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Sreedhar Pillai

CEO, CAPEXSALES Ltd.; Technorati blogger

After graduating in Mechanical Engineering and spinning a rewarding career spanning from mining to metal cans in the steel Industry, Shred Pillai loves to look at softer aspects of life around us. He likes to look at the world through the swinging needle of a balance rather than the cross hairs of a rifle. GOD's own country, the idyllic southern part of India from where he hails, marvellous France and wonderful British Isles where he worked, the US and Canada which he admires are all on his sight of vision. Shred is a regular writer for Technorati and has his own Blog Lasting Rose in which he covers subjects closer to his heart.

Has Any of Your Home Appliances Ever Conked Off On Christmas Eve?

More often than not, problems with appliances can be remedied by relatively inexpensive replacement parts (rather than a complete overhaul or replacement). By learning the most common appliance concerns that can be rectified with simple and inexpensive repairs,
20/12/2013 11:38 GMT

Is Mobile Gaming Ringing the Death Bells for the Console Industry?

As smartphones have been getting "smarter," the games that they can run are becoming more advanced. In only a matter of months, gamers have seen the titles available on the mobile platform evolve from Atari quality to games that visually rival the original PlayStation.
18/11/2013 14:39 GMT

Can the British Pubs be More Romantic Than the London Olympics?

If you are visiting the Olympics 2012 with the love of your heart, make sure to take some time out for a day or two to prom the British hinder land and stop by some of the numerous romantic pubs dotting its countryside. Who knows, you might even discover what love can truly feel like.
20/07/2012 16:25 BST

Who Needs Tony Blair for British PM Any Way?

In the olden days, not so long ago, heads of states used to look older, wiser, indomitable and even formidable. These days a G8 summit photo has many baby faces of leaders who don't have a clue of not only how to deal with the Euro crisis but even of the price of milk they still drink.
16/07/2012 14:32 BST

Has the Social Web Tamed the Oscars if Not Sacha Baron Cohen?

The independence of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and of the United States of America is admirable. The sheen on its prestigious Oscar awards night, as the second most watched event in the US, has only got brighter in recent times.
28/02/2012 13:03 GMT

26-1 The Phoenix Moment For The United Kingdom

David Cameron is one hell of a lucky guy. He will go down in history as the British Premier who ended the European Union and created the United States of Europe by just one veto.
12/12/2011 10:49 GMT