December 5, 2007

A Company India could be truly proud of

Someone once convinced Jamsetji Tata that ‘the country which will have Steel would have Gold’. Ever since then he passionately pursued the idea as a dream. His beginning was not fine, yet he never gave up for giving India its own Steel Industry. He had to wait for years until […]
December 5, 2007

The Wrong Precedent

It was a usual GSB wedding ceremony in Udupi, but it was my first attendance at a wedding since seven years. I hate attending wedding ceremonies for a very simply reason that I hate gossips. ‘Who are you?’, ‘What’s your Fathers name?’, ‘What are you doing these days’ (employment they […]
December 5, 2007

A Smile

It was a very fine Sunday and I found myself at a Coffee Day, at Bharath Mall in Mangalore. Writers often take a stroll and even go for long walks to find their inspiration or work out how they are going to write a story. And I was doing just […]
December 5, 2007

Handling Terror: Still not a Serious Business

Yesterday Prime Minister of India, on the eve of Independence Day, reaffirmed his commitment to ‘firmly fight terror’. By the way the statement is not new and has been consistently made by PM’s after PM’s. Manmohan Singh’s is just a reaffirmation of that legacy. ‘Talk it loud and then flip […]