The question is simple – “If you were marooned on a desert island with no hope of rescue, what five books would you take with you?”
Raj B Thakuri
Travel Vignettes Part II
“Good morning ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking.” The clear voice over the broadcast wakes me from my uneasy slumber. “We have been very fortunate with good strong tail winds all the way across the Pond and are ahead of schedule.
Travel Vignettes Part I
Big, pink and loud. Unmistakably American. I met Josh in the transit lounge in Delhi. Josh, not his real name of course, is trying to sleep on the row of seats behind me. I can hear he is uncomfortable. I am too. The hand rests won’t fold and the backrest is too low. Josh curses […]
Managing the Rain
I am a manager. I manage. People, Projects, Schedules, Logistics. For over three years now. Boy, do I know a lot about management.
The Right to Work
I had never heard of “The Community Consortium for the Right to Work” before. Neither am I aware of the constituents of this consortium. No doubt, after reading the advertisement below that appeared in