Tag Archives: india

India is the best!

Ah! The luxury I enjoy in India while checking into a hotel – a warm welcome by the staff followed by the bell-boy support to carry the luggage to the room – quite unlike Europe. As I checked into a … Continue reading

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Air Costa, Where is your Customer Centricity?

Air Costa is a small, Vijaywada (India) headquartered airlines that seemed to have specialised on some routines (like Chennai-Jaipur, Chennai-Ahmedabad) connecting South India with some key towns in the North and West India. The airlines seemed to create a niche … Continue reading

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Having A Personal Vision

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My Yoga Experiences

As shared earlier in my blog Corporate Life and Spiritualism, I undertook a professional Yoga coaching program at the Isha Foundation in February 2013. I have continued my Yoga regimen thereafter with discipline. I tweeted about my ongoing experience a … Continue reading

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Vanzara and the Line of Duty

To start with, a disclaimer. This post is not about politics. It’s about managerial thinking. I would deliberate on the peculiar case of Dahyaji Gobarji Vanzara, Gujarat’s “encounter specialist” and an Indian Police Service officer who is in jail on … Continue reading

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Narendra Modi : Key Personality Traits

Owing to the divisive nature of the subject, I have mostly refrained from tweeting or blogging about politics in general and Narendra Modi in particular. However, from what I read, I sense that Modi is a complex personality having certain … Continue reading

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Corporate Life and Spiritualism

I am a management professional and have been taking keen interest in development programs. Regular readers of my blogs and my friends would recall the Firewalk that I undertook and learning I drew from it. I recently attended the 4-day … Continue reading

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