THIS IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT. Here I am just recording a set of lively to-the-point discussions passionately made about the subject of a class on energy, I came across in Facebook. I have just copied the words and not the names. *I just wonder about the series of comments which show that the readers are … Continue reading Power of Social Media – a good example of its benefits
Message Received and commented. [11/15, 22:14] CHANDRASEKAR A: Found this worth sharing During world war II, Winston Churchill appealed to public of Britain only once to not to buy eggs as these would only be sent to warriors fighting war and since there was already shortage of eggs. Immediately there were long queues of people … Continue reading A 2-year old memory in the eve of biggest demonetization (& It is not just about currency) and a Brigadier on the nation’s psyche
The most inconvenient question of them all by Deepu Sebastian Edmond The Hindu - Opinion / 2018-11-13 09:35 Often, storytelling is a mechanical process for reporters. If you are particularly lucky, stories appear in your head already told: five Ws and the H all set to meet the printer’s ink. Then, rarely, a story comes … Continue reading Five ‘W’s and a ‘H’ – A Reporter’s Dilemma
I received this from a Whatsapp friend. I post it here, courtesy to the unknown author with a big heart. What a lovely hard hitting poem. ...please do read ———————————— Sometimes in the dark of the night I visit my conscience To see if it is still breathing For its dying a slow death Every … Continue reading I visit my conscience once a day
A letter to members of my group in Whatsapp in September 2017 Excerpts from my post: Started on 31.12.2015 by me, this group initially was formed as a joint forum to send new year greetings to more than 150 of friends and contacts. This was done by me without any knowledge of about how groups … Continue reading My Social Media – log of a very few messages
Senior citizens have never been protected by the Government as a class in India. Except for a few concessions given as welfare measures like concession in Rail tickets, concession bus tickets in certain states, separate counters for senior citizens in government, railway and bank offices, no other serious support has ever come from the Government. … Continue reading Plight of senior citizens in India
A Monk of the Ramakrishna Mission was being interviewed by a journalist from NY. The journalist started interviewing the Monk as planned earlier. Journalist - "Sir, in your last lecture, you told us about Jogajog (contact) & Sanjog (connection). It's really confusing. Can you explain ? " The Monk smiled and apparently deviating from the … Continue reading Jagajog and Sanjog ?
Idiosyncrasies at the Office Environment This post is my rejoinder to my post carrying a message I received in Whatsapp from a friends group on Abilene Paradox. https://nytanaya.wordpress.com/2018/07/13/what-is-the-abilene-paradox/ My response sent to my friend in Whatsapp group follows: “Very true. But in India, in the busy corporates, none has any time to think and effect behavioral … Continue reading Idiosyncrasies at the Office Environment
What is The Abilene Paradox ? Context : Corporate World. On a birthday, a family decided to go out for dinner. Husband asked wife, where to go? Thinking that he likes Gujarati food, she said: “Let’s go to Agashiye – The Terrace Restaurant!” His son and daughter nodded in agreement. On their return, the son … Continue reading What is The Abilene Paradox ?