Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na

Rahul Desai
July 07, 2008
About a min read
Director(s): Abbas Tyrewala/ Acto(s): Imran Khan, Genelia D'Souza, Prateik Babbar A good movie... 6 on the scale of 7: C-SAT! The right weightage to every character and a good balance of the flow. Especially, if you're into theatre abd plays,...
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A Class Analogy: Ant And Grasshopper

Rahul Desai
June 13, 2008
2 mins read
An Old Story: The Ant works hard in the withering heat all summer building its house and laying up supplies for the winter. The Grasshopper thinks the Ant is a fool and laughs & dances & plays the summer away. Come winter, the Ant is warm and...
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Blog And Blogging - Explained In Plain English

Rahul Desai
December 02, 2007
About a min read
Blogging these days is more of a style-statement than actually a habit, necessity or a need. While more and more people (including myself) are trying their hands, it's important to get the fundamentals right. Some humble soul aptly understood...
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7 Points Of Safe Blogging

Rahul Desai
May 19, 2007
3 mins read
My definition: I feel like writing something and sharing it with the world, it’s Blogging. As of Wikipedia, it’s something written in a chronological order and displayed in reverse chronological order and bla-blah something. There's a lot they...
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Resistance Is Futile

Rahul Desai
November 02, 2006
5 mins read
With reference to one of my old articles, here's a supporting ET article (and you thought I would type such a long article, all by myself!?). It's an open secret that Blogs have moved beyond mainstream media in the form of fearless speech from...
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The Formula For All Round Success In Life

Rahul Desai
May 19, 2006
About a min read
Stress Management - When and How? Do one thing at a time. Do it mindfully. Do it well. Enjoy the satisfaction. Then go on to the next thing. Multitasking might work for computers, but humans have yet to get the hang of it. It leads to careless...
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Yeh Hai Bombay Meri Jaan

Rahul Desai
May 13, 2006
About a min read
Disclaimer: When I say Bombay, I mean Bombay. That's not a slip of tongue. And that's unlikely to change. Now, let's get back to the article. With a dense humanity of tens of millions, there’s barely anybody who can claim to be somebody here....
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It's About Helmetting Right

Rahul Desai
April 14, 2006
4 mins read
If my existence mattered to you (in any positive way), you must thank ‘Vega’ for saving my life. (Or at least, for saving my aashiq ka thobda from getting deformed completely.) Vega is a helmet manufacturer in India, and one of their products...
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India Unbound - Gurcharan Das

Rahul Desai
April 05, 2006
About a min read
Author: Gurcharan Das/ Publisher: Penguin Books India/ ISBN: 9780143063018This being the first review on this blog, I wanted to write something really interesting (and inviting enough that a reader feels like revisiting). Before I can write a...
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An Eye In The Sky

Rahul Desai
April 04, 2006
7 mins read
  This article is a core-IT (Information Technology) subject with a core-professional interest for the related people. Any person outside this domain is likely to start throwing up right at the beginning of the article. Further (obviously), a...
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Journey To Bhopal

Rahul Desai
April 03, 2006
2 mins read
Titles can really be deceiving. The ideal article-title here could have been “Traveling by Raj National Express”. I basically wanted to write about my recent journey from Pune to Bhopal by bus. A great new experience altogether! Like okay, I...
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Blogging For Money

Rahul Desai
March 16, 2006
6 mins read
This certainly isn't the greatest article I've ever read. And frankly, it talks crap. Just that the other day I got to talk to our very own Ms Bhavana Musuluri and she somehow feels that blogging is the only thing I'm involved (engrossed?) into...
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Discussion Between Rulers Of The Earth

Rahul Desai
March 14, 2006
About a min read
In continuation of my discussion with a friend at Jehan Numa about what Ram said to Bharat when he came to meet him in the forest. It’s a glimpse into what it takes to rule! It’s all common sense and a high degree of self-discipline. (Link at...
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