Monthly Archives: August 2010

Where are the brave political leaders gone?

It is unfortunate that India lacks real brave leaders today. It was not so when the nation was born! Subhash, Nehru, Patel, Ambedkar were brave to the core. And Mahatma was at the top of those brave souls who were ready to sacrifice everything to build the new nation. He was not even there to celebrate the day this nation won its freedom. Journalist Horace Alexander narrated an incident that occurred in that surcharged season: Continue reading

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“I want my country back!”- Anand

In the recent International Congress of Mathematicians in Hyderabad, inaugurated by Mrs. Pratibha Patil, Viswanathan Anand was invited to play chess with 40 other mathematicians. The ICM also decided to honour Anand with a doctorate. Continue reading

Replicating the real world…

It is a fact, that the virtual world is a replica of the real world. Atleast it tries to be one! I’ll prove my point with a simple example. Searching, is one of the primary tasks in Information Management. Let’s assume your friend is in a train compartment and you have to find him out. What are the ways possible? Continue reading

One more story to tell…

One more blood request was catered! One more life was saved! The volunteers of Sankalp emergency wing had one more story to tell! Continue reading

Autobiography of a strike bowler

This is my 200 post, and like every milestone, here is another lousy humour attempt by the greatest cricketer world has met till date- Continue reading

Words and thoughts

Do words create thoughts, or thoughts create words? Can we think without words? Are our thoughts constrained by the language we think in? Can we explore newer dimensions of our thought process, just by thinking in a different language? These are some really difficult questions! Continue reading