The most inconvenient question of them all by Deepu Sebastian Edmond The Hindu - Opinion / 2018-11-13 09:35 Often, storytelling is a mechanical process for reporters. If you are particularly lucky, stories appear in your head already told: five Ws and the H all set to meet the printer’s ink. Then, rarely, a story comes … Continue reading Five ‘W’s and a ‘H’ – A Reporter’s Dilemma
I received this from a Whatsapp friend. I post it here, courtesy to the unknown author with a big heart. What a lovely hard hitting poem. ...please do read ———————————— Sometimes in the dark of the night I visit my conscience To see if it is still breathing For its dying a slow death Every … Continue reading I visit my conscience once a day
A letter to members of my group in Whatsapp in September 2017 Excerpts from my post: Started on 31.12.2015 by me, this group initially was formed as a joint forum to send new year greetings to more than 150 of friends and contacts. This was done by me without any knowledge of about how groups … Continue reading My Social Media – log of a very few messages
A Monk of the RamaKrishna Mission was being interviewed by a journalist from NY. The journalist started interviewing the Monk as planned earlier. Journalist - "Sir, in your last lecture, you told us about Jogajog (contact) & Sanjog (connection). It's really confusing. Can you explain ? " The Monk smiled and apparently deviating from the … Continue reading Jagajog and Sanjog ?
Idiosyncrasies at the Office Environment This post is my rejoinder to my post carrying a message I received in Whatsapp from a friends group on Abilene Paradox. https://nytanaya.wordpress.com/2018/07/13/what-is-the-abilene-paradox/ My response sent to my friend in Whatsapp group follows: “Very true. But in India, in the busy corporates, none has any time to think and effect behavioral … Continue reading Idiosyncrasies at the Office Environment
What is The Abilene Paradox ? Context : Corporate World. On a birthday, a family decided to go out for dinner. Husband asked wife, where to go? Thinking that he likes Gujarati food, she said: “Let’s go to Agashiye – The Terrace Restaurant!” His son and daughter nodded in agreement. On their return, the son … Continue reading What is The Abilene Paradox ?