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Ramesh Adiga
Attended St. Blaise High School
Lives in Dublin, CA
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  • St. Blaise High School
    1988
  • PVPP College of Engineering
  • Bhavan's College
  • K J Somaiya Institute of Management Studies & Research
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Dublin, CA
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Mumbai - Chennai - Bangalore
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Zinio brings its magazine newsstand to Amazon’s Kindle Fire users
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Another day, another platform conquered by Zinio. Their latest gig includes launching a mobile app for Amazon's Kindle Fire users.

PBS KIDS’ new iOS app uses augmented reality to teach kids addition and ...
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PBS KIDS launched a new iOS app, FETCH! Lunch Rush, to help teach kids basic math skills like addition and subtraction.

European Children More Likely to Outperform Parents Than Americans
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Americans are more likely to live as well as worse than their parents than their counterparts in many European countries, a Pew study shows.

Coins of the World: The Story of Indian Money VII Coinage of Western Ksh...
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During the period of Kushan domination of the North-Western region, the Central, Western and Southern parts of India came under the sway of

» LHC May Have Found Crack in Modern Physics
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In late 2008, a few onlookers believed that the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) would bring the end of the world. Three years later, our planet

Coins of the World: The Story of Indian Money
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The Story of Indian Money Part II. The Harappan era (Mature phase ~ 3500 B.C. – 1900 B.C.). The Origins of Money are vitally linked to three

Coins of the World: Story of Indian Money – VIII - The rise of Deccan an...
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Ancient South India was divided into two culturally and politically distinct regions of Dakshinapatha (Dakshina Sanskrit ~ Dakhina Prakrit ~

Coins of the World: The coinage of foreign invading tribes (135 B.C. – 2...
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The Indo-Greeks declined first in Bactria because of hordes of foreigners like Shakas (Indo-Scythians), Pahlavas (Indo-Parthians) and Kushan

Coins of the World: The Story of Indian Money V
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The most important interaction of Indian civilisation in the Mauryan and post-Mauryan era was with the Seleucid Empire whose founder Seleucu

Coins of the World: Story of Indian Money Part IV
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Post-Mauryan period of Indo-Greek influence (180 B.C. – 55 B.C.) The Mauryan Empire which ruled large parts of the Indian sub-continent as a

Coins of the World: Story of Indian Money Part III
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The Iron Age (Vedic, Post-Vedic and Early Buddhist era ~ 1500 B.C. - 500 B.C.) The period following Harappan civilisation's decline was

Coins of the World: The Story of Indian Money
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The Story of Indian Money – Part I. The recent excitement about the new symbol for the Indian Rupee created a huge tsunami of excitement in

Temple treasure worth Rs50,000cr - Hindustan Times
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With the conclusion of the Supreme Court-appointed expert panel's five-day treasure hunt, the Padmanabhaswamy temple — given prominence

Siri can start cars [Video]
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A hacker has rigged Siri and Viper SmartStart to start his car with a simple voice command on the iPhone 4S.

Cord-Cutters, Rejoice! Boxee Dongle Delivers Live HD TV, Sans Subscription
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I abandoned cable TV years ago. I couldn't afford to spend hours in front of the boob-tube, absorbing Jersey Shore-isms and Two and a Half M

MAKE's Ultimate Kit Guide - on newsstands this week - Boing Boing
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Sea salt isn't better for you than table salt - Boing Boing
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European insurers needn't fear SIFI status -EU
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BONN, Germany, Oct 13 (Reuters) - Big European insurers neednot fear higher capital requirements if they are placed onregulators' watch list

A SIFI warning shot from Snoopy?
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The announcement by MetLife Inc., the only major U.S. insurance group currently organized as a bank holding company, that it has been ordere

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If you’re looking for Herman Cain’s new campaign autobiography, head for a book store in some Democratic enclave. I bought what may have bee