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Flipkart’s shady business practices.

20. June 2012

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Disclaimer: Yeah yeah, we all love Flipkart. I do to (seriously) We love how it has changed the Indian eCommerce scene. I am not a Flipkart hater, infact I (used to?) love them. Have bought variety of products from them in the past, and may hopefully continue to do so in the future, provided I […]

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Terror strikes in Pune

13. February 2010

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A bomb blast has once again shocked India, this time in Pune. About 8 people have been killed and over 30 injured (including foreigners). The blast happened at around 7pm in a popular bakery in Koregaon Park. The place is generally crowded as there is a Osho ashram nearby. This is the first major terror […]

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ISRO loses contact with Chandrayaan-I

30. August 2009

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ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) has lost contact with India’s first moon mission, the Chandrayaan-I. With that India’s first moon mission has come to a premature end. Chandrayaan was launched on 22 October 2008 using a PSLV. Chandrayaan-I was carrying 11 scientific instruments on board, among which, 6 were foreign. It was expected to send […]

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India gives clear mandate to UPA, Manmohan Singh to be the PM

17. May 2009

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Defying all expectations and poll predictions, Congress and its allies performed much better than expectations getting a thumping mandate for the next five years, from nearly 57% [wiki] of electorates who voted. Manmohan Singh will be the next prime minister of the country in the 15th Lok Sabha. He is only the second PM after […]

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Vote vote and vote, its your country

28. April 2009

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[poll id="14"] I feel like killing myself for not writing this piece before 16 April (i.e. before the day elections started). I remember that I decided that I would run a campaign of sorts on all my blogs so as to create whatever awareness I could at my small level and encourage my fellow citizens […]

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