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Riyaz Ahmed Saboor
Works at Cognizant Technology Solutions India Pvt. Ltd
Attended Osmania Medical College, Hyderabad
Lives in Mumbai
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Cyclists reunion ride of 2015, Mumbai

Changing the face of the new Indian urban commute when hundreds cycled to Nariman Point in tandem.
For health, environment and the future.
Great experience.
With +Saadiya Riyaz

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nice Riyaz bhai
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My latest arrival from Amazon.

Great move by Amazon India to start store pick up from neighborhood stores to make it easy for us not to miss parcels. +Amazon India 
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A must listen coming right from inside the Muslim world.
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What's better than a fact?
What's better than a fact? A fact disproving common but inaccurate "knowledge". You might need to enlarge that image to benefit from it.  One of my favorite: Vikings' didn't wear horned helms...they were created in the 19th century by a costume designer for a Wagner opera.

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This just blew me of!
How to build a friendly AI
We haven't seen much of Boston Dynamic's four-legged self-balancing Big Dog robot since it was last spotted hurling cinder blocks in a lab. And that's maybe because the company's robotic geniuses have been hard at work building a smaller more agile version called Spot that weighs just 160 pounds so it can safely operate both indoors and out.
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Blew me too.
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Thanks a lot #Mumbai for rejecting an apartment to my dear friend, not because he sounded, looked or behaved like a Muslim but because his name was Muslim.

Disgusted to the core.


No! Not in a secular democracy please.
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Ha ha +Numair Aidroos 
Do I know you?
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Why the world is flat?

Look at how the internet, social media and a little technology can change the life of a little known dance enthusiast.

An old lady gives a soulful performance on a catchy dance number which is caught by some one on their mobile phone and shared on +YouTube . The fame brought to the lady by this little low resolution video helps her bag a place in a Tide commercial in 2011 (watch here-

Pretty neat I would say.

#technology   #SocialMedia  
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Check out this video on YouTube: Documentary - life of Mark Zuckerberg.

As visionary as Steve jobs and as influential as Bill Gates!
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An obituary any one can be proud of. A life well lived. In fact a life lived to the fullest.

Read about Anthony Clifford Allison, the scientist who eventually helped discover and market mycophenolate mofetil, the wonder immunosuppressant drug.

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Creative excellence in the middle of a desert of nothingness

I think I need to know more details about this event. It just looks awesome.
After the playa, the deluge of pictures. While Burning Man is over for another year, the denizens of Black Rock City have only just got done uploading their favorite snaps to In...
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The world's best cities for young people

This is a list curated not just on the basis of educational and employment opportunities, but takes a fully rounded look to determine which cities youngsters should want to live. The other significant parameters taken into account are cultural and artistic heritage, innovation and business opportunities, environmental friendliness and technological smartness.
With over half the world's population now aged under 30, some cities are better than others at catering for young people. Where would you live?
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Hyderabad - Chicago - Riyadh - Houston - Warangal
Rationalist, believer, doctor and critic.
The following are the things which I believe or rather predict can be made possible through social internet.

Free, universal, technology driven, non partisan, scientific, internet enabled education for every child in the world irrespective of region, race, ethnicity or socio-economic status. 
Internet enabled democratic global governance. \
War free world. 

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I expect to meet and learn from individuals who would otherwise not be easily available to correspond with in real life. I staunchly believe in the power of the Internet to bring positive change.
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  • St. Paul's High School, Hyderabad
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Idea of the Week: Income Inequality along New York's Subway

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What Happens When You Deactivate Your Facebook Account

I think you accidentally confirmed your selection to deactivate your account again. Why don’t we go back a page and forget this ever happene

Castle on the clouds

Life is better when you are laughing!

Its about blue!

A little girl in the mumbai local selling earrings asked me my water bottle color. I replied. "blue color hai sweety" she said " mera favori

Castle on the clouds

Touched around 50 plants in search of Mimosa pudica..........a little rain drop gives leaf a different type of beauty :D

Dreamy dream!

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It's sad that this place is now closed. It was exactly my kind of place and I had decided after my first visit that this was where I would be spending a lot of my time.
Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Very expensive for what they served. They should know what they want to give when something is ordered. No value, no great experience and completely messed up idea. Half the food on their menu is not even there. And if just two tables out of about a twenty are occupied at lunch time on a Saturday, you know you are in the wrong place.
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Great food, perfect ambience. Must go back place.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
4 reviews
I entered the place to try out the buffet, which I was apprehensive was not available during dinner time. It surprisingly was, which meant the place was not able to pull enough crowds for à la carte even during the evening. I wanted to stroll through to see what was available for the buffet, but was extremely disappointed to see that half the menu was not even Italian! Whatever was desi food doing there? We opted to be served. I didn't like the hostess telling me what were my eating options if I did so. Any ways. The best part started once we were led to the table. The choice of food on the menu was excellent, and when the food did arrive eventually, we were well pleased. I should say the food was great. It's a worthy place to return to if you really want good Italian food in the city. A must in fact. The ambience was up to the mark. Not much there. Can't call it fine dining. Was more towards a loud cafe like experience. The surprise lies in the billing. Be prepared for a check which literally adds up to 25% on your menu price by way of taxes! My rating 7/10 Category: Italian/ continental restaurant
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago