bajaj.com turns 15

bajaj.com is 15 this day. From its humble beginnings in 1997 as an information portal about the family, it developed into a blog in April 2008. The site has built equity over the years in terms of listings on portal sites, search engine popularity and links from other sites, that has attracted advertising since 2009.

2012

It is my understanding that the Winter Solstice of 21 December 2012 marks the beginning of Dwapara Yuga or the Bronze Age of civilization, and all that it entails. Yes, I expect natural calamities to cause mass destruction of population in a way that it benefits the planet and the remainder of human civilization – […]

Nuclear Power Plants

I say “Yes” to nuclear power plants in the absence of the possibility of hydroelectric power plants and/or regulation of industrial and commercial energy usage. Nuclear fission provides reliable base-load energy and dependable capacity like coal combustion, but in contrast has very low CO2 emissions (including transportation-generated emissions), and no other emissions. The natural radioactivity in coal […]

iPhone in Canada

So how much does it cost to own an iPhone in Canada? $861 plus tax ($904 including GST) per annum including upfront costs and one-time charges annualized over a three-year contract period, since you can’t buy an iPhone without a three-year contract and the phone is locked to the carrier. Fido costs $27.45 per month with the minimum 200 […]

iPhone

I am writing this post on my iPhone twelve days after I got it. I am “one of those” who got it on day one, but only after eight hours of waiting to get the white and only the white one. For me it is probably the single most life-changing gizmo ever. The experience has […]