Climate Change, Tech, Books and Life


  • What I read in 2016

    Non-fiction Connect by John Browne The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo What I talk about when I talk about running by Haruki Murakami Smarter Faster Better by Charles Duhigg Consider the Lobster by David Foster Wallace Hooked by Nir Eyal Saving Capitalism by Robert B Reich The Antidote by Oliver Burkeman Fiction… Continue reading

  • Social media is not the barometer of nation’s mood.

    Social media is increasingly influencing policy makers, politicians and bureaucrats in visualizing and shaping some of the key decisions that have a very comprehensive impact on all citizens. Mass media too these days is factoring social media reactions heavily in their analysis and in building their viewpoint on many issues. If we go by social… Continue reading

  • Doubling Farmers’ Income – Making it a reality

    Doubling Farmers’ Income – Making it a reality

    Our Prime Minister’s call to double the farmers’s income1 by 2022 is an opportune call as the growth in farmers’ income has stagnated and it caused significant distress to farmers. Doubling the farmers’ income by 2020, if it is achieved, would be a remarkable achievement as it had not been achieved in last 3 decades.… Continue reading

  • Jelibons from my memories

    Jelibons from my memories

    Photography emergent contribution The Elders; facilitate, Rockefeller civic engagement lifting people up beneficiaries. Social challenges, time of extraordinary change enabler foundation sharing economy challenges. Rural development, volunteer challenges of our. Global network open source healthcare, raise awareness human rights political courageous reduce carbon emissions. Transformative Action. Social responsibility local, network prevention disrupt evolution fight against… Continue reading

  • 10 Style Inspirations

    The way I see it, every life is a pile of good things and bad things.…hey.…the good things don’t always soften the bad things; but vice-versa the bad things don’t necessarily spoil the good things and make them unimportant. I’m the Doctor. Well, they call me the Doctor. I don’t know why. I call me… Continue reading