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el lamington road kaminos!

ADSL Splitters Gallery......... This is what you get with your ADSL Router when you subscribe to MTNL Triband: This is what you get for 225 rupees from a supposedly "trustworthy" shop in Lamington Road (we bought Deepti G's computer from this shop!! and thats working pretty fine... although her monitor was a wee bit off.. but we got it fixed for freeeeeeeee)... bloody piece of shit this splitter turned out to be.. wasted 225 rupees.. that to from my first salary... One measly inductor and one capacitor... WTF is this world coming too??.. I hope the guys who sell such stuff get Gonorrhea or Syphilis : This is what you get for 110 rupees... sexy chinese stuff.. works better than the black box which you get from MTNL. Got this one from Lamington Road too. From a shop which specialized in telephone components. When in Lamington Road, its pretty hard to figure out whom to trust and whom not to! Oh and why do we need a splitter?: (following taken from http://www.adslguide.o

finally! Mumbai will have its own metrooooo!!

AVR Workshop at VESIT – A Report

The Electronics and I.T. Departments of our college had organized a workshop on Embedded System Design Using AVR Microcontrollers. The workshop was held on 1 st , 2 nd , 3 rd and 4 th of September. Professor Dhananjay Gadre from NSIT Delhi was invited to conduct the workshop. 45 Students attended the workshop. Professor Dhananjay Gadre is a certified AVR Consultant and has written a book on the subject together with numerous other articles in various magazines. It was one of these articles that prompted me to contact him via email. From then on I have in constant touch with him. I had let him know about Robocon and how our college had been faring in it over the years. Since he was in Pune at the time of the competition this year, I invited him to look at our robots during our stay at MIT, Pune. He met our guide Professor Abhay Kshirsagar and it was then that the idea for conducting the AVR Microcontroller Workshop came around. On returning from Pune we immediately set towards organ

lost my religion

What is religion? - a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny - an institution to express belief in a divine power What is god? The term God is used to designate a Supreme Being; however, there are other definitions of God. For example: Many religious and philosophic systems consider a God to be the creator of the universe. Some traditions hold that the creator of the universe is also the sustainer of the universe (as in theism), while others argue that their God is no longer involved in the world after creation (as in deism). The common definition of a God assumes omnipotence, omniscience and benevolence. ... In brief , religion is a belief system and God is a symbol to represent it. How wierd can that be, you cant see or touch or smell belief.. and you cant do that with god either! If God is supposed to be the symbol of belief then we should be able to see, touch, smell or atleast feel "him" Many people believe that God exists.. others bel