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Extrapolation and interpolation

These words appear to be too mathematical but almost all of us use these in our day to day activities. Some do it with an expertise and some without even knowing that they do! At first it may appear fallacious but it is up to you to decide whether I am true or not.

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death of life

the humans are striving to live their life

the negative forces are too strong to desist

staying alive is the most difficult exercise

probability of tomorrow is ceasing to exist

we succumb to temptation, we succumb to fear

we succumb to worries, we succumb to despair

we keep falling for prey of others opinions of us

survival of fittest became survival of the wicked

though we feel alive and awake holding our breath

but the fact is that life is dying it own natural death

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my digital wish

she is so far yet appears so near with her sheen

her words emerge from nowhere on my screen

and I feel the togetherness so close and profound

as if she is talking to me somewhere around

my words are readily converted to digital form

but will they be able to convert the feelings

O the great researchers of digital technology!

I desire to propose my need with a prior apology

please device a way to convert me into data packets

so I get transmitted in electronic form over gadgets

and I immediately reach to the tower near her

and then to the special modem for transfer

which would convert the data packets into real

and present me right in front of her to feel

this all will start with the fundamental essence

let her heartily accept the request for my presence

there will be no visa, no passport, no regulations

no railway tracks, no motorways, no tube stations

no traffic snarls, no burning of fuel, no tension

just enjoying fruits of this beautiful invention

everything will just change with this extra mile

we all will enjoy universe most healthy lifestyle

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Continuing technological excellence

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When it comes to the criticism of indigenous projects, we are very proactive, confident and repetitive. One can find enormous amount of literature criticising the projects undertaken by Indian PSUs or DRDO or other government agencies. Some comment on the delays, some voice their expert views on the quality of the product, while some others may cry about the amount of money spent. It is surprising that even though most of these projects neither directly nor indirectly affect our daily life, we find it relevant to criticise but if a road is being dug up for months, footpath made unusable for weeks, flyover being under construction for years, railway line or metro on the verge of commissioning for decades, no one creates that big scene even though these things affect our day to day life! Continue reading