Monthly Archives: November 2008

The war at Kurkshetra in the Mahabharata has been termed as Dharmayuddha, which means the battle fought in order to uphold the principles of Dharma. Before the combat, both the sides agreed to the terms and conditions regarding the rules … Continue reading

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Flashback: Linux and moi

Quick takes: India leads the 7 match series 4-0. Dhoni’s Dashers do it again. Poker has become the new favourite game here at If a team loses the match due to losing the toss, can you use the phrase … Continue reading

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I finished reading S.L.Bhyrappa’s AvaraNA yesterday. This is my first Kannada Novel. Yeah, despite being in Karnataka for almost a quarter century now,  I didn’t bother to check out the literature apart from whatever was being taught in the school. … Continue reading

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An Argument Vs A Fight

Quick Takes. Cricket: India Whopped England’s ass in the first ODI. Way to go boys! Had Potluck lunch at office today. The theme was Ethnic wear. I wore a Mundu! Last time when I had gone home, I had a … Continue reading

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A week living out of my suitcase

I have been living out of my suitcase for the last one week. First I travelled to NMAM Institute of Technology, Nitte to deliver a talk on Virtualization at the 22nd Computer Society of India (CSI) Karnataka Convention. Then to … Continue reading

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