Sunday, December 07, 2008

Another Tagged Post !!!

RULE #1 People who have been tagged must write their answers on their blogs and replace any question that they dislike with a new question formulated by themselves.
[I don’t dislike any, so I’m not replacing any question]

RULE #2 Tag 6 people to do this quiz and those who are tagged cannot refuse. These people must state who they were tagged by and cannot tag the person whom they were tagged by.
[I was tagged by Aarthi ]

Continue this game by sending it to other people.

1. If your lover betrayed you, what will your reaction be?
 Will try to forget her and move on in life....

2. If you can have a dream come true, what would it be?
Hmm.. nothing specific... well i would love to be in an episode of 'FRIENDS' wid the whole star cast... :)

3. Why do you blog?
I blog because i like it.. , its a portal for you to show yourselves to the outside world, and voice ur opinions..

4. Will you fall in love with your best friend?
Ha Ha... have been more than once... unfortunately not lucky in love..

5. Which is more blessed: loving someone or being loved by someone?
tough question, being loved by sum1 gives you a heroic feeling, but loving sum1 is a more special feeling...

6. How long do you intend to wait for someone you love?
Practically speaking, dnt want to wait much.. But dnt mind waiting for sometime, if there are positive vibes...

7. If the person you secretly like is attached, what will you do?
Will be happy...

8. If you could root for one social cause, what would it be?
Entering into politics and change my country...

9. What takes you down the fastest?
 Dishonesty and hippocricy. and too much of attitude

10. What resurrects you the fastest?
Good faithful friends around you

11. What’s your fear?
Failure    ……

12. What kind of person do you think the person who tagged you is?
very bad amd obnoxious gal... :P
heheh.. just kidding.. shes a smart and sweet gal...

13. Would you rather be single and rich or married and poor?
I wanna have a live-in wid a rich gal ....... lol :)

14. What’s the purpose of such Tags?
Just total timepass. and filling your blogs :)

15. If you fall in love with two people simultaneously whom will you pick?
Hmm... i'l choose the one who loves me back....

16. Would you give all in a relationship?
Please Define give all.... have too many ideas in my mind for 'give all'  :P

17. Would you forgive and forget someone no matter how horrible a thing he has done?
Ya i usually dnt carry past grudges against ny1.. well wud never forget the horrible things..

18. Do you prefer being single or in a relationship?
Hmm.. rite now.. wanna be in a relationship...

19. Who/what inspired you to start blogging?
God came in my dream and asked me to blog..... he even told me to choose blogger for blogging... :)

20. Tag 6 people.
noushy, preetilata, supriya, shantini , madhavi , akansha
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Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mumbai burning

Mother India is crying... There is a series of terror attacks in india in the lasr 3-4 months.
Last night, a group of terrorists opened attacks in 11 places in mumbai. More than 100 killed, many injured, and many still missing. The ordeal has not ended, there are many trapped inside The Taj hotel and the Trident Oberoi. A batallion of army and NSG have descended to the scene, trying to gun down the terrorists and doing their best to save as many people as possible...
What is painful is even with so many assurances from the government and defense services, such attacks keep happening. So many people die, so many innocent fathers, mothers, brothers, sisters lose their, who will pay for the tears. Government compensation wont help.
Whos to blame in lapse of security, government, police, intelligence, no its we who are responsible. It is easier to blame these people sitting in a cosy cubicle in our airconditioned office. Its time as active citizens, we be more vigilant about suspicious people in and around you and help our government and police tackle such situations. The youth of india should come forward and enter active politics. To change the system, you have to be in the system.
All the political parties should stop blaming each other, rather come together and fight this painful attack by terrorists.
My tearful condolences, to the affected people and their families..
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Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Sometimes when someone close to you goes far away from you, it hurts more than you ever experienced...
Sometimes you realize the importance of people in life only when they are far away from you...
Things may not be the same later, quite different from what you expected...
Sometimes there is so much to say, but when you realize its too late and you don't have time...
The good times, the bad times, if only you could rewind and play again, relive those special moments, even though its only for a minute....
The very thought of not able to meet again is disturbing, but thers always hope, a hope that gives you some courage to move on....
Life's got its share of surprises for everyone, you just have to wait for your turn...
Sometimes you miss someone more than others, you become more restless, feel you should have spent some more time, but the time is never enough and suddenly theory of relativity starts making sense....

