How to avoid a Climate Disaster, a book by Bill Gates starts with an introduction where Bill talks about the number of carbon emissions we create every year. It is 51 Billion tonnes of carbon emission every year and we need to bring it down to zero. If we fail to do the same, it … Continue reading How To Avoid a Climate Disaster – Bill Gates
With the elections in Tamil Nadu over yesterday (Tuesday, April 6, 2021), various opinion polls are predicting the victory of one party or the other. As the state looks forward to a dynamic cabinet ministry, the results will be announced on Sunday, May 2, 2021, and a leader from the party who wins will be … Continue reading The Transition of Political Power
When the Government of India announced lockdown starting March 23, 2020, little did we know that most of the businesses will be closed and schools shut for extended periods. With schools being closed and a surge in online classes, the educated Indian population adapted well. Savings came in handy. The tech industry was the least … Continue reading When Will Schools Reopen?
We've all heard "Don't work for money, make money work for you". Though working for money or not can be subjective, making money work for you is never debatable. The power of compound interest, meaning earning interest on interest on the invested sum, is not new but often overlooked. Let's see a simple trick to … Continue reading How long does it take to double your money – The Rule of 72
I was fascinated reading about Thangarasu Natarajan, Blue Jersey Indian Cricketer who returned from the Border Gavaskar series win from Australia and received a rousing reception at his village Chinnappampatti in Salem, Tamil Nadu, India. I also watched his interviews, his parents speaking about their hardships and how their entire family lived in a small … Continue reading Natarajan, Chinnappampatti and the Tech Industry