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Tejas Nair

Tejas Nair is a freelance writer, small-time film critic, and literature student. He lives and works in Mumbai, India.

Is No One Else Hyped About IKEA in Navi Mumbai?

IKEA sign

Am I the only one looking forward to IKEA in Mumbai? Crazy!

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Attempting to List All Publicis Groupe Agencies

Publicis Groupe agency logos

A lot happened to Publicis Groupe and me over the past few weeks. It announced the merger of Convonix and Resultrix brands under Performics India in May and the completion of Epsilon’s acquisition early last week. I completed four years with one of its agencies a day before the second announcement. And instead of recording […]

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Why I Don’t Use Zomato

Opinion on Zomato

My personal reasons why I don’t use Zomato anymore. I instead call up my trusted restaurant near my apartment to order food.

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The Menace of Slow Walkers

The train is scheduled to arrive at Currey Road station at 7.34 PM and leave for Thane a few seconds later. It’s 7.20 PM now and I have just left my office building in Lower Parel, all poised with shoelaces tied tight so that I can walk briskly and skillfully manoeuvre the potholes on the […]

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The Time I Stole a Rotring Pencil

I have been thinking a lot about pen pencils these days, their gradual decline in sales over the past decade owing to a faster decline in people preferring to write on paper over type, and the lack of options when one goes shopping at a stationery store. “Here you go,” said the shopkeeper as he […]

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  • about me

    Tejas Nair is a freelance writer based in Mumbai, India. He writes about cinema, literature, current affairs, culture, and society. He manages search-based digital campaigns for Publicis. more »