Sometimes you have to say goodbye even though you never wanted to........
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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Mobile blogging

This is my 1st blog thru my new mobile. I recently got this really cool mobile ASUS P320 . Its a fully packed windows mobile, with amazing features. Best is the GPS system and Wi-fi, U'l rarely get these features at a less price.
I look forward for mobile blogging. For now Adios..
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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Anil 'JUMBO' Kumble Retires

The 3rd test match of the Border-Gavaskar trophy 2008 saw the ending of perhaps, one of the best spinners India has ever produced. His name is Anil Kumble.
It was real surprise decision with one more test to go in the series, many would have wondered , why he made this decision. He had a bad injury to his left hand while attempting a catch in the match. He might have to go a surgery in the hand to get it fixed, so he thought its the right time to retire. Anil Kumble had a really illustrious career in both One days and Tests for India..
He has taken 619 wickets from 132 tests, and 337 wickets from 271 matches.
First thing that comes to ur mind.. when u think of Kumble is  his undying attitude, whatever maybe the situation , he was always prepared to take any sort of challenge. One match u can never forget , is that test match against west indies, where he suffered the broken jaw. He got a plaster and came back in the field to bowl again, with that sort of pain, and took brian lara 's wicket. that was tremendous commitment by any sportsman. His achievements have no boundaries, Hes the only Indian bowler and 2nd only to Jim Laker in the cricket history , to take 10 wickets in an innings against pakistan, in the same ground, where he has decided to bid adieu today ..
This is a small tribute to the great Legend of Indian cricket  " ANIL KUMBLE "
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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Happy Birthday to Me!!

Yesterday 10 th October 2008, was my birthday. In between my busy work schedule, i suddenly realised that its my bday on 10th.. well it actually made me realise im getting old :)
 Had a mixed day yesterday. Since morning, i was missing my family and friends in bbay, missing celebrating my bday wid my twin bro. Well my bro sure had a good time wid his friends yesterday. It was kind of getting depressing that i was not able to celebrate my birthday with the people i wanted to. Well then at the end of the day, i planned a small , well not so small party with my colleagues and ended up having a good time with them. Overall it wasn't that depressing bday as i did imagine.. Though i din't get any gifts or cakes, but then i realised, im too old for cutting cakes and gifts rite now. Nevertheless, who doesn't like to be pampered with gifts on their bday. After all for one day u are the centre of attention among everyone. In my case, none of my colleagues knew, so i had to inform them to get some attention :P
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Friday, October 03, 2008

Family and Friends !!!

Its great to meet your family and friends after long time. Sometimes we get so tied up in this materialistic world, that we dnt acknowledge the presence of important people in our life. Life revolves around relationships which need to be nurtured like a young sapling. Give the people important in your life their due. Respect those who care for you, without asking you anything in return. Realise the importance of friendship in your life. Dnt be shy to show your love, respect, care to people who matter to you. Even though its just a small handshake or hug, might make a big difference to someone's life. 
Life is short, make full use of it. Dnt fight, make peace, love each other. Show your close ones, how much they mean to you. Reciprocate the caring and love.  
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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Kill those terrorists !!


In the recent times, terrorist attacks in india has become a usual thing. 
Yesterday,  The news of serial blasts in the capital city rocked the country. The pain and shock echoed in all the news channels yesterday night.
Its really shocking to believe these serial blasts occurred within just 2 months since the serial blasts in bangalore and ahmedabad. Though bangalore blasts dint claim much of life and property, Ahmedabad blasts were detrimental, many lives lost, one blast among them occurred within a govt. hospital where patients were being treated, many doctors too lost their lives.. 
Similarly  yesterday's delhi  blasts have shaken the whole country's intelligence system. Almost 20-25 dead and more than 100 injured. Who is to blame for all this happenings. Why isn't our intelligence bureau, vigilant enough to take good precautions. Why is the intelligence network so weak, that any damn fellow can easily carry out such high intensity blasts without govt. officials knowing about it. Yes it is difficult to keep track of country with huge population like ours.. but thts not the excuse, we have the resources, but don't utilize our networks well. Finally all the investigations die out in a month or so. there is no continuous tracking of terrorist activity in the country.. A group 'Indian mujahideen' has supposedly claimed their role in the blasts, by sending email to all the news channels and the govt. calling their operation as 'BAD'.  bangalore, ahmedabad, delhi as complete after delhi blasts and tht next target is mumbai. These muslim extremists are spoiling the name of the religion, by committing crime in the name of Allah and Islam.

