Review : Razer Sabertooth

29 Jul

I am primarily a PC / PS3 gamer, pretty much content with the keyboard and mouse and the Sixaxis / Move / Sharpshooter controllers for the PS3. Until a couple of years ago when I felt the need for a Gaming controller to hook up to my PC, mostly for GTA IV. I had heard […]

Razer : Screw Gamers !

11 Jun

Update :  An update to the post below : I posted the same on this blog and Min Liang Tan’s (Razer CEO) FB page. The first post was promptly deleted, however I posted and a second time and tweeted. Min replied asking me to contact Support but got a better response on Twitter : John Wie reached out to me. Consequently I […]

Hello again, World !!!

16 Mar

My blog has been idle for quite some time now and what better way to kick-start it again than with the introduction with the newest member of the family : Name : Aahir Bhattacharjee Sex : Male D.O.B :  14th March 2011, 10:13 AM Weight : 3.02 Kgs The Buzz : Looks a lot like […]

The story of my life or marriage or whatever…

12 Aug

I fell in love with a girl quite late in my life. Till then my love affairs have been strictly restricted to computers, games and gadgets. So much so that when Haimanti, my wife, who was my fiancee then, came to visit me in Bangalore for the first time, I nearly threw a fit when […]

Helping Haiti: With Crystal of the International Medical Corps…

25 Jan

A leveled multi-story structure illustrates the earthquake

It has been in the recent news the devastating twin earthquakes that mostly flattened Haiti. While the rest of the world stared with horror and shock many people has lost their home, their family, their near and dear ones in a few minutes of nature’s whims. Help poured in from all quarters and my friends […]

My Apostille Woes and Shashi Tharoor…

8 Jan


My book was published this July and I got my first royalty statement soon after. My contract with Galileo Press was executed in the US and hence this required me to apply for a TIN to get the actual payment as well as claim tax exemption from the Indian Government. The process, it seemed, was […]

A Date with an Indian Minister of State…

7 Nov

It is not everyday in the “Aam Aadmi” ‘s life that one gets to meet a Minister of State. And that too not in a setting where we not only get to hear him talk but interact with him. And then definitely not someone as charismatic as Shashi Tharoor. Well I have been a fan […]


23 Oct

If I leave here tomorrow Would you still remember me? For I must be travelling on, now, ‘Cause there’s too many places I’ve got to see. But, if I stayed here with you, girl, Things just couldn’t be the same. ‘Cause I’m as free as a bird now, And this bird you can not change. […]

SAP MII Developement Skills podcast with Jon Reed

10 Sep

We’ve been trying to make this happen for a long time and it is finally here 🙂 Fellow SAP Mentor and friend Jon Reed of talks to me in this Podcast about SAP MII and the very first book on it, Implementing and Configuring SAP MII,which I co-authored with Dipankar Saha of IBM, SAP […]

Prawn Malai Curry – With a Twist…

7 Jul

Prawns have always been a favourite with both me and my wife, Haimanti. So here’s how to make Prawn Malai Curry, an east indian cuisine and an all time favourite of mine 🙂   Ingredients   500 gms fresh Large Prawns, de-shelled and de-veined. One-Half Coconut Coconut Milk, 1/2 of a tea-cup. Three small Onions. […]