Gail Tredwell’s Holy Hell of concocted lies

I have over the past few years been in touch with lot of people from all around the world. I have met people from Europe, US, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Chile and a dozen other countries. Most of these opportunities were accidental meetings, partly due to my technical taste and partly because of chance events.... Continue Reading →

A better India, A better world – N R Narayana Murthy

This post has been long-delayed due to various reasons, including (but not limited to) my laziness to write posts other than the technical ones. Now I am more or less settled with the new semester in the college, and I am reading an exciting book - "A better India, A better world". Before I get... Continue Reading →

2 states – Chetan Bhagat, the usual story told the usual way

"...Its usual stry. Didn't intrst me. Not much diffrce. Ya, personl tastes diffr, though..." That's how one of my friends replied to my suggestion on reading the book - 2 states. Now, my take on the book. This is a story that is all too known, to all of us. A tamil brahmin girls falls... Continue Reading →

Audacity of Hope

I recently read "Audacity of Hope", an exciting, and inspiring book written by Barack Obama. I've followed his presidential race from the fall of 2007, the rise of a sincere politician, who stood almost no chance of making it to the most powerful position, but for his sincere love towards his country and the principles... Continue Reading →

God of Small Things

Yes, you are right. This is my experience with God of Small Things, by Arundhati Roy. First things first, let me tell my readers that I am not a great "literary critic", nor a great "fiction admirer". But, I like reading books (its a late habbit, i confess). So, to start off with, this book... Continue Reading →

Imagining India

I bought this book "IMAGINING INDIA" by Mr. Nandan Nilekani last week. It was an attempt to kill my boredom during a lonely train journey from Coimbatore to my home. Whatever had been my aim, I would say, my decision was right. I got hold of a book that I had missed reading. This was... Continue Reading →

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