This is likely to be my last blog for some time, as my work and philanthropy have taken up my time. I wanted to hit on a topic that hits home for everyone. Second Chances. Imperfections are what make us. We are not perfect human beings. Yet we aspire others to be. We are born [...]
There is no job as thankless and selfless than that of a mother. On my Facebook today, I thanked my mother for giving me the gift of life and for always being there for me. My mother is an incredible person who sacrificed a very comfortable life in India, but gave up to raise her [...]
As most know of you know by now, Paris has been in our prayers, after witnessing the bloodiest massacre the Country has faced in the last 50 years. On January 7th, 2015, 12 people were killed at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo for publishing controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, followed by [...]
Gurbaksh Chahal | It’s a sad day when the North Korean government can keep a Japanese corporation from making money off the American people.
Update. Props to Sony Pictures in making the right decision and releasing the movie online. You can stream it on YouTube for $5.99 here: The Interview. This past week, Sony violated the United States Constitution on their decision to delay their release of “The Interview.” Since the first trailer, the movie had been deemed heavily [...]
Two things, I’ve learned over the last 17 years on the Internet is to never blog about politics or religion. I’m going to take that off the list for today. First step in solving any problem is recognizing there is one. As we all know of the sad outcomes for the tragedy in Sydney that killed [...]
How should Samsung exact revenge on Lebron James? That was the question being asked by anchors on CNBC after the NBA superstar’s mega-gaffe tweeting about losing all of the data on his phone. King James, who’s a high profile part of Samsung’s $14 billion marketing campaign, tweeted to his 12 million followers: “My phone just [...]
The presidential election means big business for the ad industry, with a whopping $6 billion spent on 2012 election ads last year across all media according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Last year’s election broke records, both at the poll and in the boardroom, with recent figures confirming the 2012 election as the most expensive [...]