Monthly Archives: December 2010

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Written on Dec, 21, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Blurred vision in both eyes

All systems collapse Diagnosis unknown Prognosis unknown This is a distant story of my life when I faced death without fear and preparation. It began like any other Sunday morning. My wife Margaret and I got up late. The party the night before had lasted into the early hours of the morning. By the afternoon all hell had broken loose. …

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Written on Dec, 20, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Author, Dev Puri, Margaret & Phil Stirling at my Golf club annual Ball 2003 – The year I stopped searching for God & Published my first book - My Search for God

 When I reached intellectual maturity I began to ask this question to myself. What is God and where did the concept of God come from? Has anybody seen God? How do we know there is a God? I knew for many centuries that the idea of God has been part of human history. It has been difficult to brook disagreement …

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Surya Sen, leader of the raid

On December 3 2010 while my wife and my son were browsing in the book shop of the TajMahal Hotel in Mumbai, I happened to glance at a paperback book with the title “Do and Die, The Chittagong Uprising 1930-34”, written by Manini Chatterjee. I instinctively felt that it must have something to do with the Chittagong Armoury Raids. This …

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Written on Dec, 13, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Large Hadron Collider in Geneva

It was in October 2010 that I wrote about the beginning of the search for the subatomic particle – ‘neutrino’ known as Higgs boson, nick-named ‘god particle’ that has an undetermined mass and travels at near the speed of light. At last, scientists are nearer to finding the beginning of the universe without God. On Wednesday December 14 2011 scientists …

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Written on Dec, 10, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Queen ‘singing’ Auld Lang Syne with PM Tony Blair. London, New Year’s Eve 2000

As the year is coming to an end, all of us in the plain and hills of Manipur should be singing Auld Lang Syne at the stroke of midnight of December to usher in a harmonious New Year, for old times’ sake. Perhaps, the Church, UCM and AMCO in Manipur would be in the enviable position to initiating it. In …

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