Date Archives 2015

What I read in 2015

Non-fiction Essentialism by Greg Mckeown Move Up by Clotaire Rapaille and Andres Roemer How to Be Alone by Sara Maitland Looking Away by Harsh Mander Fiction I Am Pilgrim by Terry Hayes The Farm by Tom Rob Smith Einstein’s Dream by Alan Lightman The Accidental Universe by Alan Lightman The…

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Dell XPS 13, 2015- Keyboard Problem

The compulsion of my professional environment often forces me to resort to Windows operating system. Especially for those spreadsheets and Microsoft Exchange requirements, when MacOS or Linux are still not up there. I use  Macbook Pro as my primary machine but I wanted to get an ultrabook which I could…

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Lighting Up Young Minds

One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood. -Agatha Christie Indeed, a happy childhood is something that every kid deserves. On this literacy day, we started something that was our contribution to add happiness to some childhoods. We…

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Killer in the kitchen

Several news articles highlighted the deteriorating air quality in Delhi and its impact on health. Many of my friends and colleagues started contemplating options that can save them from air-pollution. They discussed options ranging from buying masks and air-purifiers to shifting to a city with better air quality. These frequent…

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The Path to Serenity

In theory, there are said to be eighty-four thousand approaches, or entrance doors, in Buddhism. The large number is to indicate that, in fact, anyone can start wherever they are. To climb Mount Everest, you could set out from the traffic jams of a Parisian suburb or from the lush…

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Enquiry in the form “Who am I?” alone is the principal means. To make the mind subside, there is no adequate means other than self-enquiry. If controlled by other means, mind will remain as if subsided, but will rise again. Raman Maharshi