Monthly Archives: February 2010

Semi-Fiction

Prologue – Me, a frustrated employee of an IT company, who believes work sucks, drinks alternate weekends, curses every minute and is not happy with anything in life.20000 employees in the campus where I work, out of which around 35% … Continue reading

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MiSF!T – Level 1

Everything has a purpose. Every decision you take has a reason. What was my reason for joining MiSF!T? ‘Why do you want to join Level1?’ This was the obvious question that I was asked during my interview. I had two … Continue reading

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An unplanned trip..

With my Theater classes shifted to Sundays, my weekends are comparatively more organized now. Sunday, full day devoted to Theater. Which leaves me the complete Saturday for other things, of course if I don’t get panic calls from my office. … Continue reading

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A passing thought..

A passing thought when you are not very passionate about the work you do.. I used to love coding. You could see a smile on my face when my code worked. Visually reflected on JSPs. Did I have the same … Continue reading

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Music

A couple of days ago, I had come across an article on the importance of music in our lives:‘ Music is a very colorful thread woven into the entire fabric of our lives. Soon after birth we hear our first … Continue reading

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A Series Of Phone Calls

‘This is a work of observation. All characters and events are the product of the author’s real life observations. Any resemblance to real persons, living, not dead, is entirely intentional.’First let me give you a brief introduction to the main … Continue reading

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Skandagiri – The night trek

The 5th Of September, 2008 will be forever etched in my memory. And it has nothing to do with Teachers. This was the day when a gang of 19 youngsters decided for a night-trek to scale Skandagiri. But little had … Continue reading

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