As a student at a B-School near Boston, I constantly grappled with the idea of ethics; what it means to be moral in a world motivated by…
August comes and the curtain rises on the festive theatre that is Mumbai. It starts with Janmashtami and then, moves on to the bigger act
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No, I am not talking about my dysfunctional keyboard and mouse, even though I should do something about that.
Monday: Our office whiteboard has a countdown to Baar Baar Dekho — 5 days to go! Our six-person team comprises of two devoted “Sid” fans, trying to compete for his affections.
It’s been a little over 2 years since I decided to work in the non-profit industry. During these 2-ish years, I have struggled to come up with a standard and universally (and/or socially)-accepted definition of what I do.
8:20am: I laboriously open my eyes and glare at my phone as the alarm blares as it would on any weekday. Today, being Samvatsari, the last day of the Jain period of fasting, is a holiday, but I have forgotten to undo my alarm the night before and so am forced to deal with it now.
About a year ago, my best friend’s sister (who is now my Co-Founder) casually mentioned the idea of ConnectFor to me. She off-handedly asked me if I would be interested in helping her start one of India’s first volunteering platforms.