Avinash Subramaniam

Census of India

The current census is expected to cost the Government Rs 2,009 crore.

07 April 2010
Nalini Murugan

Nalini even shopped for the clothes Rajiv Gandhi’s assassin ‘Dhanu’ wore on the day he was killed.

31 March 2010
Addicted to the Net?

If you are wasting time on ‘interesting’ sites, let this browser manage your time.

30 March 2010
BrahMos Missile

The BrahMos missile can travel at two-and-a-half to three times the speed of sound.

25 March 2010
25 Wayward Years

The net has really grown since its conception, but we still don’t know what it’ll grow to be.

24 March 2010
Sex Is Uncool

Forbidden stuff may be why many visit the net, but ‘cool’ netizens associate only with the legit.

17 March 2010
Swami ‘Paramahamsa’ Nityananda

The swami’s Life Bliss Foundation, set up in 2003, has more than 1,000 centres across 33 countries.

10 March 2010
Neither a Jungle nor a Web

The net is a two way street now. Say nice things about others and they’ll reciprocate.

10 March 2010

An estimated 10 million 3G-enabled handheld devices in India are waiting breathlessly for the service.

04 March 2010
An Award for Tweeting

Called the Shorty Awards, it celebrates those who can say more with less words.

03 March 2010


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