Late last night, I picked up the news from my twitter timeline. And before I could confirm the bit on a news portal, it was more fun to check out the official twitter handle - Starbucks_India and the hashtag conversations - starbucksisfinaallyinindia It's really interesting how this superb brand has once again used the social… Continue reading Starbucks Coffee coming to India. Soon!
Saw this ad a while back. And although the creative team has taken the license to exaggerate the product benefit I am not sure if it really fits into our country yet so perfectly. Visa Debit Card from Campaign India on Vimeo. Can we hope that India will become a cash-less society? A major technology… Continue reading Can India be a cashless society?
Butter Chicken in Ludhiana by Pankaj MishraGives a good peek into the interiors of India. And I am very keen to explore India and it's people beyond just it's metro & satellite towns. This should be a good read. Stay Hungry Stay Foolish by Rashmi Bansal (View Blog)Success stories have always inspired me and I… Continue reading Book-Shelf Update #5
This post is more like a comment to poor_planner's Caffeinexperience. It turned out so long that I decided to post it here. Together they sum up as a 'great coffee experience.' What more can they offer? When everybody starts offering the same 'great coffee experience,' will price become a deciding factor. Or will chains re-arrange… Continue reading A little caffeinated opinion
I was reading a few cricket cartoons this afternoon - yes, cricket currently is limited to cartoons only because I really don't see anybody discussing the current world cup atleast. Anyways, then it struck me why are our cricket players are so over-paid. I mean they not only get big fat pays from the big… Continue reading Give our cricketers some incentive
This is a beautiful post written by Sakshi. It's interesting because Punjabi is a language which I like because of the vibrancy and high emotion content in it. There is this "josh" in it which is loud and vocal. Sakshi gives us a preview of some of the commonly used *thheth Punjabi lingo. Incidentally my… Continue reading To Each Its Own Â» Punjabi Lingo For Dummies
Here is wishing everyone a very Happy Diwali and Prosperous New Year.
Recently work took me to Calcutta. Now no offense to anyone living there but mentally I have always had this particular image of the city being very poor and under-developed in some way. Maybe itâ€™s always the images which I have seen of Kolkatta in press, movies etc. A few years back when someone visited… Continue reading Oh! Calcutta