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The Endangered Policy called Honesty

Over the years, rarely have I renewed my annual vehicle insurance on time. More than procrastination, the remote possibility of being apprehended by Law Enforcement Authorities played a bigger role in my attitude towards the issue. This constantly wrangled upon … Continue reading

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Solving India’s Problems- Langur Style!

I love the way we Indians solve our problems. Be it the simple piece of folded paper below a rocking chair or the introduction of FDI in retail to boost our economy, Indians love myopic and temporary solutions that only … Continue reading

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Design can change Behavior?!

The next time you hit the brakes hard upon seeing a speed breaker on the road, please spare a thought for the reason behind that ugly bump in the middle of an otherwise smooth road. The world of design has … Continue reading

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Apathy Hunter 1- What are India’s Problems?

Ask anyone what they think are the biggest problems facing India today. The answers you would get are probably some or all of the following: Hunger Malnutrition Poverty Healthcare Infrastructure Irrigation Global Warming Corruption Communalism Casteism Law and Order I … Continue reading

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The Curious case of the ‘Red Beacon’ in a Democracy

The recent demand by MP’s to allow them to ‘Hot Rod’ their cars with Red Beacons is not the only reason for this post. The other reason is because like most other fellow Indians, I have also been discomforted by … Continue reading

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The Unknown Social Entrepreneur- Part 3 (Final)

It was easy to convince the traffic constable of my Idea. I jogged back to the boy across the road. ‘I just spoke to the traffic police’ I said, still panting. I noticed that he only wore a pair of … Continue reading

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The Unknown Social Entrepreneur- Part 2

When Iniyan unfolded the letter, he was at once convinced about its authenticity. The distinct handwriting of his grandfather stared him at his face. He subconsciously ran his fingers through the sheets as Suhasini looked over his shoulder and began … Continue reading

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