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Barber and Masseur

It was supposed to be one of those trips to the barber's, but I got in return a lot more than what I had bargained for.
The barber, the thorough professional that he was, managed to persuade me for a massage after the haircut. What I suffered during the next half-an-hour or so, which seemed like an eternity, still sends a chill down my spine. I was reduced to a hapless chap at the mercy of a messenger from hell!
Never again will I volunteer for a massage!
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Badri (in blue shirt). One of my best buddies in school.
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Tata Motors (TELCO). This is where dad worked.
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Golden Jubilee celebrations at the Gulmohar School.

Sameer Chaubal

Met Sameer in the lab. I'm very fond of this fellow. A gem of a guy!

Free Reader 2.7

Downloaded Free Reader 2.7 from Sourceforge. It's for the very first time that I downloaded anything from there. Free Reader is very simple. The virtues of Open Source are many!
I can read this blog from the RSS reader.
Ujwal, thanks for the treat!

Ranchi

I never thought I would be saying this, but a part of me will be a wee bit sad when it's time to leave Ranchi for good.

Achievement in BIT

I survived the ordeal of wrestling a nominal education from an Indian institution.
I miss Jamshedpur, Gulmohur School, my buddies and most of all, my home.

Gmail Invites

Hey, I can't believe myself! Why am I giving away Gmail invites so freely to these BITians? Shame on me!

Kublai Khan

Few people are as abominable as Kublai Khan (name changed for obvious reasons). I ran into that piece of junk in the lab. The scum should be buried alive in the deepest pit.