Why the cheetahs matter

The arrival of the African cheetahs is special because it is the first time ever that such transnational relocation of a carnivore in the wild is being undertaken.

Challenge of Information Overload

Learn to ignore unnecessary information.  Further, don’t try and quantify everything in life – enjoy activities without tracking outcomes!  

Peacock Chronicle -7

The peacock saga that unfolds around us continuously unravels the beauty and mystery of nature, and resonates with our lives too!

Creating pleasant soundscapes

. Simple steps like turning off appliances, lowering volumes in private spaces, regularly maintaining our vehicles and other appliances, and wearing ear plugs if needed can be made a part of life.

The Era of Robots

How things transform in the coming era of industry 4.0 and new age robots is difficult to predict. However, employers will have to invest in lifelong learning, and upskilling of employees. On the other hand, we will have to learn to coexist with the robots that we will interact with on nearly a daily basis.

Timing is everything

We often observe and discuss the abnormally hot summers, the sudden heavier thundershowers, and the shorter colder winters. We need to understand that climate change, apart from making day to day living difficult, is also affecting the timing of life cycles in living things around us

How about printing a house!

Like any other technology, printed houses may become the norm in the future or remain merely as interesting landscapes in some areas.

     Break the Bias

If there is more than a century to go, before we finally ‘Break the Bias”, then every International Women’s Day we need to take stock of and find ways to address the  challenges that emerge on the journey.

Headed for the moon …..

The next time you see the moon shining brightly in the night sky, imagine that soon it will be inhabited by humans living and working there. Humanity’s journey of moving towards other planets would then have actually begun.