Types of Friends

It is said that if one wants to know his/her true friends one should get a Sales job. Very true. I have heard it from everybody I have worked with….so must be true. This is one of the things for which you can’t rely on hearing it from the horse’s mouth – who has ever …

Bar stools are like Super Models

In a way, Bar Stools are like Super Models. They come with long legs, and are often found in the pubs. Rich, drunk men use them but only till around 1 am. Around this time, these men lose their ability to use both the Bar Stools and the Super Models. Both, time ON the Bar …

Wierd ideas for Smartphone Apps

There was a time when an application meant a form you filled and submitted in a bank, post office or any other office just few hours before the deadline. Not anymore….now applications mean something else. We are talking of Smartphone apps. Here are a few wierd ideas for smartphone applications.

A tribute to my father in law

My father in law was undergoing treatment at Artemis Hospital in Gurgaon for cancer in his Oesophagus. He gave it his best shot….but didn’t quite make it. He passed away at Artemis Hospital, at 5.32 pm on 20 September. How else does a writer pay tribute….but by writing. So sharing here a few posts that were centered around my father in law.

How I tried to stop riots in England

In order to try and stop the riots, I immediately booked my flight to London. Once in London, I realized it was crazy. My immediate reaction was ‘why would anybody do this to their own country?’ And then I answered my own question with another question – ‘who in London is from England? None!’

Standard’s Poor in United States

Before we get into the whys and hows let me tell you that I am very upset with Standard & Poor’s. I mean, what kind of a name is this? Don’t people think before naming their companies? Thank God, they didn’t name it ‘Poor Standards’ or ‘Standard’s Poor’.

Personally, I feel a tad upset that United States’s credit rating has come down. Now Tihar Jail is a much-preferred option but when I was growing up, US was the place everyone wanted to go and work in.