Showing posts from February, 2013

India Inc. speeding away!

Better late than never! Sounds familiar, isn't it? Well, guess the Execs who haven taken up the onus to build India Inc. have forgotten this  in the haste for meeting deadlines (read it as success!). If you have begun to think that I am back to my old interest of criticizing, you might wish to pat yourself.  A sincere thanks to my raging fellow road crossers for instilling in me the determination to report this after 5 months of constantly watching the same scene about a double century times! Let me back up a little... The 15 minute drive to my office is a boon when I leave at 8:55 am. A minute or two late, and we are halted at the pedestrian crossing signal for a while (feels like eternity). This is when I get off my car and walk to  cross the road to gleefully reach the huge Embassy Golf Links like everyday. The BBMP was kind and responsible enough to put up a signal post to ensure that the pedestrians get their share of safety while crossing the road to reach

Ishq Wala Love: A century of Bollywood

The Bollywood Challenge I chose to write this after watching 40 minutes of Ishaqzaade on Sony Max yesterday. While this movie was born to be hated and destined to be loved, I sat mesmerized and awestruck with numb eyes to do the rest for me. The tragic climax took me to my Class V Civics lesson on  Fundamental Rights   and Directive Principles . I vividly remember Mumtaz Mam introducing the Preamble of the constitution to the class  (Thanks to google, for I did not remember this in detail) "We, the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic and to secure to all its citizens: JUSTICE, social, economic and political; LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; EQUALITY of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and unity and integration of the Nation" My thoughts came hitting back to me as my mind struggled to