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My Class 12 Result

I was always the brightest student of my class growing up in Rishikesh. Since my father and brother, both graduated from IIT Roorkee, I too appeared in the entrance exam for IIT Roorkee along with my UP Board class 12 exams. The results of the entrance exam came before IIT and I was selected. We […]

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Retirement, The Golden Time

Almost every working person near the retirement age today, says that they want to extend their retirement because they can’t think of themselves sitting at home and doing nothing. While it’s a noble thought, it is slightly misdirected IMHO. We all agree that today our working life drains us completely because we have no time […]

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10 Reasons To Revive Your Cooking Skills

Have you noticed these days that most well-to-do people in urban areas don’t cook for themselves? They either have a part time cook or they go out to eat or they order in. The number of people, who call themselves foodies, is increasing but these foodies only like to eat, not cook. It’s sad that […]

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My 1 year report card

It’s been a year that we moved back to India and here are how things stand (in the decreasing order of importance): Health I fall sick more often Family Have rest of the family but miss Tushar Job Exciting Fun Activities Delhi is a happening place Weather Nothing can beat bay area weather Time For […]

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Position and connections is everything

In India most people don’t value other people unless they know them. They only value the position and the connections of a person. For some reason, the normal processes just do not work smoothly. If you want to get your work done, you need to get the orders from the top brass. For example, the […]

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