Mohana  Prabhakar

    CEO, Apex Press and Publishing

It’s a man’s man’s man’s world
    January 29, 2018

Seven years ago, at a bank in India, where I had gone to restructure a loan along with my brother, the bank manager steadfastly refused to acknowledge my presence. The account was mine, the loan was mine, I asked the questions but my brother received the answers. At the end, when I said thank you, my brother was told, “You’re welcome, sir.”

Just eat it
    January 22, 2018

It seems to be that everyone is talking about January being the month to cut back on all the over-eating from last month, to go back to feeling like a butterfly rather than a slug. I am obviously still stuck in the month of indulgence as I seem to be thinking about food constantly.

Up close and personal
    January 15, 2018

At 14, I was quite the brat, unable to think beyond me, myself and I. My universe consisted of school, school friends, friends at home and severe injustice, most often imagined, meted out by my parents. Life was quite uncomplicated, as life in a bubble usually is.

Raindrops keep falling on my head
    January 8, 2018

A couple of weeks ago, I got up in the morning to what was an absolutely beautiful day. Imagine waking up in Muscat to the sound of rain on wooden shutters and the fresh wet earth smell if you lean out.

It’s all about the wish
    January 3, 2018

We are just on the third day of the new year and I want to wish everyone a very Happy New Year again. And love, happiness, health, wealth, prosperity, blessings, rainbows, miracles and so on. While it seems phones are as essential to our life as the air we breathe, the one time I wish I didn’t own a phone are times like now.

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