Monthly Archives: April 2011

Deaths due to terrorism

‘Terror kills, but panic later not proportional to actual danger’ read the headline of an article in the Times of India after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. The statistics displayed at the bottom of the article sparked a conversation amongst my friends … Continue reading

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The missing red line

I chose to do a PhD because I had a dream. A dream that probably every PhD student has when they start – to change the world by doing great science. And for a while I truly believed that I … Continue reading

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From a proud brother by Anonymous

I see a shining new star and I am amazed at this pure bright light. Although I am too far I can feel everything is falling right. I had felt the same two decades back when an angel had arrived. … Continue reading

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