Finally the common people suffer, lose their lives...  Just can extend my condolences to the families who lost their loved ones. We need to stand together and fight against terrorism as a country, and crack down on these anti-social elements.. 

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Saturday, September 06, 2008

N - Powered India

This Day is a historic day for India, with regards to foreign policy initiatives in Indian Political history which have been successful. The Nuclear Suppliers' group (NSG) agreed to grant India a "clean waiver" from its existing rules, which forbid nuclear trade with a country which has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in Vienna.
The Whole nuclear deal saga, which our Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh said, 'Its a deal for which you can even sacrifice the Government' , sort of came to an end with the waiver from NSG. But then thers more to it. Still the issue, that if india conduct the nuclear tests, will the agreement will be terminated immediately, is still not clear..
But there are many positives out of this waiver
First of all recognition of India, as a emerging superpower among the other developed countries. That can be clearly seen by the desperate attempts made by US to get a waiver, by convincing other members of NSG. Besides the whole formation of NSG was because of India's nuclear test at Pokhran in 1974. The same NSG has bend thier rules to accomadate india into the mainstream nuclear countries, thereby giving a green signal for nuclear trade itself is more than a historic day for India in World Economy..
What this deal means India can carry out nuclear trade, which will help big time replinishing our fuel resources. It wil also allow access to sensitive hi-tech nuclear power which serves industry and help some sectors like Pharma, Defence, Manufacturing, IT, Space etc. There will be more easier access to Nuclear technology.
With this nuclear deal and NSG waiver, Its not only improved ties with the US, but also with other major powers like Germany, France, UK, Russia, Japan. At the same time, ties with China may have taken a backstep. The unexpected objections taken by China against the waiver in the NSG meeting could be indicative of some cold relationships with the neighbours.
Nevertheless, even with its pitfalls, the 123 Indo-US nuclear deal and NSG waiver came as a welcome deal for India. And i would say its a win win situation for India atleast as of now.
Our Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, has envisaged himself as a able leader of the country through the trust vote in the parliament and Nuclear deal.
Now hopefully the US congress also approves the 123 pact and the deal is expected to be signed at the end of this month. India wil also sign similar pacts with other Nuclear Suppliers.

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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Let Kids be Kids..

In this era, every parent wants his/her children to be best at everything. Children these days are pressurized so much to be perfect in every field.
Even the schools don't spare children, the study material is so advanced for a child's age. for eg. a pre-school child has to learn all basic subjects like mathematics, science , social sciences n all crap. I mean why does a pre-school child need to learn so much. And if a child doesn't do well, parents think the kid is abnormal.
Parents nowadays want their children to be best in all fields. Impose them with dance classes, Swimming classes, guitar classes for a 5 year olds.. I mean let them enjoy their childhood, their innocence, don't push children into the competition world right from the tender age. Anyway they have to face the cruel competitive world when they grow up..
Parents don't realize each child is special, everyone has their own good qualities n bad qualities, n what if ur child will not become a big shot doctor, or a company CEO n all, atleast they'l be themselves, happy to work what they r good at.
Let them grow in their own world of innocence and simplicity...
Life is not going to end in a single day, theres whole lot of time, let them learn life the natural way, don't impose life's values on them.

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Sunday, August 24, 2008

Disappointing start to the season !!

The Arsenal team started off with the new season of 2008-09 with a disappointing loss to Fulham, only in the 2nd game of the season.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger couldn't hold on to 2 very important players of the club as usual.. And Alexander hleb transfered out to Barcelona, Mathieu Flamini to AC Milan. Giving the club a title of a 'Selling Club'.
Not that you can't survive without these players, but you need more and more experienced players to win a seaon, not just youngsters. Arsene Wenger's policy to just buy youngsters, has been getting a lot of slack theses days, and after this loss, his policies will be more criticised.
Against a team like Fulham, who are by far one of the weakest teams in Premier league, Arsenal youngsters, completely looked like a bunch of school boys, trying to keep some possession. Of course gunners had their chances, but you got to convert those to win matches.. They looked totally out of place, there was no co-ordination between the players.
Its high time Mr. Wenger starts reconsidering his selection policies and game play and as soon as possible, or this season will again be like other trophy less season..

