journey with the writer

Page in a Diary »

[25 Mar 2010 | One Comment | ]
Aurat ke Teen Gun

July 1998, Pen, Maharashtra
Arrival at Pen:
The monsoon of 98 with a great training at IPCL Nagothane, and a great place to retreat after a long day at the plant, made those 10 days memorable. Apart from the occassion, what made the experience unforgettable was the magic of Pen – the house where we stayed and its owner Uncle Gokhale, who was the dad of my father’s colleague. Many more trinklets and glistens formed the fine brocade of this magical place. It was also a different experience for a pampered …

Inspirational, Page in a Diary »

[25 Mar 2010 | No Comment | ]

(encounter on the foothills of the Jivdani Shrine, Virar)

The weatherman’s prediction has been proving jinx for the rains, for whenever he predicts a storm there is a lull!

The advent of monsoon, or atleast the thought of it, brings to my mind my trip to the Jivdani Shrine which i did during two monsoons, just when the rains started. Both the times i had an inner urge that drove me to the shrine The first time around i did not even know how to get there from the station. But i did find trusted waypoints to the place. …….