A couple of years ago, during the times of our parents and grandparents, there were very few sources of entertainment: visiting the circus, playing sports, talking to people or reading. For people who were looking to learn new things or gain some information, they were restricted to the latter two options. Libraries were considered to … More Young people are spending less and less time reading books
It was a sultry summer afternoon and the usual Mumbai humdrum was busy fighting it out with the soaring heat to establish the existence of human civilization. As every battleground claims its own share of victims, the roads lay strewn with dazed beings, unsure about their own existence, some managed to sit while others simply … More Six years of being Mandevian
“Marriage” – A beautiful and divine ceremony which binds two imperfect people who refuse to give up on each other, giving birth to a confining and an intimate union of souls which brings out the very best in each other. Confused by the marriage equation and dissented from the rest of the world, people in … More The Great Indian arranged marriage
The question beckons as we move on, and as the term ‘multi-polar’ is associated with the world in earnest. The recent statement by a Pakistani envoy in this regard seems to be a confused acceptance by the desperate loner in search of a new power to stick to. Russia, a spent but still a formidable … More USA vs CHINA: Why China still has a long, long road to travel… (by a wondering MBA)
I walked into MDI, misled into thinking that being an insomniac would help. I expected late night parties and studying, few worthwhile discussions, an amazing learning experience and a maybe few good friends. However, I did not know what this place had in store for me! The first week at every B School is supposed to … More From A Fresher’s Desk
Remember the time, when Mowgli was such a cogent inspiration to get up on a lousy Sunday morning? While Son-Pari made Wednesday evenings a delight for kids, flaunting a Shaka-laka- boom- boom pencil was a lucky charm in hand. The summer heat was cooled with ice-cream and episodes of Malgudi-days alike. When computers, laptops and … More Why are Millennials the way they are?
The age of digitization, the era of online connectivity, the epoch of technological oneness; these are some of the terms that make a rather enthusiastic attempt at defining the chaotic period we’re living in. To most of the world, the internet has been opening us up to newer opinions, helping us diversify the way we … More The Warp of Social Media
Ah yes! We are all in continental Europe! And it is beautiful! We are all comfortably tucked in at the moment, enjoying the beautiful cities of London, Paris, Madrid and Berlin. And the course (MEB – Master in European Business) has commenced. So what is it like, studying with a bunch of Europeans? First of … More From VIDESH – PGPIM Diaries