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Auto tagging your old blog posts

Published on Jan 7, 2008 in Analytics, blogging, hacks, ideas, technology

As you all may know I have recently moved my blog from blogger to wordpress. Since I have started blogging way back in 2004 most of my posts were untagged. I have used blogger labels ever since they were introduced, still almost 400 of my posts were untagged. I had two options, Manually edit posts […]

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Looking for a house in Chennai…

Published on Apr 28, 2007 in chennai, personal

We are looking for a house in Chennai for rental, the areas of interest are velachery, adyar, nandanam. It should be a 2bhk, we dont mind some furniture insider though. If you know anyone who is ready to let their property to us drop a line in comments and I shall follow up with you. […]

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Birds of different feather flock together

Published on Dec 31, 2006 in personal

Hello everyone, I am getting married to my engineering classmate, my colleague, the love of my life, Jyosthna on Sunday, January 21 @ Vizag. Do come if you are around at that time. Drop me a mail or ping me on mobile if you are planning to come. I shall guide you on how to […]

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Dongdaemun

Published on Dec 10, 2006 in Seoul

In a hurry to make most of the weekend, 4 of us rushed to the Chungmuro metro station, bought tickets for Yongsan[view Yongsan photos] and rushed to line number 4. The train came in a moment and we boarded it immediately. After a couple of stations Rhushi shouted, “Abe, we took the wrong direction. We […]

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Supply Creates Demand

Published on Nov 23, 2006 in Random

The things I love about Chennai are many, filter coffee, trees, relaxed pace of life, amazing food, culture to name a few. But one of the important reasons is Landmark Bookstores. During my second week in Chennai, Ashwin, one of my b-school classmates introduced me to Landmark. We went to the store located in the […]

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How too many dishes spoiled the cook…

Published on Aug 18, 2006 in Random

Or, How Chandoo got hungry, cooked dishes and had a huge meal Well, that was a poor attempt at copying an already copied book title 😉 nevertheless, the news in the town is that “Chandoo is cooking” or wait a second there; I think it should be “it has rained for a week in Chennai”. […]

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A bachelors guide to renting a house in Chennai

Published on Jul 27, 2006 in Random

All you hopeless and wifeless bachelors, get up and start looking. With PHD releasing “the unofficial bachelors guide to renting a house in Chennai” today, you will never again get a “no, we dont rent to criminals, politicians, drummers, dogs, carpenters and bachelors” reply from your prospective landlords. Where to look: Never call a housing […]

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Trip to North East India – frist cut

Published on Mar 28, 2006 in Random

A small foto preview to the trip. We covered,– Kolktata, Kaziranga, Tezpur, Bomdila, Sela Pass, Tawaga, PTSO, Shillong and Guwahati– snow, heat, forests, wildlife, monks, army and many more Gopalpur Beach in Orissa, Near Sudhir’s house View from Victoria Memorial, Kolkata Kaziranga National Park A Lake on the way to Kaziranga, Assam Tea Garden venky, […]

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Misguided Enthusiasm?

Published on Jan 31, 2006 in Random

Yesterday I went to see the “Rang De Basanti” in Velocity. Everytime I go there I end up thinking about the youth in Indore. So, there I was watching the acclaimed performance by Aamir & co. There is quite a bit of appreciation of the movie from the audience with vigils and claps every now […]

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Leh Trip – Part 2

Published on Aug 19, 2005 in pics, travels

A rattle of cha/coffee pulled me out of dreamland. The train is moving fast towards Jammu Tawi station. By that time others are awake. The scenery outside looked really beautiful with lots of greenery and plains. Every now and then we see a huge army camp. Outside Jammu Tawi Rly. Station At about 7 AM […]

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Why is selling soaps over-hyped?

Published on Jul 6, 2005 in Random

Its a common trend in almost all b-schools in the country during the second year. People talk about this more than anything including marriage, junior babes and CPs. Suddenly we can see a change in the orientation of us. Its placements. Well, even I have a story to tell. For the last God-only-know-how-many-times I was […]

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Know your internship insideout

Published on Jun 21, 2005 in Random

Note: This post has a face value of ZERO. Come April and 99.999% of India’s total population’s sole concern is the summer heat. The rest 0.001% is profoundly worried about a strange exercise called summer internship. Once upon a time some body will say, “it is the minority which define the majority”. So lets talk […]

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Nagpur dossiers

Published on May 11, 2005 in Random

Except for the brief stopovers and platform adventures, never did i come to this city, nor do i know someone from this small and tidy place. So, when I peeked out of that volvo window when the bus is at the city outskirts, i felt like a little kid opening his new toy. Well, after […]

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travailogue

Published on May 3, 2005 in Random

, and that was not a spelling mistake. Lets get to the story without introductions. 😀 For the first time in ages I woke up at 5am yesterday. By 6:30, i am lugging 2 bags and a cover out of the hostel towards the grant road station. Thankfully I found an empty local to borivali […]

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Leader or Manager? What is my calling?

Published on Mar 8, 2005 in Random

Today we had a session on “Leaders and Managers” in OA. We had 4 wonderful Readings on leadership and management. (read some of them: Narcissistic Leaders, Managers and Leaders – Are they Different?). The readings are thought provoking. After living 24 years and going through so many textbooks and people I still cant define what […]

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