Have you done your best for Pakistan?

When we do something with passion it automatically pulls out the best in us. When we enjoy doing a task, when we take pride in it and when we do it out of love, it doesn’t matter whether we are the lowest-ranking worker or the head of the organization. And, the result is not dependent on any command line or hierarchy.

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Confluence of cultures
Maitreyee describing Indian culture to two students at the Cultures Day event.

Confluence of cultures

One advantage of an expatriate's life is the exposure one gets to other cultures, especially for children who study in international schools.

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Young hearts against world hunger

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5B5AteveUJ0] Sohini and her two friends at school prepared this video clip on the subject of world hunger, composing the song, the music, singing and creating the video. Now they…

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Repose
Repose

Repose

One of the many migratory birds we saw at Chilika lake in my home state when we visited it in December. See some more photos of the lake from this…

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Desolate

The sky and the trees in Copenhagen reflect the sentiment around the climate change conference taking place here. Hope the coming week brings some colour to the climate.

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Social networking on climate change
OneClimate.net

Social networking on climate change

OneClimate.net is a new social networking space for sharing ideas and experiences on climate change. An interesting and hopefully influential initiative of OneWorld.net for which I worked some years ago.…

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London lens

Last month we were in London for a week. Here's a collection of  photos from the wonderful time we had there. Most of the photos are taken by Sohini who…

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