Entries by Sreedhar Pillai from 07/2012

Was Satyendranath Bose Merely Lucky to Have the Bosons Named After Him?

| Posted 07.11.2012 | Huffington Post

Now that God particle has reinvented Satyendranath Bose's greatness for the world, it has become all the more important that a modern and emerging India do everything to unearth the greatness and increase the awareness of its immortal scientist.

Who Needs Tony Blair for British PM Any Way?

| Posted 07.15.2012 | UK Politics

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.

Can the Kiss Cam Make the 2012 London Olympics More Romantic?

| Posted 07.19.2012 | Huffington Post

If no one outside the U.S. had ever heard of the Kiss Cam before, now the media is abuzz with the news and debate about the presidential kiss.

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

| Posted 07.19.2012 | Huffington Post

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.

Why Even Romney Doubts If the Indomitable British Spirit Can Save the London Olympics From a Fiasco

| Posted 07.31.2012 | Media

Despite the snags, the reported problems of traffic chaos and the imminent strikes of border staff and London bus drivers, the British spirit, hopefully will render the much awaited Olympics 2012 a memorable event of the new century.