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Becoming A Socially Conscious Leader

Becoming A Socially Conscious Leader


18 Jan 2017

What does it mean, to become a socially conscious leader? How does one think in terms of a social consciousness, let alone imbibe it. A recent…

Night

Night


8 Jan 2017

As the day began to bleed into the night, he dragged his feet back to the place he now called his home. He didn’t know what…

Yuva Parivartan

Yuva Parivartan


7 Jan 2017

In my last blog, I talked about the Demographic Dividend/Liability in India and the need to provide skills to the youth who could not complete their…

In The Aftermath Of Mining

In The Aftermath Of Mining


16 Dec 2016

“Our coming generation will never forgive us”, said the tribal leader. The regret on his face was clear. As he continued, he said “our ancestors left…

Urban Nebula

Urban Nebula


14 Dec 2016

Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated throughout India but there is a difference in origin, myth and the way in which it is celebrated. The festival,…

Uncomfort in Me

Uncomfort in Me


14 Dec 2016

But after stepping inside the very building of NCUI Auditorium only, I was told to fill a form. The one question which started driving me crazy and still doing that was, what is your reason for attending this fest.

Gender Construed Identities

Gender Construed Identities


12 Dec 2016

Simone de Beauvior in her book “The Second Sex” says that “one is not born a woman, but becomes one.”She explains that gender differences are set…

From Manual Scavenging to Managing a Production Unit

From Manual Scavenging to Managing a Production Unit


9 Dec 2016

26th January 2002. An ordinary day for millions. A holiday for some living in this part of the world…but for 32 women, living in a small,…

As Only Celluloid Can Deliver

As Only Celluloid Can Deliver

“Cinema should make you forget that you are sitting in a theater” – But what if there is nobody sitting in the theater? That is what…

Demonetization And Weekly Markets

Demonetization And Weekly Markets


8 Dec 2016

On a usual Wednesday morning I wake up before the alarm rings. It’s the weekly market day of Mhaswad. My accommodation being pretty close to the animal…