Hello and welcome to my personal blog. I’m a science reporter and blogger at The Hindu, an Indian national daily. I’m interested in high-energy physics, the history and philosophy of science, and photography. When no one’s looking, I fiddle with code and call myself a programmer. I enjoy working with the infrastructure that props up newsrooms.

(I can’t delete this post because Walter Murch has commented on it.)


  1. Hello, Mr. Murch, thank you very much for your comment. It made my day. I found out about ‘Particle Fever’ about two days ago, and ever since, it has been on my list of films to watch soon. I, like you, am a physics autodidact and I think it’s great what you’ve done to visualize such a grand endeavor. I’ve seen your comments on my other blog, but I hardly thought you’d be the man behind ‘Particle Fever’. I wish you all the luck for your project. If there’s anything I can do, just say the word. 🙂

  2. Hello Vasudevan: I have been following your blog for a year, since your analysis of the July 2012 announcement about the Higgs. I have just returned from Doc/Fest in Sheffield where we (I am a film editor) premiered “Particle Fever” – a documentary about the LHC and its search for New Physics.


    Thank you very much for your clear and informative writing on the subject of particle physics.

    Walter Murch

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