Institutional arbitration: The right choice for arbitration users in India

Hi, I recently co-wrote a piece for Bar and Bench on why institutional arbitration deserves more recognition in India and how it is not as expensive as we think it is. Here is the piece – do let me know what you think.

Infinite Zounds – the Quizzing blog is back!

From class 6-12, my favourite thing in life was quizzing. Weekends were for quizzing, weekdays to prepare. The friendships formed and the confidence gained through quizzing are things I am always grateful for. Back in those days, the best quizzing blog for Indian Quizzing was Infinite Zounds – a fine blog run by Ramanand. Coincidentally,… Continue reading Infinite Zounds – the Quizzing blog is back!

Underdogs, Akala, and Personal Finance

Hi,  Hope you are doing well.  The book I am recommending today is: David & Goliath: underdogs, misfits and the art of battling giants by Malcolm Gladwell.  In this book, Gladwell challenges the assumption that to be poorer, weaker, or less skilled is necessarily a disadvantage. He examines what it means to be disadvantaged, why… Continue reading Underdogs, Akala, and Personal Finance

Interview with Manu Pillai

Hi, I hope you are doing well. I am very excited to publish a written interview with Manu Pillai, eminent historian and author of fine books like False Allies, The Ivory Throne, and my favourite, The Courtesan, the Mahatma & the Italian Brahmin in this edition. I ask Manu questions about what he enjoys, how he wrote his first book at… Continue reading Interview with Manu Pillai