I have been resisting for some time to express my opinion on the ruckus issue of banning Muslims entering America that Mr. Trump started during the course of the Presidential primary season. Even though this could be construed as just a political issue, we cannot deny that it is also a workplace issue considering the racial, religious, and ethnic diversity of the 21st century workforce across America and in most of the developed and developing countries. Over the last few weeks, I thought about my Muslim colleagues, those I had worked alongside over the years, my Muslim friends in America, and my childhood Muslim buddies with whom I grew up in my home town in Southern part of I...

 I have been resisting for some time to express my opinion on the ruckus issue of banning Muslims entering America that Mr. Trump started during the course of the Presidential primary season. Even though this could be construed as just a political issue, we cannot deny that it is also a workplace issue considering the racial, religious, and ethnic diversity of the 21st century workforce across America and in most of the developed and developing countries. Over the last few weeks, I thought about my Muslim colleagues, those I had worked alongside over the years, my Muslim friends in America, and my childhood Muslim buddies with whom I grew up in my home town in Southern part of I...

Old games, new tricks
Posted by Mitchell Johnson / September 11, 2015

 How do you think people in the olden days spent their free time? With no access to television, internet and modern forms of entertainment, has it ever crossed your mind how your parents, grandparents and forefathers filled their days and months? Well, it was this same question that R G Singh, secretary, Ramsons Kala Pratishtana, Mysuru had which led him to the answer – board games!    Karnataka is rich in traditional board games. Be it chaukabara, navakankari (nine men’s morri), adu huli (goats & tigers), paramapada (snakes & ladders), pretwa, ashtapada, chaduranga (four-handed chess), pagade or pachisi, shara vyooha, hasu mattu ch...

Confucius Top 7 Tips for a Happy Life
Posted by / September 10, 2015

 “It is better to play than do nothing.” “Men’s natures are alike; it is their habits that separate them.” ...

 “Three Rules of Work: Out of clutter find simplicity; From discord find harmony; In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” Albert Einstein ...