दर्द का अर्थ समझे

On July 30, 2012, in Blog, Faith and belief, Guest Post, irregular, Philosophy, Serious, by Amiya
This is a guest post by my father, Mr. Anuranjan Patanaik - AGM Central Establishment Section, Reserve Bank of India. The views expressed here are his own and  and do not reflect the views of RBI.
जिंदगि में कोई दर्द नहीं उठाना चाहता है | लेकिन दर्द किसीका भी पीच्छा… Read the full article
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Tainted reality – The incompleteness of our perceived world

On April 17, 2012, in Blog, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Research, Serious, by Amiya
At all times the world we perceive is a reflection of our internal dialog -Deepak Chopra
Over time one thing I learned the hard way is that people can have radically different views. This is true even for the most objective of things as well as most rational people. If… Read the full article

Cop Logic

On March 16, 2012, in Blog, Comics, Serious, Society, by Amiya
Delhi has been known for quite some time as the rape capital of India. The situation in nearby areas including Gurgaon and Noida is no better. While the crime rates are on an incline the attitude of the police as well as the Government is appalling. Simply put the security… Read the full article
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burnt passion – misguided dreams

On June 7, 2011, in Blog, Faith and belief, Serious, Society, by Amiya

Where should I go??

Over the decade India has undergone a magnitude of change that is difficult to comprehend. In an already diverse country the spectrum of changes happening is simply mind boggling. In a country of billion, there are a billion different dreams in a billion different directions. As… Read the full article
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Poverty – an Economic Perspective

On January 24, 2011, in Blog, irregular, Serious, Society, by Amiya
Money is a mysterious thing. It is the fuel on which everything runs. At times it is everything, at times its nothing. It is what creates huge dams, roads, railways and entire countries and it is what annihilates an entire civilization. Money is magical and it is what everyone desires… Read the full article
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Arundhati Roy and Rakhi Sawant – two sides of the same coin

On October 28, 2010, in Blog, Entertainment, Serious, by Amiya
Every time Arundhati Roy's name come up in news I feel disgusted exactly like the times when Rakhi Sawant's name comes up. Given my poor writing skills I thought the best way to express myself will be through a picture.

God was kind enough not to create such a creature.

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IITs and the Placebo effect

On October 26, 2010, in Blog, Faith and belief, Serious, by Amiya

Can you believe that?

A country of over a billion people; India - one of the fastest growing economy in the world with an extremely large young population which is arguably the most valuable resource for the country's future. Is it not surprising that not even a single University ranks… Read the full article
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Solar Powered Base Stations – Future of Communication in India

On May 29, 2010, in Blog, Energy, Photovoltaics, Research, Serious, Technology, by Amiya

A sadhu on mobile!

We live in exponential times and what animates it is information and communication. Today economy runs not on money but on bits and bytes gushing through the internet backbone. Not long back cellphones were a rare thing. The ability to communicate from anywhere, anytime was reserved… Read the full article
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Fate and destiny

On May 20, 2010, in Faith and belief, Philosophy, Serious, by Amiya
D: It is written.
That is how the critically acclaimed British film "Slumdog Millionaire" ended. You are free to show anything you want in a movie but when it comes to real life, destiny and fate is something too difficult for me to digest. There are a billion… Read the full article
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