Magic of W

Another Wimbledon final, another magic on grass court. Wimbledon always takes me down the memory lane. Doesn’t matter who wins, but watching players sweating it out in this 2 week juggernaut is nothing short of a spectacle. Wimbledon has been special ever since my younger days. I remember watching each of the high voltage matchesContinue reading “Magic of W”

Women of Steel

The year started off with perseverance and oozes of energy. The story goes like this. Well, it’s not a story to begin with. I must say this, it was an eye opener for mortals like us who just get waned away with dwindled pleasures. I met 2 women. Well, I can say they are wellContinue reading “Women of Steel”

Inevitable 2018, Hello!

2017 was a roller coaster year. Well, I can call it adventurous and tumultuous in the same breath. Yes, you might argue that these expressions don’t quite sit adjacent to each other. But at times, our derivatives stand flawed and undisputed. Strange are the ways of life, so was 2017. Indulgent, attractive, celebrated. Sometimes, weContinue reading “Inevitable 2018, Hello!”

Encounters with Water

It was humid, sweaty and hot. It led us to the place of perennial relief. Our ‘Massive Friendly Neighboring Beach’! It was dark but we could see the lights shoving up whine the earthly clouds. Clouds did not have enough water, but the sea did. Sunshine eluded us but we could walk on the sandContinue reading “Encounters with Water”

Has Apple Dis-Evolved?

I am not sure, but am quite certain. A company and the co founder who were once emphatically accused of ambushing other products are in a wave of jilted revolution. If I can say that. Even though Apple is a super power and Steve Jobs’s DNA is the foundation of this company. But it isContinue reading “Has Apple Dis-Evolved?”

70 Years of ‘Bharat’

We have come a long way, we have a long way to go. Every country goes through turbulence, so have we. Every country has its moments, we have had our own. Every country has a vision, we have ours. No country is perfect, the flaws exude beauty of renaissance and evolution. We did, we do,Continue reading “70 Years of ‘Bharat’”