The Multiple Facets Of DVR Rao
My first effort at publishing was for my hostel rag, the Nehru Hall Reporter, when I was a student at the IIT in Khargpur. It got printed, may be because nobody else wrote anything. Editors of such mags – hard pressed students themselves, with little time to spare after clearing demanding class work and homework- usually chase. Read More...
We have two daughters. We never bothered about having a son. Bringing them up was a happy experience for us as parents. It was an inexplicable pleasure when a not yet fully articulate toddler drags us by hand to point at a balloon vendor who had gone well down the road indicating that a balloon be bought. Read More...
Army days were happy and satisfying. I made a few innovations and got appreciated. With family or in high altitude non-family stations I had very satisfying tenures. Read More...
Transition to civilian industry
Transition to civilian industry was smooth. The pay was equally good. I left the Army on a Saturday afternoon and joined Tata Motors, then TELCO, on the following Monday morning. Read More...
Through The Glass Ceiling
You Can Make A Difference
Snacking In the Rain
Cutting It Fine In Kathmandu