in a magical city like Mumbai and their kid’s experience with it today. How do other cities compare to Mumbai and what can we expect in the future for the city and the space that we inhabit.
This is the final episode of Father’s Month and what a way to end. Nadir Pop & Peter Pop curated four stories this month, of dads from different walks of life. The fourth and final story is of a Mohijit Mukerjee who became a dad during the pandemic. Mohijit talks’ us through various aspects of hisContinue reading “Episode 84 – The Pandemic Dad – Mohijit Mukerjee”
Nadir Pop recounts his COVID-19 vaccine experience India right now is in the midst of the largest vaccination drive ever known in history. And everyone wants to get a shot. Unfortunately it wasn’t easy. The government has built a portal where people can go and book their slots. The drive for the age group 18-44Continue reading “Nadir Pop’s experience getting the vaccine”
The year 2020 has passed by quickly, we are on our 56th episode and already in the last week of 2020. Our guest this week is another Entrepreneur Parent. In July we started the monthly series with guests who started a business post becoming parents. We have a variety of guests who have shared theirContinue reading “Episode 56 – Entrepreneur Parents – Sanjay Chakrabarti – Tag8”
As kids we played a lot of games and I just don’t mean outdoor games but also indoor ones. I personally had a huge collection of G.I. JOEs and HE-MAN and conjured up some crazy imaginative worlds within the confines of my home. But the one that really challenged me and my imagination was Monopoly. This game has broken friendships and family ties more than diplomatic breakdowns between two countries.
Recently the Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli was in the news for all the right non-cricketing reasons. His wife, famous actor and producer, Anushka Sharma is in her final trimester and Virat has requested the BCCI (the cricketing body in India) for a paternity leave. To start off with, it’s a great move. ViratContinue reading “Episode 51 – Paternity Leave needs to be normalised”
What we have realised is that books are something will not go out of style, no matter how much evolution you see in technology, even though it means “picking up” an audiobook. It might seem like a shortcut but her at least kids are getting engaged.
He has spent over a decade in the US and we really wanted to understand his journey of staying married in a foreign land, figuring our livelihood and planning to have children.