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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

Conversion Is Not Bad, Coercion Is.

Recently, a group of self-proclaimed leaders of Hinduism claimed to have converted a few poor Muslim families. It was not very far...

Startup Juggernaut – Bridging Gaps between Hype and Reality

Startup buzz generates much hype today – not only in India, but also around the world. Whether it is a colour-coated room...

Digital Conundrum: Looking for Neutrality in a Biased World

A plethora of online petitions pile up asking general Indian public to support the cause. They strive for a world where the Internet...

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...

Human’s Foray into the Space – Hurdles to Overcome

The space is an arcane wonder. The phenomenon of levitation defying gravity beyond a hundred miles above and the extreme cases of...

The Friday Quantum – A Name

Dear Reader, This may look odd to tie my series of blog posts or articles to a particular day...

Destroying History with Symbolism – Anchoring on Kasab Now

Each time we read history, we wonder about personalities which have been made to look as per a perspective, and most of the times,...

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....

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...

Calamities in the Tiny Nation of Many Mountains

When Nepal became a full-fledged republic after shunning its Monarchy, a new hope was kindled across this tiny nation at the foothill...