Ganesh Nayak, an Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics & Instrumentation, shares his journey of self-discovery in his newly released book that highlights his bicycle ride into the Himalayas, tracing roads not taken and his ascent out of addiction.
Time. A subject that has plagued us from the very beginning of our existence. Though mankind acquiring the skill to measure time appears to be a godsend, all it really did was set us up for our own downfall. Life as we know it would
Sidney Sheldon weaves wonders once again in ‘The Stars Shine Down’ – a reflection on the hurdles women still have to overcome in the corporate world, two centuries after the inception of feminism. Read on to find out more about this tale of hardship, skyrocketing to zeniths of success, scathing betrayals, and decisions that could put everything at stake.
The revelations of the American President’s close aides directing wiretapping and espionage activities shocked the nation and ended the careers of President Richard Nixon and his men. In All The President’s Men, the story of the reporters who first brought out the facts, we find several lessons relevant even to today’s times.
Sandip Roy talks family and sexuality in India – in conversation with The MIT Post.