Author Archives: Ramana Rajgopaul

Area 51.

I have never heard of Area 51. Since Shackman who suggested this title for this post is off grid sans a computer, I wouldn’t be any wiser till I read his post, if he ever writes at all. From what … Continue reading

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Boredom.

I received two phone calls today from people very dear to me. Both retired senior citizens comfortably off and in reasonably good health. The first phone call took about thirty minutes of catching up with each other on family matters, … Continue reading

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Headaches.

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Blame.

Girl : (To God) I don’t want to marry. I am educated, independent and self sufficient. I don’t need a husband. But my parents are asking me to marry. What to do? God replied : You are my finest creation … Continue reading

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Seniors!

Please click on the image for a larger resolution. You won’t be disappointed.

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Efficiencey Vs Effectiveness.

A mistake that most people make when they read Drucker’s quote is to treat both as mutually exclusive. ¬†They are not. ¬†Both are vital in all aspects of life, particularly, when it comes to customer service. I placed an online … Continue reading

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Service.

“I don’t know what your destiny will be but, one thing I do know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found a way to serve.” Dr. Albert Schweitzer.

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India And Its Future.

Science has become religious and religion is pretending to be Science. That is where the problem is. Neither understands the other. Devdutt Pattanaik. “JP Morgan elegantly points to the ruins of emerging markets and says India is a nice house … Continue reading

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Alternative Math.

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Handmade Toy Violin.

Every now and then a street vendor goes around hawking handmade toy violins on Indian streets playing catchy and popular tunes to entice unsuspecting buyers. Earlier this morning, one such vendor went by our home playing one of my favourite … Continue reading

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