Zapstore – The future of online shopping

Have you ever been confused by the number of choices offered by online shopping websites today? If your answer is yes, then look no further the future is here.

Say good bye to hopping between various websites trying vehemently to keep track of the best items to figure out the better deal and say hello to Zapstorean integrated platform for e-commerce that brings together all your shopping needs (from your favorite websites) in one place.

The Story of a Suicide

Trust me, I know how it feels. 

I know how it feels to cry in the shower so no one can hear you or wait to close the doors of your room so you can fall apart. I know how it feels when everything hurts so much that all you want is for it to stop. I know exactly how it feels.

I know how it feels to be lonely in a crowd or how exhausting it is to pretend that you are fine when your world is actually falling apart. I know how it feels when your smile no longer reaches your eyes because you are breaking inside. I know exactly how you feel.

Because I have been there.

Escape the Ordinary

The gentle waves of the Bay of Bengal softly kiss my feet as I slowly make my way down the beach, leaving a trail of footprints in the golden sand. A touch of crimson lights up the turquoise blue waters at a distant horizon. The serenity of dawn is broken only by the occasional chirping of a bird or two. I savor my solitude while I can.

Introducing the All New Datsun Redi-Go

Nissan has launched the Datsun Redi-Go with today’s generation in mind. The youth of today or the ‘ready-to-go’ generation that the people at Datsun likes to refer them as being always on the go deserves a machine that combines comfort and luxury with the best in Japanese technology at …let’s not forget… incredible prices!
"Fun. Freedom. Confidence. The ultimate Urban Cross - Datsun redi-GO - the capability of a crossover with the convenience of a hatchback."

Content Marketing Made Accessible

“Marketing is no longer about the stuff you make, but about the stories you tell” – Seth Godin. 
Press Release is your one way ticket to publicity. It is a sure fire way for your business, product or service to gain valuable PR. And what better way to spread the word than a posse of relevant influencers publish your press releases in less than 72 hours.

But how do you go about finding these influencers? The answer is simple –

Nature: Conserve, Share & Care

I looked out of my window. Several years ago, the view outside was straight out of a picture postcard. Set against a background of blue green mountains and dense evergreens, a host of wild flowers – snow white daisies, pale yellow marigolds and bright red poppies – carpeted the ground. As a kid, I had spent many raucous hours playing there with my friends and as a teenager I had spent many peaceful hours reading under a birch tree. It was Paradise.

Summer Camp

If you're peppy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're peppy and you know it, clap your hands (clap clap)
If you're peppy and you know it, then your face will surely show it
If you're peppy and you know it, clap your hands. (clap clap)

Christina, Emily, Florence & I have friends since our first day as kindergarten. We called ourselves the ‘Peppy Four’. We had adopted the slightly modified nursery rhyme as our anthem and our dearest dream was to go on an adventure like Enid Blyton’s Famous Five... Five on a Treasure Island was unanimously voted as the best story ever!

My Gold Mornings #Colgate360GoldMornings

“The best way to start the day is with a cup full of positivity,” my mother always said. I agree. That and a cup of coffee.

When I was younger I hated getting up early, especially during the long winters. The prospect of living my warm bed was to get ready for school was positively appalling. I would beg my mom to let me shut my eyes to five more minutes of dreams and on days she relented often resulted in me barely making to my classes on time.

Zombie Apocalypse: A Zica Adventure.

Pippa and I had barricaded ourselves in our third floor apartment. The sofa, a book case and a chest of drawer had all been piled up against the front door… just in case.

We sat in absolute silence only broken by the occasional growl outside.

“Please let this be a nightmare,” I prayed silently.

Navigating Troubled Days

I stand in front of the mirror dilly dallying over a strand of straying hair. Music wafts in through the slightly opened door, some Bollywood number about long lost love. I feel the beginning of a headache as I try to block out the cacophony of excited voices outside my room.

Raja Dada is getting married in two hours. I can’t call in sick at my own brother’s marriage.

“Get a grip,” I tell myself.

The Proposal

Fourth February, 2011

I decided to leave work early today. By early I mean, in time for dinner rather than the usual last cab before midnight. The project for March was of mammoth proportions and even with sixteen hours working days we were only just meeting deadlines.

So, could I afford to leave work in time for dinner? No, absolutely not.

Lyrics & Music

Years ago when my world was ruled by pigtails with ribbons and arithmetic homeworks, one summer, I had decided that I wanted to be a musician. A world renowned one no less. Kids my ages where dreaming of becoming doctors and pilots, but not me. I dreamt of standing on a stage with red velvet curtains in front of a thousand people … which was at least twice the number of people at my school, so yes to me it was a very huge crowd … and sing my own songs. My dream performance would invariably end with me being carried off the stage by my fans chanting my name over and over again.

Remembering Dadubhai

My earliest memories of my grandfather involves an old rocking chair. He would sit in the sunniest corner of the rambling old verandah reading the newspaper often accompanied by a steaming hot cup of Darjeeling tea and occasionally supplemented with a bowl of muri (or puffed rice, if you will).