• August 21, 2017
    Last updated 12 minutes ago

Articles by Mahmood Saberi

  • Will autonomous cars make roads safer?
    Aug 01, 2017 Mahmood Saberi,Special to Gulf News
    That prospect is still light years away for India, with a top official expressing fear that they will cause widespread joblessness
  • If you got to go, you better go
    Aug 15, 2017 Mahmood Saberi,Special to Gulf News
    Indian audiences and lovers of Bollywood movies worldwide seem to be fed up with love stories
  • Gold smugglers upgrade their skills
    Aug 08, 2017 Mahmood Saberi, Special to Gulf News
    I had heard of the palaces of Bengaluru and neighbouring Mysore and thought it would be a great opportunity to revive my interest in photography during our stint there
  • Getting connected in Bengaluru, India’s IT hub
    Jul 25, 2017 Mahmood Saberi,Special to Gulf News
    Getting a SIM card after moving back to India has its downsides — you have to prove you don’t harbour nefarious intentions
  • Leaving Dubai is easy but a heartache
    Jul 18, 2017 Mahmood Saberi,Special to Gulf News
    The emirate has a charming ability to attract people and chances are very high we will pass through here en route to Toronto
  • Finding a wife in the futuristic jobless world
    Jul 11, 2017 Mahmood Saberi,Special to Gulf News
    The sadder part was that no Indian parent wanted a journo for a son-in-law
  • Flying around the world on your feet
    Jul 04, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    I suppose over time, people can learn to sleep while standing and being strapped into their vertical pods
  • ‘Everywhere you go ...’
    Jun 27, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    I am not sure what I like better: Cold or the hot climate
  • India-Pakistan cricket match can cause stress
    Jun 20, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    As the cricket match proceeded, I could feel the vein in my neck pulsing urgently
  • Short working hours make happy productive people
    Jun 13, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    Experts say that the old norm of making people work 48 hours a week is an outdated concept
  • Moving back home as an expatriate
    Jun 06, 2017 Mahmood Saberi, Special to Gulf News
    Relocating back to one’s home country can be a strange, jarring experience
  • Trying to ignore the devil during Ramadan
    May 30, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    Some people say that Ramadan has become commercialised, but I also see packed mosques every night as the faithful vie to complete the recitation of the Quran
  • The cheaper way is not always the best
    May 23, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    Driving to Oman on a visa run may initially seem more appealing than flying until one adds up the costs — both on the wallet and on your state of mind
  • It is never easy to say goodbye
    May 16, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    It still has not hit me yet that I am finally leaving Dubai. Maybe when everything is marked off the To Do list, I will sob on my friend’s shoulder and bemoan the fast passing away of the years
  • Going on a staycation can be stress-free
    May 09, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    I looked up staycation in a dictionary and found out that it was a portmanteau, a word constructed by blending sound and meaning of two different words
  • Getting all hyper in a Hyperloop
    May 02, 2017 Mahmood SaberiSpecial to Gulf News
    Travel they say broadens the mind and it is not the arrival at your destination but the experiences on the way that count