JAIDEEP SHERGILL

  • Jaideep Shergill: The science of deduction...

    Jaideep Shergill: The science of deduction… Posted on 20 Feb,2017 | under COLUMNS There is a massive opportunity to use strategic communications, data and insights in the area of litigation in India, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Mirror, mirror...

    Jaideep Shergill: Mirror, mirror… Posted on 13 Feb,2017 | under COLUMNS We are now slaves to the virtual universe and while we all believe we know the difference between the real world and the virtual one, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: It's the end of the world as we know It...

    Jaideep Shergill: It’s the end of the world as we know It… Posted on 30 Jan,2017 | under COLUMNS What’s missing now is a 21st century Captain America to take him on and new set of Allies who can deal with this mad man, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Is Donald Trump the Manchurian Candidate?

    Jaideep Shergill: Is Donald Trump the Manchurian Candidate? Posted on 16 Jan,2017 | under COLUMNS Like many people out there, I really don’t know what to make of him. I don’t think he knows either, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Barack Obama: An officer and a gentleman!

    Jaideep Shergill: Barack Obama: An officer and a gentleman! Posted on 02 Jan,2017 | under COLUMNS Considering that President Obama had the cards stacked against him and the dominos falling from the get go, it’s a miracle how he not only survived but grew in stature over his eight years and two terms, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Why I want to move to Bhutan (or the doom and gloom of 2016)

    Why I want to move to Bhutan (or the doom and gloom of 2016) Posted on 29 Dec,2016 | under COLUMNS Brexit, ISIS, Fake News, OPEC, Wars, Putin, Hacking, Ebola, ZICA, Trump, DeMo… Jaideep Shergill is happy to see the back of 2016

  • Jaideep Shergill: Deus ex machina!

    Jaideep Shergill: Deus ex machina! Posted on 24 Oct,2016 | under COLUMNS Deux ex machina is an unexpected power or event saving a seemingly hopeless situation, especially as a contrived plot device in a play or novel, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Shaken, not stirred

    Jaideep Shergill: Shaken, not stirred Posted on 10 Oct,2016 | under COLUMNS It’s amazing how something as inane as this ad was able to get all the eyeballs and hog the entire digital news cycle for well over 48 hours, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Big Fish!

    Jaideep Shergill: Big Fish! Posted on 04 Oct,2016 | under COLUMNS We still have some firms which are independent and can go out and conquer the world, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Cold shoulder for Coldplay

    Jaideep Shergill: Cold shoulder for Coldplay Posted on 19 Sep,2016 | under COLUMNS Historically, live entertainment in India (especially with “A” class acts) has been a damp squib, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Fun with Fac(k)ebook!

    Jaideep Shergill: Fun with Fac(k)ebook! Posted on 29 Aug,2016 | under COLUMNS Communicating in person is quite different than communicating via an electronic medium, writes Jaideep Shergill

  • Jaideep Shergill: Citius, Altius, Fortius or Debilior, Tardior, Inferior?

    Jaideep Shergill: Citius, Altius, Fortius or Debilior, Tardior, Inferior? Posted on 22 Aug,2016 | under COLUMNS The Russian drug scandal is a reminder that the Olympics can be an irritant rather than soothing balm, notes Jaideep Shergill

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