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Life and Trivia

What am I talking about? I speak about the disintegration of the Great Imperial Power into a multi-polar world in the span of just a century, musical zing of bathroom singers to the ultimate composers Shankar Jaikishan, pulling the tail of a tiger from its back to capturing an asteroid into a bag, Zeno’s paradox to Cantor’s explanation of infinity, and of course, anything beyond. – AKR

Doing Data Science: Connecting Small Dots in Large Number

I was attending a conference on data science earlier today, and thought that it will be relevant to write on this topic....

Dealing with the Smallest Prime Number

Once a boy wanted to steal lemons from a lady's garden when she was away on a holiday. The garden was being...

Jallikattu: Fighting Perception

“An ordinance is needed from Central Government revoking ban on Jallikattu,” cried out a tamely-looking man sitting in the glittering newsroom of...

2014: It’s Comedy, through the Whole Year

A year passed by seeing frolics that played in all its grandeur. The year 2014 started at a juncture when world looked...

Zipping Past 2013 – As I see It

History never moves bare. The story gets draped with swaths of bloody aspirations, hapless hardships, and coloured idealisms that keep all of...

New Art Movement – in a Quantitative Style

When artists and painters across Europe started romanticising about culture of ancient Greece and ancient Rome, many attributed the event to a new movement...

Orø – The Pearl of the Isefjord

Tiny rainbows were being sketched and erased repeatedly on the undulating scarf of the Isefjord, a large inlet of the sea in Danish...

Sorrow and Triumph of Pegnitz at Nuremberg

It's a short personal account of the river Pegnitz in Franconia of the state of Bavaria, Germany, flowing through the city of Nuremberg. "I have witnessed a...

One Is Greater Than Zero (1 > 0)

When my mathematics teacher first introduced Algebra to me, it was looking a bit similar to a fairy-tale. The grandmother is always true! Then...

Liberate the Centres of Learning

When I took admission in the University of Hyderabad way back in the nineties, it was considered to be a privilege to...