Monthly Archives: September 2010

Birth anniversary of Shaheed Bhagat Singh

Ah! Not for idle hatred!
Not for honor, fame,
nor self applause,
but for the glory of the cause
You did What will not be forgot! Continue reading

Ayodhya: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

The Ayodhya verdict is on its way. Stay home, but know your greatest enemy.

As you must be knowing, I am now a regular columnist of a popular website “The-NRI”. Recently they have published my article on the Ayodhya verdict. The link is here Continue reading


A day in the Commonwealth fiasco

I feel very ashamed of the way things have turned out with the CWG. I can stand up and blame many politicians and bureaucrats for it, but I really don’t want to do what these news channels have already overdone. Yesterday, I tracked the turn of events in the CWG fiasco. Exams start in my college today, and as usual, all I did yesterday was browse one of my favourite news source- The Hindu. Continue reading

The rhyme of the ancient engineer

Wikipedia defines engineers as-

Engineers are concerned with developing economical and safe solutions to practical problems, by applying mathematics and scientific knowledge while considering technical constraints. The term is derived from the Latin root “ingenium,” meaning “cleverness”. Continue reading

A complicated love story

Often heard of stories when people can’t love each other, nor can they hate each other? Presenting the most complicated love story ever- Continue reading