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Saturday, August 09, 2008

Book review : The 3 Mistakes of my Life

Recently i read this book by Best selling writer Chetan Bhagat titled " 3 mistakes of my life"
It is his 3rd book, this one is better than his 1st two writings...
Its about a small town gujarati boy from ahmedabad, who is passionate about his career, his business, his friends.... The story revolves around these 3 friends, whose lives r intermingled with each other.
Each of them have different goals, but they find a common solution to it. But they find many obstacles in life, in achieving their goals, from poverty,insecurity to politics, religion, riots etc.
Its a really nice book, which includes a basic life of a teenagers , to evolution into adults and dealing with national and worldly issues.
Hats off to Chetan Bhagat for coming up with such an awesome book ...
Must read for everyone...

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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Gunners' Greatest 50 players

The Official Website of Arsenal football club announced the list of all time greatest 50 players, based on a poll voted by all Arsenal Fans across the World.
It wa
s great to see a mixed bag of old and new legends in the list...
Here are the resul
ts from 1 - 50

Number 1 - Thierry Henry
Number 2 - Dennis Bergkamp
Number 3 - Tony Adams
Number 4 - Ian Wright
Number 5 - Patrick Vieira
Number 6 - Robert Pires
Number 7 - David Seaman
Number 8 - Liam Brady
Number 9 - Charlie George
Number 10 - Pat Jennings
Number 11 - Ljungberg
Number 12 - Marc Overmars
Number 13 - Kanu
Number 14 - David O'Leary
Number 15 - Sol Campbell
Number 16 - David Rocastle
Number 17 - Pat Rice
Number 18 - Cliff Bastin
Number 19 - Ray Parlour
Number 20 - Martin Keown
Number 21 - Lee Dixon
Number 22 - Emmanuel Petit
Number 23 - Brian Talbot
Number 24 - John Radford
Number 25 - Ashley Cole
Number 26 - Paul Merson
Number 27 - Alan Smith
Number 28 - Charlie Nicholas
Number 29 - Nicolas Anelka
Number 30 - Frank McLintock
Number 31 - Ted Drake
Number 32 - Nigel Winterburn
Number 33 - Sylvain Wiltord
Number 34 - Danny Clapton
Number 35 - Sammy Nelson
Number 36 - Kenny Sansom
Number 37 - Michael Thomas
Number 38 - Steve Williams
Number 39 - Bob Wilson
Number 40 - George Armstrong
Number 41 - George Eastham
Number 42 - George Graham
Number 43 - Andy Ducat
Number 44 - Malcolm Macdonald
Number 45 - Alan Ball
Number 46 - Alex James
Number 47 - Frank Stapleton
Number 48 - Tony Woodcock
Number 49 - David Jack
Number 50 - Peter Storey

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

I Know .....

I saw you after a long time you were waiting alone in the cafe..
I could see that sparkle in your eyes
when u saw me, walking on the alley-way
I could see that beautiful smile
When i waved at you
I know ...... that you were waiting for me..
When u came close to me,
My heart started beating faster,
Into never stopping arrythmias,
I know ..... you were feeling the same...
When u started talking
there was the same sweetness in ya voice...
so soothing like music to my ears..
Just wanted to keep listening..
I know ...... i couldn't hear anything else...
With every glance you gave me that real rush
I rose up in my seat feeling so blush
You flashed me your brilliant smile

felt like staring at you all the while
Watching you near after a long time..

I know ..... things wouldn't be the same...
Every hour with you was like a second
time flew by, but couldn't take my eyes of you.
The longing of my heart, the curiosity of my mind,
wanted to know more, know more about you
i know ..... time wouldn't be enough..
Goodbyes are never my favorite part,
Somewhere deep inside, felt incomplete
At one end was exalting joy,
other end was poignant sadness..
But it was time to face the truth.
I know ..... i would never be with you..

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Sunday, June 01, 2008

Death - Hardest Part of Life

Why is Death so difficult to deal with. After all everyone has to die some time in life. But we humans are so entwined with emotions, its difficult to part from your loved ones.
As Doctors, we have to go through lots of deaths of patients. Its not easy to face death. Though we are not related to the patients, it hurts when a patient dies. After all he/she is a father, mother, brother or sister to someone. Breaking the news of death to relatives is the hardest part of any doctor's profession. We try best to save someone but many times its not in our hands. No one likes deaths, its painful, but we have to just get on with our lives.
Ive seen so many young , old patients wid small to grave problems. Sometimes i can't understand the ways of God or Mother nature. Ive seen young 7 month old babies wid such grave tumours, bigger than the size of football. what wrong the young child has done to get such a bad condition, such a life which ended even before it started. It hurts to see the hope in the mother's eye that her child will be cured eventually, which we know its not possible. Thts why we say, enjoy your life to the fullest, make good use of your life, help people, who knows whats in store for you tomorrow.
Life is cruel sometimes. We should rather be happy with what we have. Well yeah Death is the end of life, and hardest part of life. but for some Death maybe the best part of life.

