Sometimes I wish I were a boy, Because it’s easier to break a heart than to have a heart broken, Sometimes I wish I were a boy, Because I’d rather be physically strong than emotionally weak, Sometimes I wish I were a boy, Because I’d rather be a “dude” than a “best friend”, Sometimes I … More SOMETIMES I WISH I WERE A BOY
Dear PG14, A diamond needs to be cut and polished for it to shine in its truest glory. An oyster has to endure hell to give the world beautiful pearls. Similarly every B-school student has to go through the arduous maze of assignments, presentations, 8:30 am classes, placements and what not to come out of … More Adieu PG14!!
I think often, about this world full of haste, Shackled in mere existence, sans any taste, The rush to exist kills the rush to live, Passion survives in pockets, but hardly any to give, I think often, of the snippets of paper that people struggle to amass, And what they portray duly, without being crass, … More I Think Often…
The exchange students had just finished telling us about their Indian exploits outside the campus. From Ladakh to Kerala, they had seen parts of India that most of us Indians probably wouldn’t have covered, and chances are we won’t be doing it anytime soon. Now, we were curious as to what impression the ‘firangs’ had … More Voices from Visitors : Part 3
When we visit a foreign land, no matter what the prime reason of the trip might be, one thing that everyone wants to do is to explore the country, the people, the food, the lifestyle, the music and much more. To accomplish this, one needs to travel through the length and breadth of the country. … More Voices from Visitors: Part-2
“I don’t what it is about this place. This campus never seems to sleep”. Tom, sat on the Gurukul stairs in his blue shorts as he spoke with us. A German with a frenzy for motorbikes and hiking, Tom seemed to have adjusted to the campus phenomenally well. MDI Gurgaon, being one of the … More Voices from Visitors: Part-1
Govind Dhar was just another brick in the wall for the office yet he was content. He could provide for his family, send his children to the best possible school and keep his wife happy along the way as well. Every evening he would leave the post office, where he was employed in the logistics … More The Killing of Kashmiriyat
In the long loved theories of marketing that we listen and read to, we often ignore the most important ingredient – Context. During the summer internships, one insight which shouted its way across most minds was that every concept can be re read and understood differently based entirely on the abstract term of context. With … More The Nascent World of Marketing Technology