Please Note: This blog post is a cartoon feature I had authored in 2003 as a retrospective view of the first Dotcom Bubble (1998 – 2000). I am publishing the article exactly as it was written 12 years back. Would request the readers to read it as if they are in 2003, and while reading they relate its contents to the contemporary dotcom boom (please note, I didn’t call it a bubble). Abstract:To an average person what might seem logical now, was the biggest shock to the leading Business Gurus then. To a trained eye, it might even seem
This is my first interview and it’s my pleasure to introduce you all to a dear friend, Jagmohan Bhanver, who I have known for a couple of decades since we were together in business school. Of all the people I have studied with, he has surprised me the most with the gamut of skills and competencies he has developed and exhibited so successfully. His career is a glorious example to all who are just starting theirs that absolutely everything is possible if you set your mind to it. Jagmohan recently released the first instalment of his Krishna Trilogy –
This is my first blog post and would like to pay my last respects to a dear friend. On 13th of February, I saw this post on the facebook profile of Jenny She. It read: This is a post from Sakura She, Melody She, Emily She and Harry She. We are very sad to tell her loyal facebook friends that our dearly beloved mum passed away on Wednesday, 11 February 2015. It was very peaceful and she was surrounded by us four kids. She fought a very brave battle with cancer for 2 1/2 years and far outlived her prognosis.