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Sunday, May 11, 2008

Pictures speak more than Words

Sometimes Pictures Speak more than words... Check out this amazing painting by an artist named Jim Warren. Lemme know what do u interpret from this painting..

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Another Disappointing Season

Ive been a big fan of Arsenal FC since bout 5-6 yrs... But this season's failure to win any titles hurt me the most.. Becoz the gunners were better than other teams almost the whole of the season.. In 1 month everytin changed.. A series of successive drawn games cost them the title.. . To make matters worse, we'l have to settle for the 3rd place in the English premier league and got knocked out of quarters in the Champion's League....
If u play badly n lose, it doesnt hurt u much. But if u play well and lose it hurts badly...
I think Arsenal Manager, Arsene wenger has to rethink his transfer policies, team selection n all.. Whts the use of 'Beautiful football' If u can't win any trophies.. After all thts wht u're actually playing for..
Ive started believing Arsenal can just nurture talent, but they can't hold on to them... Whts the use of bringing up a young talent if u can't make full use of the player.. Its been the case since a long time.. The charismatic Patrick Viera left arsenal for Juventus.. His presence in the team as a captain had a huge impact in the development of the team. Then the Arsenal legend Thiery henry left last season for barcelona.. the Names r plenty Sylvian Wiltord, Robert Pires, Sol Campbell, Lauren etc the list just goes on...
You need to have experienced players along with youth to win accolades.. not just youth...
Maybe thts why Manchester United and Chelsea have been very successful in the last few years..
I'l always be a Arsenal fan, but as a fan wud like the team to win more trophies not lose many..

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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Funny Kids !!!!

Some Really Funny Kids... U gotta watch all of them....

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Saturday, March 22, 2008

Super Duper Sunday !!!

This Sunday is a big day in English Premier league... The top 4 teams go head to head against each other what could be a decider for the title race..

A tough game.. But i think the match will be a Draw 1-1 with liverpool showing some guts to
salvage a Draw....

This game would be Another cracker.. i would go for 2-1 win for Arsenal. I know some one wudnt agree wid me. :P Go Gunners....


Manchester United dominated the game and defeated liverpool 3-0

Chelsea Vs Arsenal was a very hard fought and physical game... Chelsea came back from a goal down to snatch a famous victory 2-1 the final score.. all goals coming in 2nd half. They moved to 2nd place 5 points behind leaders Manchester United...

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Used Auto Parts

I recently came across a website for used automobile parts and automobile wrecking whose base is in Canada and now also in the U.S in New York.
This auto wreckers company goes by the name Standard Auto Wreckers. They are the leading Auto wreckers in Canada. They buy vehicles for wrecking and scrap. Parts are either sold Off the Shelf ready to go, or UPIC, where you pick your parts from the UPIC section of their yard.
They also buy used auto parts for sale and wrecking. They have a huge inventory of parts to choose from. and each one is cleaned, repaired, tested and ready to use. It ranges from engines, axles, steerings to body panels, doors, auto glass, gas tanks, radiators etc. and what more u get same day shipping and extended warranty on all parts. Standard also has a complete Tire shop for all your Wheel and Tire needs.
Another highlight is the Aftermarket parts. Standard’s Aftermarket Parts Department has access to over 15,000 body repair parts, including bumpers, fenders, hoods, doors, lamps, gas tanks, radiators, condensers and accessories for domestic and imported cars and trucks. Many Speciality parts like flywheels, door handles, tailgate cables etc are also available here. They give next day pick up in the Aftermarket department. They ensure there is full customer satisfaction.
The fun part is the their Free parts day.
Free Parts Days have become an annual event at Standard Auto Wreckers. On the specified weekends only, you pay $49.95 (incl. taxes) to enter our yard and remove all the parts you can carry out in your hands. You have access to more than 3000 cars and you can choose the part you're looking for. Isnt it fun ?

