Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Partnership

About a month ago while in my boss’s cabin for a conference call, I somehow gathered the audacity of asking to borrow the book he was reading “The Partnership: A History of Goldman Sachs”. A decent read. So, I went … Continue reading

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Lost Soul in Bombay

This weekend, after a long time, I sat on the sidewalk at Nariman Point and stared at the sea. The view in front and the skyscrapers behind have always inspired me. It is where I found peace everyday after markets … Continue reading

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La Liga – Preview

Mad activity in the transfer market which saw Florentino Perez splash out 130m pounds on Kaka, CR7 and others puts them in pole position to emulate Barca’s treble last season. The results will however depend on how Manuel Pellegrini is … Continue reading

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Writer’s Block

Do you have to be a writer to suffer from writer’s block? Writer’s block is defined as the loss of the ability to produce new work. I am not a writer and neither do I consider myself capable of being … Continue reading

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