Haresh Daswani

Haresh Daswani was born on August 27, 1981, in the Philippines. He is of a Sindhi lineage (from the Sindh province, now part of Pakistan) with his father born in India, and his mother in Singapore.  An entrepreneur since college, Haresh spends his leisure time either writing short stories and poetries, drawing abstract art, or discussing Philosophy and business with his friends. He also dreams to have his works published, recognized, and appreciated. You can reach Haresh at hmdaswani@gmail.com  Visit his Facebook page for the Evolution of Insanity Book or go directly to Amazon!


Tuesday, 18 March 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageLet us start with a new potential good news to combat all the oil price worries. 

Tara Tiny is a 100% electric car with 80 km/hour top speed and 80 kilometers range from a full charge. The cost per kilometer in electricity is around US$ 0.01. The savings are amazing.

 
Thursday, 06 March 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageHow many friends do you have? And how many people do you dislike but are not aware of how you feel about them? How do you react to them whenever you meet them? How do you react to almost everything around you?

Here is an interesting point. Take into consideration that your thoughts can act like viruses. On the screen you won't notice anything different or odd, but something is corrupting your files.

 
Friday, 22 February 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageIt is everywhere, and we all probably bumped to them going to work, they look into your direction, and say "Save the trees, sign the petition".

There they are, everywhere, environmentalists with wooden sticks to hold up their picket signs, all printed on paper, and the petition, paper. They have oversized evil looking heads of the CEO of large logging firms, all made of paper maché, and they got donuts inside brown paper bags. Environmental protests do seem to take a toll on the environment.

 
Wednesday, 20 February 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageHere is one very thought provoking idea, if cigarettes can be made to not become detrimental to health, would it more acceptable to society?

Everyone wants to put down cigarettes due to the health problems that it can cause. This is perfectly logical and understandable. But, with the new developments in gene replacements and biotechnology, in the near future, there might be a chance for cigarettes not to be detrimental to health anymore. 

 
Sunday, 17 February 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageThe recent shooting in NIU has brought international sentiment, fear, and confusion, on what makes school shooting more rampant in recent times. 

This time, they're not the usual terrorists we have all grown to be scared of, but regular everyday boys and girls with no past criminal record. The bigger problem is no one can really comprehend the cause of all these shootings, and why do they take their lives in the end, after shooting people in random. The idea that we do not know why makes things more terrifying, it is so random we do not know how to stop the next person from committing such tragedy.

 
Friday, 15 February 2008 19:00 GFP Columnist - Haresh Daswani
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ImageMany of you may remember this during your childhood (up until mine) we used to have candies that look like cigarette sticks. These candies were actually bubble gum, and its casing looks very much like a pack of cigarettes.

My parents never did buy me those packs, but I did get them once when I was young (from my dad's friends or relatives, the origin of where I got it was very unclear, and from what I recall, very irrelevant as well) and found them to be something children of my age would like to get. These packs of cigarette candies would make us feel like we are adults, and respectable, or to another term, even "cool". 

 

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