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Sunday, March 02, 2008

Pain No more

Time has come to make sum rap
its loads of crap.. who cares i like to rap bout sum crap...
lifes no cakewalk..
No man dont want more pain.. gimme sum good.
had lots of crap on my head...
No more tears, Need no one to wipe them either...
getta life stop livin in shadows..

U knw wht thers no 2nd chance...
gotta pounce or u aint gona shine
momma u alwys gave me the courage..
lost in a bit of rage..
im no exhausted wana fight till end.. until the fuckin back bends..
tired of smokin those blunts..
tired of those V-P shunts..
tired of those senseless hunts.
wana sumtin more of this old body brunt.
gime sum care, gime sum love, gime sum touch.. out of ur spare..
you try to match wits, you try to hold me but I bust through gonna make a break and take a fake..
no girlie dnt want tht stinkin shake..
thers sumtin thts gona break...
pay no heed its none of ur stupid business..
Ya one day im gona make it to guinness....
yu'll see why...
love u all coz u tolerate ma crap..
keep on crapping !!!!!
Peace out \ . . /

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Saturday, March 01, 2008

Its Been a While !!

Hey people , its been long time since i posted... Lot of things r happening in my life...
Lots of disappointments and lots of bitter success.
disappointments r hard to take..
but thts wht makes u stronger..
sumtimes its hard to stay on ground..
but doesn't hurt to stay positive..
After all theres always jitteriness out of comfort zone..

Ive been quite busy..
hope to be more regular..
Regularising the irregularities is not my regular work...
Not used to too much irregularities...
i rather shut up my crap.. and
add sum rap L8R..........
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Friday, February 01, 2008

Ek Din !!

एक दीन जीने दे मुझे ज़िँद्गी
एक दीन उड़ने दे आसमान में
एक दीन गीर्ने दे ज़मीन पर
एक दीन ख़ुशी से हँसने दे मुझे
एक दीन रोने दे मुझे दुःख में
तेरी हर ख़ुशी का हीस॒सा बन ने दे मुझे
तेरी हर दर्द का सहारा बन ने दे मुझे

एक दीन थम जाने दे
धड़कन रुख जाने दे
डरना क्या मेरे यारा
मेरी हर धड़कन तुम्हारे लीये है

एक दीन प्यार करने दे मुझे
एक दीन होश खोने दे मुझे
एक दीन डूबने दे तेरे आंखों में
एक दीन छूने दे तेरे कोमल घालों को
एक दीन बसने दे तेरे खयालों में
एक दीन सोने दे तेरी गोध में
एक दीन मरने दे तेरे प्यार में

प्यार करने वालों के इतिहास में
मुझे बी अमर होना है एक दीन

This is just a short write up i tried in hindi..
For International readers... Heres the English version .

One Day

Let Me live my life One Day
Let Me fly in the skies One Day
Let Me fall on the ground One Day
Let Me smile wid happiness
Let Me cry when im sad
Let Me be part of every happiness in your life
Let Me be your saviour in every moment of pain

Let this day stop
Let those heart beats stop
dont worry my friend
My every heart beat is yours

Let Me love One Day
Let Me lose my senses in your love
Let Me drown in your eyes One Day
Let Me feel your soft face
Let Me appear in your thoughts One Day
Let Me lie on you lap One Day
Let Me die in your love One Day

In the History of the Great Love Stories..
Want to find my name One Day...........

Sorry guys don't have much time so have just done the literal translation of my poem in Hindi
Hope it has come well..

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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Gone are the lovely Old Days

Recently I got a really interesting email. I thought I'l share it in my blog.
Every word in this article makes me wonder, Life was so beautiful when we were kids, and its changed so much today...

'Good old days'

When gulli-danda and kanche (marbles) were more popular than cricket ...

When we always had friends to play aais-paais (I Spy),chhepan- chhepai and pitthoo anytime

When we desperately waited for 'yeh jo hai jindagi' ..

When chitrahaar, vikram-baitaal, dada daadi ki kahaniyaan were so

When there was just one tv in every five houses and

When bisleris were not sold in the trains and we were worrying if papas will get back into the train in time or not when they were getting down at stations to fill up the water bottle ..

When we were going to bed by 9.00pm sharp except for the 'yeh jo hai
jindagi' day ..

When Holis & Diwalis meant mostly hand-made pakwaans and sweets and
moms seeking our help while preparing them

When Maths teachers were not worried of our mummys and papas while
slapping/beating us ..

