November 24th, 2011

An onion plant and lots of green matar plants. First ones to sprout in my kitchen garden. I feel so happy.

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November 18th, 2011

Time stood still there for a moment.

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November 10th, 2011

Another failed attempt at creating a fence for my kitchen garden. All that fancy idea with wow factor goes fissss when I try to implement it. Gotta find a way soon, very soon.

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November 10th, 2011

He slept after a lot of yoodling. I didn’t want to wake him up. I held that position I am sitting in for around 3 hours. I ended up with a cramp. But was happy he had a nice sleep. I just love it when he sleeps like that holding me tight. I feel like a dad.

 

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November 10th, 2011

It was a weekend afternoon, and it was raining every now and then. This was for a brief moment when the rains had stopped. We both sat down on the bay window ground floor. We talked a lot, about a lot of things. And he in his cute little googles and koos and kaas and aaas, explained to me how to hold time still, even if just a few hours. Well I call this our first father and son quality time.

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November 4th, 2011

He sleeps like an angel when I am holding him tight in my arms. Sleep him down and you will have a crying complaining little devil.

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June 6th, 2011

Dad, Mom, I am sorry. I now understand.

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June 5th, 2011

And, yesterday, a fine sunny Saturday Afternoon, just after a freshening bangaloean downpour, that left with a beautiful rainbow.

He arrived. And my whole world stopped spinning for a moment, and then it started spinning in a whole new way that was unknown to me. He changed my life. I finally realized my destination has arrived. Friends who know the nomadic me, I am settled down now.

I give you the future lion king.

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May 15th, 2011

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Finally got myself a new phone. It’s a HTC incredible s. For those who knew my old phone and so lovingly called it “the brick”, its still alive and kicking a***z. It was an at&t HTC 8525 with an extended 3000 mah battery. Bought 4 years ago. But it has become too cumbersome to carry as per the modern world definition of sleek and needy. Sad but true. For 4 long years it has been a trusty and hardy companion. We have been through lot together. It has survived being dropped from 3rd.floor, dropped into a bucket of water and many such unfortunate incidents. But it never gave up on me. Ever. It was, is and always will be my first pda. It has helped me organise my life for so long, not to mention our secret adventures in the hacking world. Currently my old friend is being promoted to serve as communication center for my home automation system. For all calls and messaging services. I couldn’t have found a more reliable person for the job.

I will post more about my adventures with my new incredible and my first experience with android in future posts.

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February 3rd, 2011

Now this is what I call citizen power? Can this system be replicated? Can we really get rid of our “corrupted to the core” BBMP?

Bangalore Mirror – Bangalore Mirror

Yelahanka aims to do away with BBMP

Residents take help from IISc experts to become self-reliant in segregation and disposal of solid waste; also sort out water, power supply issues

–Niranjan.Kaggere

Posted On Thursday, February 03, 2011 at 07:37:55 AM

The residents of Yelahanka New Town have a new resolution they want to do away with the Bruhat Bangalore Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) by 2015.

Guided by scientists and experts from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), the residents are learning to be self-reliant in the segregation and disposal of solid waste. Children are touring the area with GPS instruments to map the area and mark the garbage dumping sites. This will put an end to the emergence of illegal dump yards. As of now, Yelahanka New Town has several vacant sites where unscrupulous people could dump garbage and turn them into breeding grounds for mosquitoes.

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