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Uday Kanth
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Well with such an open prompt, I racked my mind as to what to shoot for today. The thing is, I live just a stone’s throw from this lake but I never saw it as a photo-op as the surroundings are not really petty and the water is quite polluted. But turns…
Well with such an open prompt, I racked my mind as to what to shoot for today. The thing is, I live just a stone’s throw from this lake but I never saw it as a photo-op as the surroundings ar…
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Here's my review of The Walk. This movie impresses with both heart and spectacle. Don't miss!

There are three things that need to be mentioned with regards to The Walk that impressed me a lot – Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s impeccable French accent. The ultra realistic visual effects. Clever use of 3D Having followed Joseph since his Mysterious Skin…
There are three things that need to be mentioned with regards to The Walk that impressed me a lot - Joseph Gordon-Levitt's impeccable French accent. The ultra realistic visual effects. Clever use o...
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Announcing the iPad Bro! 

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“What you’re looking at is the thinnest, lightest, and most powerful tablet ever!!” Tim Bacon beamed at the excited audience with the device in his left hand. “Ladies and gentleman – presenting the iPad Bro!” A thunderous cheer erupted across the hall.…
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A Trip to #Varkala, Kerala. #IncredibleIndia #Lumia #Photography

In the beginning there was the sea, Then there was a coconut tree, And then a glass was placed in front of it, And I thought it was good. So, in the Part 1 of my travelogue, I told you how I made the trip from the east coast of India to the west to […]
In the beginning there was the sea, Then there was a coconut tree, And then a glass was placed in front of it, And I thought it was good. So, in the Part 1 of my travelogue, I told you how I made t...
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+Cool Cool it can be a local tale. But it can also be possible that its true. As sea is not far from fort, it is possible to make a tunnel.

Heard about the treasure found at padmanabha swamy temple ?
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An interesting read.

Again reiterates the fact that megapixel count means nothing in real world usage. Glad I went for a 10 MP L830. 
There's a sweet spot for everything, whether it's the quantity of beer you buy in one go (e.g. a 'pint'), the number of children your family has (2, in the West, allegedly!) or, indeed, the number of megapixels in your captured photos. There will always be exceptions and regional variations, but taking the megapixel example in the context of camera phones, the tech world is now moving into uncharted areas of what I've often called the 'megapixel ...
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A compilation of my favourite tracks by James Horner. 
I was saddened this morning to hear of James Horner's untimely death. A double Oscar winner, he was an extremely talented musician who gave us such memorable scores in Titanic, Avatar, Braveheart, ...
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This is the iconic Clock Tower of Secunderabad. Constructed in 1890 during the British regime, it still stands today due to the efforts put in by the civic bodies to revive structure and the area around it. Recently when Secunderabad celebrated its 200…
This is the iconic Clock Tower of Secunderabad. Constructed in 1890 during the British regime, it still stands today due to the efforts put in by the civic bodies to revive structure and the area a...
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Check out my 1000 word review of #Tamasha audio. Sometimes things are needed to be analyzed in such detail :) #arrahman   #rahman  
At a time when songs are treated like 'products', Rahman treats them like pieces of art and this undoubtedly is what sets him apart from the rest.
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Because when the crows say, you listen. Otherwise the next thing you know, there’ll be murder. (Pun intended)

#Varkala     #Kerala #lumia  
Because when the crows say, you listen. Otherwise the next thing you know, there'll be murder. (Pun intended) In response to The Daily Post's weekly photo challenge: "Boundaries."
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Best song from the album! Gopi Sunder rocks again!

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My latest click. 

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Sometimes when you look at something, you immediately know that it's going to make a decent photograph. This was one of those. Though it required me stand on the median in the middle of the road to...
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Bookworm. Blogger. Foodie. Gamer. Amateur Photographer.
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Step this way, please. Here's what you need to know.  

  • I love reading. I have an eclectic taste here.
  • I love writing. It gets me going. 
  • I love country and rock music. And a bit of others too. 
  • I love photography. Nature is my muse.
  • I like watching movies. In a theater. 
  • I love eating. And also cooking. 
  • I'm an atheist. And I'm a 7 on Dawkins scale. 
  • I consider myself a geek. Can't imagine my life otherwise.  
  • I love playing video games! Except mindless FPSs. (yes I said it) 
  • And finally, I love sleeping. I'm almost nocturnal, though. 


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  • Cognizant Technology Solutions
    2012 - present
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Good spicy food. Service not so good but.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
A very good theater to catch a movie overall. The decor is very posh and seats very comfortable. The video and audio quality, as always, is top notch. Parking can be a problem but the good thing is that it's very accessible by public transport.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good. Waiters can be a bit irresponsive at times. Nice selection of music.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Quite a big mall. Has a curvy shape so you'll never be able to see the mall in its entirety at once. Apart from that, it's a standard shopping mall affair. Has all the brands you ever wanted to see and even a few obscure ones. Most of the dining places are yet to be open I suppose, or else, the food court as it stands now is a bit of a disappointment when compared with Express Avenue. The only draw of this complex is going to be the Luxe multiplex. Not opened yet, but from what I could see, the decor is fabulous and not to mention the city's first IMAX!
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Quality: Very GoodAppeal: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Well...I have no idea what qualifies this as a multiplex. They only have two screens to begin with. The ambience is pretty basic. Decor is non-existent. The auditoriums are good, though, with decent legroom and comfortable seats. The ticket prices were lower too so I guess this is good place to catch a movie when you can't find tickets elsewhere.
Appeal: Poor - FairFacilities: GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago