Mr. Prasad Chandran is the Founder Chairman of SEEGOS – a Social Enterprise for Ethics, Governance and Organisation Strategies. He is the former CMD of BASF in India and was the Head of all BASF companies in the South Asia sub-region.

Corruption – India’s War To Win

And for a Friday as the World totters away from the catastrophic Brink of a War over Iran and Global economic downturn, some thoughts….. some musings….. In the Globalised economy of today, India has to fight for its own growth and competitiveness. No matter what the external and internal problems be, the nation has to…

Bandh Economy – Kerala’s Bane

And for a Friday arriving in Trivandrum on Bandh day, some thoughts….. some musings….. Kerala Govt led by a Communist Chief Minister is soliciting investment and Economy Growth with the avowed objective of eliminating Unemployment and guaranteeing jobs to the Kerala Youth – an absolute Noble objective. I fully support ASCEND 2020. If India has…

New Year Greetings – Wistfully Yours

And for the first Friday of the Brand New 2020, some thoughts….. some musings….. New year celebrations are time immemorial – 2000 BC, starting with Mesopotamian to when the Gregorian Calendar was established in 1582, from when, every first January, New Year Resolutions and celebrations are done enmasse. How times and Greetings have changed. I…

Order Out Of Chaos – Indian Traffic

And for a Friday of Christmas week in Mumbai, some thoughts….. some musings….. Christmas is a great fun filled week in all three cities that I live in, MUMBAI, Bengaluru and Thiruvanthapuram. The pattern is the same. Christmas Eve Dinner, late night Parties, lots of Booze, fun and frolic. 25th is Christmas lunch, mostly with…

House of TATA – NCLAT Judgement And After

And for a Friday after the rather unexpected, but refreshing NCLAT judgement on the House of TATAs….. some thoughts….. some musings….. Nobody disputes the absolute integrity, Trust and Value basis of the 150 year TATA conglomerate operating in more than 100 countries with a business of over 111 Billion dollars, ranging from common salt to…