Monthly Archives for January 2008
Prince Charles of Great Britain has become the longest waiting Prince in queue to the thrown. And what a wait.. more than 59 years. Long live the queen. But then it reminds of difference between Purab and Paschim. Where else but in so called under developing nations like India and Pakistan one would sacrifice the power and chair for the children. Not to glorify anyone but earlier Ms. Gandhi and now Mr. Zardari has taken … Continue reading
Harbhajan’s controversial spat with Symond has come to an end. The outcome though was bit predictable with BCCI literally arm-twisted the cricketing giant with a threat to abandon the tour. So the charges against our turbunator were mellowed. Now, we will have Harbhajan and Symond once again battling it out at field in the upcoming one dayers. Whatever it may be but cricket is no longer seems to be a Gentleman’s game for sure.
“I cannot teach you violence, as I do not myself believe in it. I can only teach you not to bow your heads before any one even at the cost of your life.” - Mahatma Gandhi I salute the Father of the Nation on his 60th death Anniversary.
Every print and news media in India was clogged with news of a organ trade unearthed in millennium city of Gurgaon. This racket, which was operational in major part of country, was run by group of surgeons for last 6-7 years. They have state of the art medical setup to operate and transplant organs of needy to their rich and effluent clients in India and overseas. They were minting money by exploiting the poor and … Continue reading
The above image may look a bit funny or a bit too exaggerated but I believe that we live in Google Age. To me Google is synonym to Internet. Google as homepage tells me that I am connected to rest of the world and my system is breathing. It’s the nerve cell of information for millions like me. From finding a store next door to information on stars millions of light year away everything can … Continue reading