Monthly Archives: February 2016

The final court emerging from a death wish

American novelist Brian Garfield wrote a popular novel ‘Death Wish’ in 1972 which was adapted for a Hollywood movie of the same title and also for a TV series. The theme of this story contains the activities of somebody who has lost … Continue reading

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Work Culture in India : A Legacy of the Feudalistic Times

I completed my C.A. degree in January 1992 while living in Calcutta (now Kolkata) and since then I have been in working life for the past two and a half decades. I have got opportunity to serve both in the … Continue reading

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Non-violence does not mean cowardice

Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation (of India), had once asserted –‘If I have to choose out of violence and non-violence, I will choose non-violence only but if I have to choose out of violence and cowardice, I will … Continue reading

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Pranab Mukherjee : Losing patience you lose, keeping patience you gain

There is a very good Hindi Ghazal authored by Alok Shrivastav whose initial lines are – ‘Zara Paane Ke Chaahat Mein Bahut Kuchh Chhoot Jaata Hai, Na Jaane Sabra Ka Dhaaga Kahaan Par Toot Jaata Hai’ (in your bid to … Continue reading

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Every man is a consultant

It’s said that in India every time is tea-time and every place is urinal. Well, I want to add one more assertion to these two assertions about my ‘great’ country and it is -‘every man is a consultant’. So now … Continue reading

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A tribute to Pran, the undisputed king of Indian comics

Pran Kumar Sharma has passed away. During his lifetime, very few people knew his full name and I also came to know it only when the news of his demise came on internet. He has been known by the world … Continue reading

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You are no Shelock Holmes Rajeev but I like you

Samrat Tilakdhari aka STD (Rajeev Khandelwal) is our Desi Sherlock Holmes who likes to try his hands upon  challenging cases only in company of his Desi Dr. Watson – Chakradhar aka CD (Gopal Dutt). He gets a challenging assignment through … Continue reading

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