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Shrijit Nair
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It's obviously more sarcastic than humorous intended.


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3rd player in 11 years to beat Rafa Nadal in Monte Carlo ! Well deserved David Ferrer.
 
#Ferrer stuns #Nadal in Monte-Carlo

Read Report: http://bit.ly/1qTVAag

Did you see that coming?

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The #bloodmoon today... Testing my old Nikon Coolpix P500.
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I would give it a try, but I hope they really don't go so much into the iOS interface.
 
Firefox OS is getting a fresh look and new features with the upcoming version 2.0. Mozilla hopes it will loosen the grasp Google and Apple hold over the mobile market: http://cnet.co/1qAxNdx
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Watch NASA astronauts doing a spacewalk Live ! NASA astronauts Steve Swanson and Rick Mastracchio have started a 2.5-hour spacewalk to install a spare backup computer aboard the International Space Station.
http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/ustream.html
NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the This Week @NASA report.
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Gavi Forest, Thekkady, Kerala, India
#mybeautifulearth  
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Would you buy an Open-source smartphone with pluggable Hardware platform ? Users would start with a piece of base hardware. Features would be added to the base hardware as plug-and-play modules, like camera, battery, wireless radios, RAM, etc. The hot-swappable modules give users the power to create a phone that works exactly how they want.
Project Ara is part of the Advanced Technology and Projects group. The group is what Google retained in its sale of Motorola Mobility to Lenovo.
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The 8 "consecutive" Monte Carlo Titles could be a record for ever !!! The KIng of Clay - Rafael Nadal
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Yes it's truly unbelievable to be able to win a tournament 8 years in a row.  And even to win a tournament 8 years, consecutively or not, no one has eer done that in the history of tennis, and Rafa is gone to increase this record in 3 tournaments :
- Roland Garros
- Monte-Carlo
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Need to start searching a job in France
Employers are now not allowed to contact staff during the 133 hours of the week. The new laws help argument that France is laziest European country.
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Networking, TCL, Unix, Ubuntu, CSS
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  • Cisco Systems, Inc.
    Software Engineer, 2008 - present
  • Infosys
    Software Engineer, 2005 - 2008
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A Linux afficionado and a musical human being trying every bit to promote Open source, FOSS
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A Federised, Linuxified and Carnatically inclined human-being! A highly productive procrastinator :) Music, Food, Gadget and Internet fanatic. Photography and cooking are other passions. A foodie who loves to do culinary experiments. Can live without oxygen, air and water for sometime, but can't live without Music, Internet and Linux for a second :) A devotee of Lord Roger Federer and a Linux afficionado trying every bit to promote Linux. Have been using Ubuntu/Mint for the past 6 years and Maemo on my Nokia N900 for the past 2 years.
I would fit into your Linux, Android, Open Source, FOSS, Technology, Geek, Carnatic Music, Photography, Indian Classical Music circle.
Edit - Switched to Android (Nexus and Transformer device)
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Using Linux for the past 6 years on Laptop and Phone without touching M$
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Hudson, Massachusetts - Chennai - Palakkad - Indore - Khor, Madhya Pradesh - Mysore
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I went today and looks like I expected more because of Rocky's endorsement on HOMP. The Biriyani was pathetic for my taste. People who love Hyderabadi Biriyani are never going to enjoy this. The Chicken Leg gravy had more oil than anything else. Traveled 1.5 hr in Bangalre traffic to reach and left the hotel disappointed. Will never again go there. Ambiance - Its a Mess (not a hotel) in mess :D Service - Pathetic to say the least.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Have been here for a team lunch. Food is quite good but if you consider the value-for-money factor, I would personally avoid it. The quantity of the food also is very less. Its very expensive and would cost at least 1500 bucks for two.
Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Went here today (Sunday) for Buffet Lunch. It was around 1.30 pm and the place was empty. We were reluctant for Buffet, but then did not think much and started with it. There was a soup which was okay. Appam, Chicken Stew, Beef fry and Fish curry were there for starters. Beef fry was extremely oily and tasted like old stuff. The main course had just Rice, Sambhar, Aviyal and a curry. There was no non-veg in the main course and all the curries including Sambhar tasted so bad and old that we were really disappointed. South Indian lunch is incomplete without curd, and I had to order it separately. They had Palada in desserts which had more of water than milk. You can get similar meals from any other ordinary Kerala hotels for 50-100/-. The so-called-buffet here costs approximately 460 Rs. Even though the place was almost empty, the service too was bad. It took more than 20 mts to get a bowl of curd, had to ask them to clear the used plates. Will never ever go here again and will never recommend the Buffet lunch.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Went here last week for a team lunch and did not like it. It was 1.30 PM and they were yet to lay down the Buffet. There was not much variety for Non-Veg. An average restaurant. Will not prefer to go here again.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Just one word, pathetic. Went on a Friday night to have some light dinner, but was highly disappointed. Please visit at your own risk.
Food: Poor to fairDecor: Poor to fairService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Have been here around 6 times and loved the food, especially the starters every single time. They have a good variety of Barbeques in Non-Veg. I love the Cajun Spicy potatoes , Tangri Kebabs and chicken barbeques. There are not many choices in the main course, but by the time you go for the main course, you will be done with 75% of your lunch because of the tasty barbeques. They have limited the Desserts options these days, still a wonderful experience.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
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