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Friday, August 23, 2002
 
Sigh! End of hectic 2 days at work.

Was up until 11.00PM Thursday night to cooking some Indian style chickpeas and woke up at around 6.00AM to make some fried rice. All these for my colleagues at work and stuff needed to be ‘not-so-spicy’. Well all the effort did pay off, lots of folks here ‘tasted’ the lunch and almost all appreciated it.

As I stated a few weeks back, that I would shortly get an article comparing my favorite sport, Cricket and its American cousin, Baseball. Well did do some research and here is a fair comparison of these two sports, aptly titled How Baseball developed from Cricket in America

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Sigh! End of hectic 2 days at work.

Was up until 11.00PM Thursday night to cooking some Indian style chickpeas and woke up at around 6.00AM to make some fried rice. All these for my colleagues at work and stuff needed to be ‘not-so-spicy’. Well all the effort did pay off, lots of folks here ‘tasted’ the lunch and almost all appreciated it.

As I stated a few weeks back, that I would shortly get an article comparing my favorite sport, Cricket and its American cousin, Baseball. Well did do some research and here is a fair comparison of these two sports, aptly titled
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Tuesday, August 20, 2002
 
Having grown up in a Kannada speaking environment in Bangalore, Karnataka though being a Telugu by birth (yeah yeah am a ‘Gulti’ by birth), I have always had an inclination towards Kannada (but for the Kannada movies). Quite a number of times have been confused with the usage of similar sounding words in different contexts. During lunch hour today did some research on these languages and found this interesting article, Indus Script and Telugu, which vaguely shows Kannada being an older language than Telugu. My roomies, gultis to the core, for sure would debate (well even might fight out) this theory.

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Monday, August 19, 2002
 
Sometime back while reading articles during the 55th year of Indian independence, found this touching website about a young Captain in the Indian Army, Late Captain Vijyant Thapar. Anyone caring do browse this website.



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