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Some Talks

Tired of writing the type of pieces that I have written so far, I am planning for a serious change. I have thought of writing a Science Blog, where the term Science will be used in a generic sense. This means, different areas of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry and Life Sciences will be addressed. Further, areas like Computer Science and Communication will be dealt as a part of Mathematics, while areas like Biochemistry will be delat as a part of Life Sciences. Ofcourse there will be a certain degree of overlap, but then Nature does not know these subject matters. I have a certain feeling that every problem should have an algorithmic facet. Algorithms are most logical way to present a problem statment and corresponding solution. However, sometimes keeping balance with simplicity(which is original to the problem statement) is also necessary. I will try to keep the balance among the variables of the system. The tragedy with Physics and Mathematics is that most of the times people give res…

Hosur--Bangalore Express

Life is not a composition of big, quotable events, rather it comprises of small, gentle events that gives some shape to it. My friend Ratan, years back, advised me to hear Ghazals by Abida Parveen. These all Ghazals have Sufi touch, words are nicely chosen and ofcourse you need to be patient and calm enough to go through them. Unluckingly, FM channels, rarely braodcast Ghazals, they basically concentrate on film songs. Floodded with all sort of cacophony, some times we get pleasure of hearing some pieces by Lata, Mukesh or Rafi. It will take a level maturity when they will broadcast these words ... Gustak Annkhiya, Kithe Jaa Laddiya... A good part of my time, I spend now days travelling through buses running on the road linking Housr to Bangalore. The rush, the crowd is simply gigantic, and if you want to learn patience, you can have a chance if you are travelling by 8A.M. or 6P.M. But truly speaking, this rush, this wait time, has never been killinng to me, and I almost enjoyed every …

IT, Employment and Socialism

Information Technology has been a boom in India. You can think of it as a sudden gift from God, which saved life of millions of Youth of India, who otherwise would have struggled hard for their survival. The period of 90’s changed economic scenario of India to a greater extent. Globalizations, new Investment policies, gradual end of license Raj, promotion of small industries were the key points. In the same period, cost of goods increased (almost two-three folds), average payment increased, the devaluation of rupee against dollar increased, social changes and ad world got sudden importance and while the decade ended a common conception of development (alias “India Shining”) came in picture. This all caused reformation of Indian Industries. 90s propelled the idea that most of Indian Public Sector Units are non-performing (it is a hard truth that they were among top of the world till 80s and they were called “temples of modern India”) and amid the situation that they are threat to devel…
My Sister Nandita Saha, wrote a poem when she was in her 10-11th standards. An intelligent student, she always wants to major in Physics area. Hope god helps her.

IF ONEDAY………..If one day u feel like crying…. call me.I don’t promise that I will make u laugh….But I can cry with u.If one day u want to run away…Don’t be afraid to call meI don’t promise u to ask u to stopBut I can run with u.If one day u don’t want to listen to any one… call me.I promise to be there for u.I promise to be very quiet.If one day u want to be alone, just remind me.I promise I shall not disturb uBut I promise to bring more calm for u.If one day u feel like crazy…Give a knock to me.I don’t promise to make u normalBut I can listen to ur heart………If one day u feel not very specialJust look at me, I don’t promise that I will make u specialBut shall cross the ‘’not’’.If one day u feel very sadClick to me. I don’t promise to make u happyBut I promise to save the reason.If one day u feel cold,…