The ability to group and separate things easily is a very basic human tendency. We are psychologically hardwired, constantly differentiating and grouping everything – people, habits, situations, outcomes.Psychology categorizes and groups people based on their traits into personalities. A combination of a lot of our smaller traits becomes our personality type and often there are… Continue reading I Am How I drive.
One of my most vivid memories from childhood is sitting in the backseat of a dark green Maruti 800 with my parents in the front seat. Dad driving us to and from everywhere. The not so great, rocky roads in small town Assam did not make for lovely rides, but spending time with Mom and… Continue reading Driving with Dad
Next time you jump a traffic light or violate zebra crossing in Mumbai, be ready for an instant notification for a traffic violation. Mumbai traffic police has launched the CCTV challan system where more than 4500 cameras will closely monitor driving violations and generate e-challans. Get more than 4 e-challans and you run the risk of… Continue reading Driving recklessly in Mumbai ? 5 steps to clear your e-challan
A self-fulfilling prophecy is a prediction that directly or indirectly causes itself to become true, by the very terms of the prophecy itself.Called as the Pygmalion effect, here’s a short video to introduce you to what this is and the way it impacts us(in all scores of life). This effect is in action 24×7 around… Continue reading Women o(w)n the roads
4.7 million kilometres. That’s the length of the road network in India. According to the Business Insider, India’s road network is long enough to loop around the Earth over 117 times. And while common facts about this huge network are found all over geography textbooks there are some that leave you amazed. Let’s take a… Continue reading Did you know these quirky facts about Indian Roads?