Friday, February 26, 2010

Program Co-Chairs ICDCIT 2010

It's me and Dr.Tomasz Janowski, Centre for Electronic Governance, UNU/IIST Macau.
We were Program Co-Chairs of ICDCIT 2010, 15-17, Feb. 2010 held at KIIT Campus,
Bhubaneshwar. The proceedings of the conference is published by Springer in its
Lecture Notes on Computer Science, Vol. 5966.

I enjoyed working with Dr.Tomasz and his team at UNU/IIST, Macau. I also
enjoyed working with the team at KIIT, Bhubaneshwar (Samaresh,Prasanna, Animesh
Dwivedy babu and others).

Hrushikesha Mohanty
University of Hyderabad

Sunday, February 21, 2010

A Review on Ananya Jamaja

Kindly have a look at the review of my poetry book ANANYA JAMAJA, Published by Kadambini Publication 2009. This is the third review of the book published in Digbalaya Magazine Jan-2010.


Monday, February 8, 2010

Lecture Notes on Computer Science Vol. 5966

Published by Springer

Editors: Tomasz Janowski; Hrushikesha Mohanty

Thursday, February 4, 2010

A Comment on Ananya Jamaja

I'm delighted to upload the comment I received from Sj.Banamali Nayak, Teacher BaladevJew Highschool, Ishwarpur, Simulia.

I'm very happy to get a pat from a teacher from my native place -and I'm proud to host
it on my blog.

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This is published in Nabalipi, January 2010

Please click on scanned copy for better view.
This poem is included in my third volume 'Aparahna' (in press) talks about a life
that wants to evaluate itself as a 'babana bhuta'(a friendly ghost) that aspires to see the canvas of life being painted with the color he had in his life though life was with a lot of compromises.

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

SalerA DakAra

To View Better Please CLICK on the image (Paper cut)

The "The calling of Sales" has appeared in
Literature section of Surjyaprabha on 24th
January 2010.

The poem deals with a culture that consumerism
has brought in today with instruments of SALES
and Credit cards.

Branded shops go for SALES atleast twice in an
year. And shopping malls always go with a call
'One plus One' as if they do a favour to buyers.
The culture of credit cards facilitate spending.
The poem deals with this issue.

I have finished a collection of 75 poems on
"Hyderabad Speaking" and this poem is one that
portrays a life style that creeps in among Hyderabadis.

Wish soon I will have time to make English version
of 'Hyderabad Speaking". Again sorry for those of
my blog visitors who can't read this poem.


Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Second Review on Ananya Jamaja

This review has appeared in Sagarika January 2010 issue.