I lost a simcard, it was not a joke. It was already activated. I did not have any details of the simcard; not even its number. It was prone to be misused.
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Kumar Padmanabh was born in 1976 and stayed in various parts of the country. He loves writing short essays, short stories, and commentaries on the issues that affect his life and the life of all of those who hold him fast. So far, he has written more than twenty five short stories published in different literary magazines and three books. He is a vivid blogger and so far he has written more than three hundred non-technical articles on his blog describing the different facets of life. He loves traveling and most of the story of his fiction are conceived while interacting with different people. Fortunately, his profession also provided him the opportunities to travel extensively through many countries and to interact with people of many cultures. This empowered him to see a trivial event from the global eyes. He has been involved in casual writing since his schooldays without any ambition of reaching to any particular audience. In 2005 he started reaching to the readers formally through his short stories. As a computer scientist in the research labs of a global engineering giant, he earns his livelihood by embedding physical senses into the senseless objects; they called it as "internet of things". He has multiple patents on it. The world recognizes his expertise of putting sense in senseless objects to enlist his name in Marquis World’s who is who and a magazine of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, recognized his creative thinking to award him as top-3 innovator from India of year 2010 in a particular domain. None of this would have been ever possible without a degree of PhD in electronics engineering from IIT Kharagpur. He describes, "creative writing" as his first love. He is living in Bangalore with his wife Alpana and son Ayachi.
We used to observe the sparrows continuously,in isolation and discuss about how cruel a God could turn out to be. Sometime she used to stop me discussing the unjustness of God