Monthly Archives: April 2006

Thoughts on mobile data access in India.

It’s expensive: I use the Airtel GPRS service very heavily. Because in Pune, it’s unlimited (in terms of volume and time) as long as I pay Rs. 150 per month. I use it for checking email, catching up on blogs, … Continue reading

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The IIM Kozhikode GD/PI – Most Unusual!

Now that the suspense is over, I can take the wraps off my eight-month-long quest for the IIMs, and announce that I have indeed made it to IIM Kozhikode! Yes, dear reader, the geek is now off to B-school. The … Continue reading

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