"Thats what a friend is for, when your lost in darkness and searching for the light, to help you through those lonely nights, when everything around you fails just hold out your hand, and i'll come running, thats what a friend is for."
The last long conversation that I had with Karma, is described in the words above. He very nicely told me, that in college it was Shayon who used to rant to him about so many things, and now it is me.
It is very rarely that we come across such people who are absolute sweethearts from all angles... from the insides to the outsides.
Those are times when life tells us, that so what if you are pretty fucked up, you have friends that will take you through it all.
Karma is one such great person.
I can't thank him enough to hear my rants on a lot of girly issues, for waking up in the middle of the night to find Shayon for me, and for simply being a great great friend, not only to me but to all of us.
You inspire us to read dictionaries and thesauruses, if not great books by great authors. And trust me, one day I am sure all of us are gonna look back at your posts on wall mag and actually understand the true philosophical meaning of them. (JUST KIDDING)
Darling- On your birthday- I wish you nothing but the best in life- Success, happiness, love and health. The power to follow your dreams and the inspiration to write more posts for us and make great music for us.
Hello folks, I reached a new height in my non-illustrious quizzing career :) . The Tata Crucible, Kolkata round was organised last saturday and me & Rajneesh Kumar(tronix) made it to the stage round.. The link: http://www.tatacrucible.com/corporate/report2009/Kolkata.html Njoy..
UPDATE (August 22, 2007) : Just found out that our worst thoughts have come true. Abhishek Singh, referred to the article below, is indeed the one we'd known as " Scientist " in our college. Just came across this article on Tribune India. There is also a photo published alongside. Foreign student killed in accident Christa Gould / For The Post / email@example.com Abhishek Singh, an Ohio University student from India working on his doctorate in physics and astronomy, was killed Saturday night after he apparently was hit in a two-vehicle accident and thrown into the Hocking River. He was 22. Singh was born in Faizabad in the state of Uttar Pradesh in India on July 7, 1984. His parents are Amarendra and Indu Singh. He had been studying at Ohio University since fall of 2006. Before coming to Ohio University, Singh studied at the National Institute of Technology in Jamsehdpur in the state of Jharkhand in India. He earned a degree in electrical engineering. “He w