It’s really hectic and boring!

It is going to be three years in the same project. Now I am doing the same work for last two months. Testing the same set of the scripts again and again, following the standards and going to the old scripts make some updates as per review comments. Three jobs but repetitive, short time and hectic schedules, the next round of testing is going to be 10th round. It’s really hectic and boring!

The Burqa Freedom

The French President Nicolas Sarkozy told the parliament that ” The burqa is not a sign of religion, it is a sign of subservience. It will not be welcome on the territory of the French republic”. My personal opinion is that French president is going to implement his wrong-headed freedom thoughts towards his people, which is against an individual’s freedom.

Indian Railway Smart Card

Few days before our Honorable railway minister for state E. Ahamed declared that railway will reduce the cost of smart cards used for ticketing. My opinion is before going to reduce the cost, it is better if he takes necessary steps to repair the existing Automatic Ticket Vending Machines placed in the Chennai sub urban railway stations, Otherwise the objective of this machine “i.e., reduces crowding at ticket counters” will not be achieved.

Déjà vu

As per wikipedia Déjà vu is explained as a “experience of feeling sure that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously (an individual feels as though an event has already happened or has happened in the near past), although the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain”. Here is my Déjà vu experience

The White tiger by Aravind Adiga

Yesterday I completed the reading of 2008 man booker award novel “The White Tiger” by Aravind Adiga which tells the story of Balram Halwai. This novels depics the Indian named Balram Halwai, who lives in darkness, wealthy people snatched his light and later he moved to bright. He explain how things became simple in India if we gave brown envelopes for policemen and politicians which is stuffed with cash.

“Mathilukal” by Vaikom Muhammed Basheer

Saturday I read the novel “Mathilukal” written by the Sultan of Beypore (Padma Sri Vaikom Muhammed Basheer). In this novel Beypore sultan depicts his life at the prison. He is not happy since the political prisoners who had come in after him have left the prison, but no he. But on the due course he fell in love with a female prisoner, Narayani.Since the women prison is separated with a wall they were not able to met, but they exchange words, pickles, snacks and promises of love. But when they planned to meet each other the prison warden announces that Basheer has been released and he protests this order by saying “Who needs freedom? Outside is an even bigger jail.”