May 13, 2022

Dear or No Deal: Musketeer

Elon Musk and the saga of Twitter and free speech continues. This saga is unfolding faster than Covid is spreading right now. We all know that Elon Musk bidded to buy Twitter for a staggering $43 billion and Twitter agreed. I have been a critic of the deal and had predicted that it would fail, […]

October 13, 2021

Executive Assistant – What it means and why every CXO should have one

Last week my EA had to go on a sabbatical. Some medical emergency in the family ensured he could no longer continue to be with us. That brought me to an interesting conundrum. Finding a replacement and that too quick. And that brought me full-face to a problem I knew existed but didn’t really get […]

October 1, 2021

#Bemisaal12Saal

So we are 12 already! Twelve years of ideation, dedication, innovation and weird motivation. The moral of the story, we have come a long way and while they say change is the only constant, we like to remain true to some of our principles. Equality is one of those core values that this company was […]

September 1, 2021

How salaries should be paid

How do countries deal with corona as it increases in amplitude as we go back again in lockdowns & what do we do? If you think your company is not going to give you 100% salary during lockdowns and you think that the company is doing it more profit or to make a fool out […]

September 1, 2021

Tokyo Olympics 2021 | Should They Happen

Today, we will talk about olympics. Perhaps the largest sporting event in the world. Nearly 207 countries participated in the event. Nearly 11000 athletes participate in the event. They are older than the religion of 75% of the world population. It started in the 8th century BC. The modern Olympics that we all know started […]

September 1, 2021

The rise of Nazi China

Communist Party of China just celebrated 100 years of its existence. And, today China is going to be the topic of our discussion. Clearly, over the last some time, China has shown more monopolistic, more unruly, more imperialistic behaviour than anyone has ever seen. I like to call the phenomena, The Nazi-China Phenomana. And, I […]

September 1, 2021

Twitter India Policies

Today’s topic: The war between Twitter and the Indian government is starting to heat up. The question is still fairly simple. Which laws and how do they apply? Twitter says they follow the laws set by the US companies and they have a regularity board of their own that creates whatever policy & all that […]

September 1, 2021

How long will work from home work for you?

Everything is starting to open up. People are out. People are going to the offices. Restaurants are opening up and some of them began vacationing in the mountains. So, life is slowly but surely starting to come back. While all that is happening & while that is really good news, I want to ask people […]

September 1, 2021

India Vision | The Book

Today is a really interesting day. I got really interesting things to cover & interesting stories to share. As some of you might know. Over the last some time I have been working on writing a book. I started it back in 2017, almost finished the book somewhere in 2019, then the coronavirus happened, I […]

September 1, 2021

Inheritance – A menace to society

Inheritance, the stock market, and interest rates are all elements that protrude from capitalism and are major sources of inequality in today’s society. The virtues of capitalism play a critical role in this array of inequality, where the rich become even richer while the rest suffer. Inheritance has become a defining factor of wealth in […]

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