Thank you Ganguly

We lost the match against Pakistan and they leveled the series by 1-1. Anyway, here is the maggy recipe for you.

Step 1: Boil one cup of water
Step 2: As soon as Ganguly goes for batting, put the noodles in the boiled water and
put the tastemaker.
Step 3: stir till Ganguly is onfield.
Step 4: As soon as Ganguly is back in pavilion, your noodles are ready to eat.


Kumble ka kamaal; Rahul ne machaya dhamal

A tremendous team effort of Indian Team. On the first day I though that either the match will be draw or Pakistan will win. but this is what cricket all about. The match was complete roller coaster one session one team up one session the same was down.

The two centuries of Rahul and 7 Wickets in a inning of Kumble was gr8 to see. Now, I have a question Does any one remember the last time Saurav made a 50. If any one recalls then plz let me know as I m researching on this ;-)

Sachin missed the century thanks to Steve buckner. But this is part of the game and we have to accept it.

Ant bhala to sab bhala Finally India won the match and 1-0 ahead in the series.
See you in Banglore...

I m still recovering from my hand injury. :-( ^_^

Aisa ' Socha na tha"

On saturday I saw Socha Na tha. What a movie. Simply Bakwass..
In TOI I saw three stars and decided to watch the movie. but.... bandal songs, faltu story and sadi acting, this is all you can think in this film. Even it seems like a serial on the TV.

However, Ayesha Takia is looking very fresh and cool. wow......
Planning to watch Karam this week. This film got three stars from TOI. Lets see does it deserves these stars or not..Anyway John bhaau is there.

Chandigarh boy makes it to Microsoft top rung

Chandigarh: It’s ‘Balle Balle’ time for Sikhs in the US. And this time, it’s for city-born Gurdeep Singh Pall. Chunnu to family and friends, Gurdeep has become the first Sikh to reach the top echelons of Microsoft. He has been appointed corporate vice-president Microsoft, Real Time Collaboration Group, based at Microsoft corporate headquarters in Redmond.
He is responsible for developing Microsoft’s strategy in the Real Time Collaboration space, including the emerging Integrated Communications and VoIP areas.
The pay package? Mum’s the word from Gurdeep, but sources in the city said that it’s over $1 million per year.
Speaking to TNN exclusively from the US, Gurdeep named Bill Gates as his inspiration, especially after he got to work with Gates on some projects.
“I consider my interactions with Bill and some other senior leaders in the company as the biggest benefits. Bill Gates has also personally advised me and helped shape my career over the last few years,”said Gurdeep.
An alumnus of St John’s High School here (he studied here from Class IV to VI), 38-year-old Gurdeep’s journey to the top started when he joined Microsoft in January 1990 as a software design engineer after completing masters in computer science from University of Oregon.
Soon, Gurdeep become a part of the Windows NT development core team working on the first version NT 3.1 in 1993 as a software design engineer and then all the way through Windows XP in 2001 as general manager of Windows Networking.
During his work on Windows he lead design and implementation of award winning technologies like PPP, TCP/IP, VPNs, Routing and WiFi. He co-authored the first VPN protocol in the industry Point to Point Tunnelling protocol, which received the prestigious Innovation of the Year award from PC Magazine in 1996.
Gurdeep became general manager of Windows Real Time Communications in January 2002 and helped develop a broad RTC strategy which led to the formation of Real Time Collaboration division and acquisition of Place Ware Inc (now called Microsoft Office Live Meeting).

I m back

I am back after visiting the Rishikesh and Haridwar. It was a great experience going both the places. We tried to go to Neelkanth from Rishikesh which was 21 KM away from Rishikesh. We hired a bycycle and after going almost 10 Kms, we came back to
Rishikesh because the weather was not good and it was evening.

Next day we were in Haridwar and visited Mansa Devi, Anjani Devi and Chandi devi. We bath twice in Ganga. he...he..he..

And..... Last night I had an accident in my home town Agra :( and the worst part of the accident was that the curlpit was a LUNA. could you believe that?..
My right hand is injured and I am typing this and other stuff with a bit pain. :O

Now, I am back on the job after 4 days long chhutti. After all
sab ganda hai par dhanda hai...

Om Namah Shivay

It's Mahashivratri today. I am managing vrata today. Let's see if I can manage it till evening or not.

Time for cricket fever. India Vs Pakistan The baap of all cricket games has started today. I can bet India will win... Any doubt?....

I am leaving for Haridwar and Rishikesh today. For a holy dip in Ganga and will be back on friday then direct to home town Agra. It feels good after going to Agra after such a long time (after 20 days)ha.. ha.. ha.. Actually I m a bit home sick.

Till then....

Om Namah Shivay

About Sudhir Upadhyay

Sudhir UpadhyaySudhir Upadhyay, born in Agra, the city known for Taj Mahal (and mental hospital too ;-) is a 5'9" guy in his early-mid twenties. A computer graduate from Agra (Now, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar) University. He is currently working as a SAP Basis consultant at Atos Origin India, Mumbai.

Sudhir likes to surf the web, listening to good old soft Hindi music and not to mention sleep.

This blog is a result of his desire of an online identity and zest for keep discovering. His personal website eSudhir is constantly under construction. You can email him at or view his Orkut profile.

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