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Sunil Gavaskar was the epitome of technical perfection. He had phenomenal powers of concentration and would go by the book — playing the ball along the ground. He was a classicist in every sense of the word.
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मनमत वर्ष नामक नए साल की शुभ कामनायें

மன்மத வருஷ புத்தாண்டு நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள்

Wish you all a Happy and Propserous Manmatha Varusham
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Thanks a lot. Wish all our family members a happy Tamil new year.
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A few years back I wrote an essay as a part of classroom exercise to evaluate the EC’s (European commission) decision to ban genetically modified foods, aka GMOs, as we all have come to know and accept. My friends were curious about the stance I would take; since one hand it meant if I liked the science of better crops production then I am OK with GMOs (which was a big thing, for whatever reason). On the other hand, if I was OK with it, then how ...
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Glad that such services by India is getting noticed around the world.
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Breaking is too elaborate. There are easier ways. However the scrapper idea is good. Just shorten the scrapper. Will be useful for finer grating
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Dr. Natarajan Ganesan is a research scientist and an expert consultant providing expertise in Biotech, Bioinformatics and Life Science research. He has led teams that developed and implemented some critically acclaimed web based research interfaces for researchers, and has a patent pending on one these concepts. Dr. Natarajan has worked with scientists and investigators across Academia, Pharma and Biotech. As a scientist, he has more than 18 years of experience in life science research and is well published.

His earlier work revolved around cancer research, therapeutics, and is currently specializing in bioinformatics, genomics and personalized medicine. Besides his expertise in life sciences, Dr. Natarajan has also worked on diverse projects including wireless biosensors, linguistic fingerprinting of peptide sequences.

He has also co-authored award-winning business strategies and provided market analysis reports for Govt healthcare (NIH) and companies as far away as Diebold (China) and Acibadem (Turkey). He has been an invited reviewer for DoD grant panels, Fulbright selection committee and currently serves as a peer-reviewer to many established journals.

Dr. Natarajan is currently advising and evaluating start-ups, strategizing their social media outreach besides continuing to be involved in genomics. He is currently based in Arlington, VA; holds a doctorate in Biochemistry-Genetics from the University of Madras and an MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. He enjoys music theory and current affairs.

Specialties: Bioinformatics, Systems Biology, Molecular biophysics and Biochemistry; Web development and Custom Search applications for life science research; Competitive analysis, SWOT analysis and reporting, Consulting and Expert peer-reviewing.
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Recently Prof. Michael Eisen, the founder of PLOS One and an open-access science-publishing evangelist, made a rather startling post in his

Disappointment from the last two visits spread months apart. Last one was baad. Kept waiting unduly on the order of dosas (on dosa buffet), place was unclean and bowls were unwashed, food items were not being replaced. Not sure what is happening. The place was good.
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reviewed in the last week
Have been going there a few times of late. Very good food and personal service from the people. They nail the vadas and dosas well (and sambars and rasams too). Very professional and courteous.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
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Known for its famed 'Uriyadi' festival, crowds descend here on occasion of Gokulashtami. This is the deity based on whom Narayana Theertha Swamigal composed the famous Krishna Leela Tharangini (South India's equivalent of Jayadeva's Ashtapathi)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great environment, very friendly and genial staff, priced well. My two personal training sessions were very helpful. From fitness gurus to slops (like me), there are people of all ages and types. So you never feel out of the group at all.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Really liked it. Went on a busy evening. Most of the South Indian dishes were not there (Dakshin huh!) due to a party next door. Was having a bad headache. Despite all this the people went out of their way to make it a pleasant experience. Food was excellent from the choices given - try their Chettinaad (I had vegetarian mild). One of them fixed a custom made Dahi baath for me and headache was poof! Bit pricey maybe but had a very nice experience.
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago