The Indian Kid

You’re Indian. You may not carry an Indian passport, you may never have lived there, or even ever set foot in the country, but by virtue of your brown skin, you’re Indian. India to you is the place your parents came from, a small part of the complicated tapestry that …

Compulsory CSR defeats its own purpose

“To do what is right because it is right, to act responsibly not just because you are forced to but because you want to; it creates a climate of revolution, a climate that inevitably incorporates into and becomes a part of your life.” Companies all over the world are facing …

The Story of Demonetisation and the cult of the Majestic Leader

  I haven’t written on policy matters for long, and a complicated exercise in economics, called demonetisation, got me reading and subsequently writing. Thanks to the Internet, getting into the heart of the affair was not difficult, as literature was aplenty, but some things that I did unearth alongside were particularly …