Random Thoughts

August 14, 2010

New Gal in the city!

Filed under: Crap, Fun, Junk, Life, YouTube — Tags: , , , , — Vivek R @ 1:12 AM

Speaker`s ON…!

Recently I have watched Wake up Sid after being bugged lots of times by one of my dearest friend.

Particularly the theme which he wanted to convey really touched me., which, more or less is a story of  BOY.

This impressive song goes like this:

Lyrics here.And Summary here.

Though the ending of the movie was quite predictable,the director treated the movie in a little serious and philosophical manner which not many youth in the audience appreciate these days. The movie is very symbolic and one can only really appreciate it if they can strongly relate to what the director is trying to talk about in the movie. This is a must watch for everyone who is or was in the Grey stage of growing from a boy to a man. A beautiful movie which deserves to be watched with an open perspective. 🙂

(Konkona Sen Sharma & Ranbir Kapoor , Karan Johar )

(Dedicated to.. the One who inspired me to post this)

Bottom Line: Not every one is perfect, there cannot be pure good, pure bad people, it has its own shade of Grey, that is what Sid the character is all about. Then, once you realize this, you go out and try and find what you love doing, and do that. Everything else will fall in place.That`s how the system works!


August 8, 2010

Asian Sceince Camp

Filed under: Physics, Tec — Tags: , , , — Vivek R @ 10:49 AM
Three months on, college students pursuing science degrees will rub shoulders with Nobel laureates and world-renowned scientists. For the first time, India will host the Asian Science Camp 2010 in Mumbai. Organised by the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, the camp starting August 17 will see 240 students from SAARC countries.
“The aim is to motivate students to pursue a career in science and research. It will also promote friendship and cooperation among the best young students of the next generation in the Asian region,” said H.C. Pradhan, HBCSE director.
The camp will be funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. Started in 2007, these camps have been held at Taipei, Bali and Japan. The camp, open to first and second year science students, will have up to 10 Nobel laureates addressing them over five days. The programme will include plenary sessions, discussions, social events and excursion.

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This article is from Hindustan Times .., Mumbai, May 10, 2010.

Link is Here.

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Science is more than just being in a classroom and learning from a textbook !


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