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Showing posts from April 14, 2015

Want To Redefine Your Smartphone Experience? Get The ASUS ZenFone 2.

I have been a great fan of the ASUS smartphones from the time they launched their ZenFone series in India last year. Providing superb features in phones at remarkably low prices has been the key strategy for ASUS so far, which not only has worked out well for them but has also helped establish a foot in the door alongside big players like Samsung and Apple.
Taking their success a few notches higher, the Taiwanese company is planning to launch the high-end ZenFone 2 (ZE551ML) with 4GB RAM on April 23 this year at a price tag of INR 20,000. This variant of the ZenFone will only be available in four colors, including Black, Silver, Red, and Gold.

In this blog post, I will list the Top 5 reasons why the ASUS ZenFone 2 could redefine your smartphone experience.Unarguably this is the first smartphone in the world to ship with 4GB RAM. With that much RAM, you could multitask by running several apps at the same time and switch between them without any hassle.
I am a big fan of night photography.…

Striking A Perfect 10 In #DilKiDeal

My best friend hails from Orissa. He is the quintessential charmer - ever smiling, kind, and loyal. By a strange coincidence, we work for the same company and his PG accommodation is just a stone's throw away from where I live.
Perfect, right? Well, not quite. He is at least 9 years younger to me. While age is just a number these days, one cannot discard the gray acquired over a period of time.
Having said that, I still love our bromance. The energy he brought is infectious. In our early days of friendship, we talked in length of our similarities and differences, narrating several life experiences that shaped our lives. Mostly he spoke and I listened.

For a large part, we remained inseparable. Movies, eating out, boozing, partying together. You name it!
And then, there were days when we would fight like kids and not talk to each other.
I remember this one particular incident around Diwali when he expressed sheer disappointment at not being able to visit his native. Being away from fol…

Join The Journey Of Doing Right

Did you know that India has the largest number of illiterate adults in the world? That's a whopping 287 million people or 37% of the global total.
While both the government and media are doing their bit in order to bring down these numbers, the actual need of the hour is to think of new and contemporary ways of engaging this huge population.
Like the Boat School, a new initiative started by NGO Guria and led by Ajeet Singh, to help the children of Varanasi who waste their time aimlessly, straying near the banks of the river Ganga. Most of these children were not attending school when Ajeet spotted them. The usual culprit: high school fees.

Varanasi or Banaras, as we all know, is thronged by zillions of religious fanatics every year, clearly making it the center of cultural and traditional exchange. No wonder, it is hailed as the Athens of India. Among the increasing chaos and pollution that form the first impressions of the city, the Boat School aims to be different and truly a stepp…