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A 10pm curfew was imposed in Belfast Everybody had to be off the streets or risk being shot. However one citizen was shot at 9.45pm. “Why did you do that? ” the soldier was asked by his superior officer. “I know where he lives,” he replied, “and he wouldn’t have made it. ”


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Job Opening In My Company

We have couple of job opening for software developers in our office. Our office is located in Sector 65, Noida.

This is complete coding profile. Basically we are looking for developer who have experience in creating market level products. We want someone who is passionate about technology and learning new stuffs. Like most of the start-ups we do lot of prototyping. We have some established product which are appreciated and market. We are developing some other cool products which are about to launch. Furthermore we have many ideas which need to be tested and if possible shape it into a product. We want to increase our team size so that all this process can be made faster.

You will enjoy start-up level enthusiasm in team. There will be lot to learn. You will enjoy full autonomy.

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Gangs of Wassyepur

Anurag Kashyap + Manoj Bajpai + Piyush Mishra …
If it is not for few real actors and directors I would have stopped hoping for Hindi cinema.
There are so many things I loved about the movie so, let me first state what I didn’t like,… what I didn’t admire is correct restatement.
Beginning of the second half seemed a bit slow as it become too much centered on family matter, women and third generation..that’s all..just small part.

The opening scene itself is a masterpiece, way to show real shoot-out. The style in which movie is scripted and executed is just mind-blowing.
Sweet folk music. And what to say of narration/dialogues when Piyush Mishra is narrating it.. that simply can’t be better.. thinking about remembering the script.
Manoj Bajpaye is awesome. Najma awesome.. overall perfect casting ..
The ambiance, the feel, the cinematography all points to the real Wassyepur.

Time flies away and seems like even to be continued.. continues I would not have noticed it ..Not one scene is out-of-order..
Manoj Bajpai.. what can I say about him, astounding performance his wilderness, his feelings, and his lust. It’s like you are in Waasyepur with Sardar Khan all the time.
It’s one of those movies that will always be mentioned in its genre..

Review: English, August: An Indian Story

English, August: An Indian Story
English, August: An Indian Story by Upamanyu Chatterjee
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I liked the way he wrote the book. Writing random thoughts in presentable way is much more difficult than writing a story. The book is just like flowing thoughts. Can’t compare it with “Catcher in the Rye” but it is on the same path. Beautiful picturization of India accommodating western civilization.
The background of the book seems old and slightly unfamiliar to me, but It is mainly because I didn’t have read more about India just after Independence and it’s also missing from our social science course books. All my history books end at 1950 :). My Hindi course book ends at pragativaad i.e. around 1920. Which drives me to read only post-Independence authors + those who continued after independence.
Either I missed the dramatic transition of upper class people or it may be lots of make up from author side. Although I can . ., think I can imagine communities as described in the book, Flashy and made up.
Anyway It’s witty and enjoyable.

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Review: The Richest Man in Babylon

The Richest Man in Babylon
The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Don’t just save it invest it intelligently.
It is good read although stories seems like lot of made ups but it really teaches important lesson, redundant lessons which we all know but don’t care. It changes the way you think about your money. Just 10% isn’t that too less to be the richest man but it seems no you can be far better by just that much. Just remember to make more out of it and then again invest all that to make even better.

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