Accidentally Witnessed The History

Rahul Desai
March 13, 2006
2 mins read
Yet another hot Sunday in Bhopal, Raghu and I were fearsly trying to get some work done at the office. With my typically casual interest in any cricket match, I just peeped into the scorecard. Half-way at the match, the result was quite obvious....
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Of All Places, Why Bhopal?

Rahul Desai
March 06, 2006
4 mins read
Why Bhopal? The answer is simpler than tougher. However, the issue is severe: Why start a business in Bhopal? And that makes this article more interesting and complicated, since the facts about the city are flatly unknown to the most of...
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The Best Things In Life Are Free

Rahul Desai
March 05, 2006
About a min read
I am not talking about talking-for-free to absolutely anyone in any corner of the world (through Skype); nor is it about free Hotmail account you’re using for more than 10 years now. I am talking about real things in life, which count. And they...
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Confusing Hard Work With Struggle

Rahul Desai
February 20, 2006
2 mins read
I have not referred to the Webster’s, Oxford’s or Gala’s or any other reliable (or even unreliable) dictionary for an absolute meaning of the noun ‘struggle’. Somehow it gives me a negative feeling and therefore, I defy its relation - whatsoever...
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The Origin Of Stress

Rahul Desai
February 17, 2006
2 mins read
Most people in the world today suffer from stress. To deal with stress you must first find out its origin. Identify its source before you can root it out. Imagine there is a foul odour in a room. The smell comes from a decomposed mouse behind...
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Blessed By The Maestros... Twice!

Rahul Desai
February 13, 2006
2 mins read
If there's anything like 'luck', then I've been the luckiest. Twice! Twice I've been privileged to see and hear their master-duo. Probably it all happened just to reinforce my strong-old belief that if one isn't into one or the other form of art...
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The True Costs Of Iraq War


Hello World! If you're still following my blog-articles, here's yet another in the series, a 'pick' from The Economic Times. Well, a little off-track for that matter, it talks about interesting facts and figures of Iraq-war. For those interested,...
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Networking: As A Career

Rahul Desai
February 10, 2006
3 mins read
Oops! This article was supposed to be a sequel, but I’m afraid not many have read the previous one. Not an issue as such! Let that be the prequel, since the content in this article is likely to be of some actual use. Less gyan more maal! If...
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Networking: Not Working In India?

Rahul Desai
February 06, 2006
2 mins read
For those of my dear friends knowing little or absolutely nothing about my business, there are three divisions in my company of which, one happens to be ‘networking’ (the one that I take care of). Again, for those not having sufficient knowledge...
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Up for Trekking? - Part:II

Rahul Desai
January 25, 2006
5 mins read
First of all, there's no part-I. This concept is inspired from the movie Waisa Bhi Hota Hai - Part:II. No other logics involved. Trekking is fun. However, it can be actually fatal if we miss on our part of carefulness. So here are some points...
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When Opponents Cooperate

Rahul Desai
January 24, 2006
4 mins read
I'm not the greatest at management fundamentals, and describing this logic in my language will be tough (for the reader to digest). So like an established programmer, I will simply Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V this article from The Economic Times (New...
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Rocket Science Behind Hangovers

Rahul Desai
January 11, 2006
About a min read
For those less-fortunate who didn't get to study biology in their higher secondary school (unlike we blessed Gujarat State Board Science students, who were forced-taught the frog's anatomy and millions of organisms - in parallel to dealing with...
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Have I Been Too Late?

Rahul Desai
December 08, 2005
3 mins read
A wi-fi enabled notebook and a compatible multimedia mobile-phone (with sufficient calling currency) can make a killer combination. 6:25 on a Thursday morning, the computing machinery wakes up and a preset media player playlist pops up (Windows...
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