By Sumeet Naik
Every chapter unfolds innumerable possibilities that a human mind is capable to think of.
Based on the book ‘The Scam: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Got Away’ by journalist Sucheta Dalal and Debashish Basu, the series portrays Harshad...Read More
As a reader, one comes across many such references in this book, which makes it a collector’s copy, to understand the past while scriptin...Read More
By FPJ Bureau
Burn your negativity to usher in a New Year full of positivity, writes SUMEET NAIK
It had been more than a decade that I had visited my friend who lived in a remote village on the outskirts of Goa bordering Karnataka. Du...Read More
Last Tuesday, I suddenly woke up from deep slumber in the middle of the night. It wasn’t a nightmare or a sound that interrupted my sleep...Read More
Life is like a runway, unless you get the signal you can’t take-off. But that does not mean you should stop your engine and merely wait f...Read More
As a kid I was always fascinated towards c. Every evening I would sit on my uncle’s bicycle and go for a ride across the neighboring fiel...Read More
I’m not a cleanliness freak, but I don’t like to see dirt either. So whenever I get time, I utilise it to dust off some objects in the ho...Read More
Last weekend, I was invited for dinner by one of my University classmate, who since I shifted to Goa was looking for an opportunity to ca...Read More
We often tend to observe interesting things happening around us which indirectly tells us lot about our lives and some teach valuable les...Read More
Why are days not alike? Why some are so wonderful and others equally disturbing or horrible? My friend who had a bad day at his office as...Read More
It takes courage to distance or part away from the things you love the most, writes Sumeet Naik.
It can be a true reflection of our life, writes Sumeet Naik.
Most of us spend our time either travelling to work or returning back home, daily. In the little bit of time we get in between commuting,...Read More
In the fast pace of life are we forgetting the traditional art of cooking, asks Sumeet Naik.
One can stay simple and yet contribute a lot to the world with grace and compassion, says Sumeet Naik.
Hunting for one’s own passing certificates and degrees after years, just to prove your credentials to someone’s pigment of doubt is alway...Read More
BMC’s recent crackdown to curb open defecation is indeed a boon in disguise for people with ‘Piku’ syndrome , writes SUMEET NAIK.
With real life experiences and seeing the gigantic creation of nature that too most of it on foot, Levison Wood in this book explores the...Read More