A development activist, public policy advocate, social innovator and leadership trainer
The Indian parliament recently passed three acts codifying the plethora of laws that related to Labour laws. While labour is on the concurrent list and the National Govt and the States can make their own laws, this was a long overdue reform that we needed. But arguing that this will stimulate the falling Indian economy is an oversimplification. Read my thoughts on this in this article I wrote in the Deccan Herald dated 24 Sept 2020.
Watching television is now an ordeal. One hears a lot more noise than anything else. Whether it is news or current event shows, the media seems to be obsess over the death of an actor of the demolition of the office of the other and the consequent political drama that plays out. How much of this would shape our views and help in making the world better is anyone’s guess. But does it have to be this way? Were things better in the past? How will all this impact NGOs and the constructive work that they engage in? Can the
Writing a book is a labour of love. It took me more than a year of writing, months of editing & revising and the manuscript is now finally a book. Even though this is my 7th book, the excitement is still palpable. So many have helped me make this possible and I am thankful to all. This book is about people who had several lessons in leadership to teach me. People whom the world usually fails to notice or consider important. This book is about their extraordinary acts of leadership and is testimony to how everyone has a role to