Of uniforms,discipline and nostalgia:SCHOOL

The DJ was pulling down the lights and wrapping up for what had been a tireless day for him,as I walked across the lawn over dew-laden grass with hands in pockets!This was the last of the school trips we would take, a 3 day excursion at Silvassa.I was out for bringing in some Bisleris as... Continue Reading →


Being A Bandraite!

Bandra: Noun A suburb on the western coast of Mumbai notoriously famous for all things you would never dream of in Mumbai.I moved to Bandra in the year 2001. It was November and the winter was just setting in. A new home at the turn of the new century! It is 2016, but still I... Continue Reading →

Konkan Diaries!

I sneaked past the security guy, as I had no ID that day and entered along with a friend of mine. "What? A whole week?", said I as we rushed to 9 am lecture at 9.20. A week long hols with weekends attached to both the ends that stretched it enough to accommodate a mini... Continue Reading →

The Lyrics Of Love

“And it's dark in a cold December, but I've got you to keep me warm If you're broken I will mend ya and keep you sheltered from the storm that's raging on, now” so goes Ed Sheeran in a pacy line from his hit number Lego House. On a rainy day in a surprisingly sparsely... Continue Reading →

2 years..

This was last month! Submission-o-mania was red-hot on the campus!The hibernated species of engineers lays dormant for the initial months of the semester, immersing themselves in TV series marathon, completing seasons after seasons, clashing with mates over online games well supported by WiFi hotspots, doing everything but studies! And when the spring sets in, they... Continue Reading →

Policy and Action Plan for Make In India

A presentation by a U.S. based advertising agency, Wieden Kennedy, who designed the much talked about ”industrial-wheels-lion-silhouette “mascot later, with first slide reading “Industrial Revolution Part 2” was taken to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion Secretary Amitabh Kant. The presentation along with the promising nature of the project... Continue Reading →

Why Students Bunk?

Schools used to start usually at 7 in the morning. Shoes polished? Check! Short hair? Check! Ironed uniform? Check! And in you enter.. Hymns of morning prayers concluded by yawns and droopy eyes used to be followed by a big "Good Morning Ma'am". If not for any imitated "stomach ache" or slashing rains, a day... Continue Reading →


It were early days of June. I could hear the rain banging over the eaves while I was waiting for a call in the balcony. Now the location of balcony,if not for the resplendent view, serves two purposes-It gives network for calls, thus less of repeated “Hellos” and more of a conversation, secondly one gets... Continue Reading →

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