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Suresh Rao

Mellowed out and enlightened septuagenarian. Tech savvy. Social writing is just a pastime to kill time. I keep contributing to several developmental projects in the area of engineering education, IT and Healthcare projects launched by my kith and kin. I am too lazy to write a book, 'cause I think my life itself is a book! I am also at www.facebook.com/sureshnrao

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By Navneet Bakshi | May 16, 2020

I have lived a great part of my life away from home. But that is not unusual. So many  people are doing the jobs where their call of duty demands them to be away from home occasionally for short or long periods. Defense personnel in particular spend a lot of time away from their families,…

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“Chhori aur chhora medal laave”

By Prasad Ganti | August 12, 2021

Tokyo Olympics 2020 just concluded. Delayed by a year from 2020 to 2021 due to the pandemic, stymied by the constraint of not having any audiences, the games went very well. Overall, US won the highest number of medals, followed by China. India had the best Olympic performance by winning seven medals including one gold.…

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How are President and Vice President picked in India?

By Suresh Rao | May 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

Excerpts from the writings of Swati Mathur at Times of India website… (pic) Copyright provided by the Times of India NEW DELHI: Months before elections for the President and Vice President, murmurs within the opposition camp suggest that a contest is certain, unless the ruling NDA comes up with a surprise candidature that puts the opposition…

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सिर्योझा – 13

By Charumati Ramdas | February 23, 2021

लेखिका: वेरा पनोवा अनुवाद: आ. चारुमति रामदास अध्याय 13   समझ से परे   आख़िर सिर्योझा को बिस्तर से उठने की इजाज़त मिल गई, और फिर घूमने फिरने की भी. मगर घर से दूर जाने की और पड़ोसियों के घर जाने की इजाज़त नहीं थी : डरते हैं कि कहीं फिर उसके साथ कुछ और…

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About Kainths And Kheeras

By Navneet Bakshi | July 18, 2021

…..this post is in continuation of the post titles “Walking To The School” Nettles- Stinging Plant I remember one tree on this path somewhere further up from the point where the stairs leading to the police lines joined it. It was a Kainth tree. I am sure, even today the advanced Google search engines can’t…

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Bravo India… for first ever sale of Brahmos missiles made in India… to Philippines

By Suresh Rao | January 28, 2022

India closes deal worth 374 million USD worth for indigenous Brahmos missiles. Bravo India! Philippines Navy has signed and sealed this giant defense deal to purchase from India, sophisticated Brahmos missiles (made in India under India-Russia joint venture.) This is a feather in the cap for India for its first “made in India” missile sale…

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I was schooled under the mullberry tree!

By Suresh Rao | September 11, 2020

(pic-1) A down load from net… this image of a school from semi-urban India brought memories from the first school I attended in 1947.) My class room could boast of four brick walls around but no roof; me and fellow classmates sat on wooden boards with black slates on our laps. Writing chalk was supplied…

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A Woodcutter

By Navneet Bakshi | August 15, 2021

A Woodcutter I think I started writing the story about him many times but I can’t find anything in the old files. But it is filed there in my mind with indelible ink. It won’t go unless I lose my mind to Alzheimer’s. Dementia is setting in in my old brain. I forget things or…

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2020 in review

By Prasad Ganti | January 2, 2021

Wish you all a happy and a prosperous new year 2021. I want to review the events of the past year 2020. I jot the events down as the year is progressing. I might have missed some events and consider some events more important than others. Most would say that 2020 was the most forgettable…

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Marie Curie … Major Contributions

By Suresh Rao | May 15, 2022 | 0 Comments

Marie Sklodowska Curie (1867 – 1934) was a Polish-born French scientist, who is one of the most famous women in the field of science. Her work on radioactivity paved the way for future scientific as well as medicinal advancements. Coming from a family of teachers, Marie deeply believed in the importance of a good education. She studied Physics and Mathematics at the Sorbonne University in Paris. Marie Curie is most…

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