When rudeness becomes the workplace norm

Insults, rudeness, sadistic sarcasm, personal attacks, incivility, yelling, belittling, and demeaning remarks at workplace can hold back anyone who's otherwise a hard worker.  The self doubt ritual that arises from the aforementioned behaviour of a leader or a boss, overshadows all the confidence one has accumulated little by little over a period of time. A... Continue Reading →

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​The demoralised and demonetised desi millennial

I am a millennial. One of the loathsome, entitled, rebels born in the ‘90s. And in the Indian context, I'm the most conniving, self-indulgent adult-kid (one who's not allowed to make decisions but is expected to decide and not be taken seriously all the same) who knows not to respect people, let alone money. According... Continue Reading →

The memories of a present long gone

​As I read about the ceasefire violations along the LoC, militant infiltration, army retaliation, thoughts ran wild. I had just finished reading Curfewed Night by Basharat Peer.  The average Kasmiri days are filled with events of civilians getting killed, pellet wounds. The 'heaven on earth' where normalcy is crippled and loses all meaning with curfewed... Continue Reading →

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