| KOCH DIARIES | 4-minute read
Coronavirus climbed the charts and got itself a name: Covid-19. It is '21. The virus, as we know it, isn't going anywhere. Life, as we know it, isn't returning to where it was.
The past few days into the new year have winged in a new realisation, I love my own company more than ever. I am increasingly growing into a happy loner.
| KOCH DIARIES | 3-minute read
2020 made a sticky mess out of all our dreams, achievements, plans, hopes and thoughts for a future.
| RIGHT Foot Forward | 6-minute read
Work from home also means intrusion into the family structure. Counterintuitive as it may seem, home-offices, far from improving work-life balance, may actually end up destroying it.
Till the lockdown ceases and the infections subside, we have no choice but to remain at home and it’s probably for the better. However, there is always a bright side to things.
From the list of Tablighi Jamaat attendees shared on social media to the digital surveillance of employees working from home, the risk of privacy violations is increasing.