Category Archives: Prof Natarajan’s Blogs

Relationship between Sales, Politics and Truth

In the modern world everything is for sale and has a price tag on it. You can buy anything if you have the means. Most importantly you can buy silence for a price. You can even attempt to buy a … Continue reading

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Once the clock strikes–NN

When the clock strikes 12 it is either mid-night or noon. That is a simplistic answer.  Most clocks I know, even the Big Ben clock tower in London or Gantaghars in Delhi, have a record of being a little too … Continue reading

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SOLITUDE–NN

Today’s humans are social animals. Perhaps it was not always like this. Cavemen were obviously not. As social animals solitude is an unusual or even unnatural state. But looking at our origin, the boot is on the other leg. Solitude … Continue reading

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My Best, Worst and Most Likely Case Predictions for the World in Five Years..NN

My Best, Worst and Most Likely Case Predictions for the World in Five Years In the corporate world prediction of the future is a routine matter at each stage of doing business. This Crystal ball gazing comes naturally at every … Continue reading

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A DAY IN THE LIFEOF NN

Corona virus has knocked the day light out of me, if not everyone. By nature I am an out-door person. In retirement I have rarely spent a whole day staying at home. I usually go on errands to buy one thing … Continue reading

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MEDICINE TODAY..NN

Medicine owes its origin to nature. Nature was associated with cure. The body’s nature and mechanism is to recover naturally. Even today creatures other than humans are heavily dependent on nature to get cured if they contract any illness.  Illness … Continue reading

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What is all the fuss about?……NN

Google says fuss is a state of excitement, and it’s usually about something not worth worrying or “fussing” about. Most fusses are types of commotion. If someone makes a fuss, they’re overexcited and in a tizzy over something, like someone who can’t … Continue reading

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THE NEW NORMAL–NN

Today it is fashionable to speak about a new normal to which the world has to get adjusted to. It finds mention in all discourses, discussions and debates. The so called new normal is seen as a solution to overcome … Continue reading

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Is COVID the only Immediate Threat To Mankind? NN

Right now the the number one priority is Covid19. The whole world is busy fighting it. It has posed a serious threat to life everywhere barring China and a few small countries here and there. There is an almost unanimous … Continue reading

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Social Evolution, Revolutionary Change, Negotiated Settlement:What is best and when?

Social Evolution, Revolutionary Change, Negotiated Settlement…….. The three processes are very different from one another. Evolution is a natural process. It is slow and proceeds at its own pace. The pace may be constant or variable. It is also unstoppable. … Continue reading

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