When we were exchanging comics and stamps and chacha-chaudaris and
billus were our heroes ...

When we were in nanihaals every summer and loved flying kites and
plucking and eating unripe mangoes and leechis ..

When one movie every Sunday evening on television was more than asked
for and 'ek do teen chaar' and 'Rajni' inspired us

When 50 paisa meant at least 10 toffees ...

When left over pages of the last years notebooks were used for rough
work or even fair work

When 'chelpark' and 'natraaj' were encouraged against 'reynolds and
family' ..

When the first rain meant getting drenched and playing in water and mud and making 'kaagaj ki kishtis' ...

When there were no phones to tell friends that we will be at their
homes at six in the evening .

When our parents always had 15 paise blue colored 'antardesis' and 5 paise machli wale stamps at home

When we remembered tens of jokes and were not finding 'ice-cream and
papa' type jokes foolish enough to stop us from laughing ..

When we were not seeing patakhes on Diwalis and gulaals on Holis as air
and noise polluting or allergic agents ...

the list can be endless ..

on the serious note I would like to summarise with .

When we were using our hearts more than our brains, even for
scientifically brainy activities like 'thinking' and 'deciding' .

When we were crying and laughing more often, more openly and more
sincerily .

When we were enjoying our present more than worrying about our future ..
When being emotional was not synonymous to being weak

When journeys also were important and not just the destinations .

When life was a passenger's sleeper giving enough time and opportunity
to enjoy the sceneries from its open and transparent glass windows
instead of some superfast's second ac with its curtained, closed and dark
windows ...

I Really Miss them!!

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Monday, January 28, 2008

Online Football Manager Game

Hey Friends, Ive found a really cool Football manager game which you can play online.
You can Play it here at Hattrick.

Many of them might be knowing about this website, for those who don't heres a short description from Wikipedia

Hattrick is an online football game where you trade players and coach your team in competition with hundreds of thousands of opponents playing simultaneously from all over the world. As well as the game, the community of players provide a great deal of entertainment.

Currently, there are 120 countries represented in Hattrick. Each season, the HT team add new ones to the spectrum. There are over 900,000 managers all over the world.

After a short registration period, the user receives a team. Nearly always, the newbie takes over someone's old, defunct team, and the team's position in the league structure with an initial set of players, a weak coach, a small stadium, fanclub, and staff. The player is then free to manage his or her squad, sell and purchase the players, define a training scheme, and so forth. If the player is successful enough to win their league, he or she is granted promotion to a higher league the next four-months-long season, half of the time by automatic promotion and the other half via a qualifier game with a team that finished in the qualification zone in a league above.

Hattrick is completely free to play. The normal service includes the ability to change the training type, hire and fire your staff, buy and sell players, set your lineup for the match, invest in a youth squad, and run the club as an owner of a football club would. As with any manager game, the player must assign positions to the players and some basic tactics and strategic options.

The best part of the game is you start from ground zero at the bottom league and u have to use ur tactics and ability to take ur team to the top of ur country's league system. In addition there are also cup games like every other major football league in the world.

So what Are you waiting for All the football Crazy Fans, Go on and sign up for a Team Here.
Btw My team is Shash XI my id is 31443 .
If anyone wants to play friendlies, lemme know..

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Saturday, January 26, 2008

Happy Republic Day

Today is Republic Day of India.
Most of us Indians don't know the significance of republic day and why it is celebrated.
I take the privilege to explain some facts of Republic Day of India...

Why is it Celebrated?
The Republic Day of India is a national holiday of India to mark the adoption of the Constitution of India and the transition of India from a British Rule to a republic on January 26, 1950. It is one of the three national holidays in India.

Well India got Independence earlier than that on 15th August 1947. The Constitution came into effect only in 1950. So to mark the birth of a new constitution in our country we celebrate Republic Day. During this transition period from 1947 to 1950, King George VI was the head of country. C. Rajagopalachari served as the Governor-General of India during this period. Following January 26, 1950, Rajendra Prasad was elected as the president of India.

How is it Celebrated?
This day Every year a grand parade is held in the capital, New Delhi, from the Raisina Hill near the Rashtrapati Bhavan (President's Palace), along the Rajpath, past India Gate and on to the historic Red Fort. The different regiments of the Army, the Navy and the Air Force march past in all their finery and official decorations. The President of India who is the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces, takes the salute. Parades demonstrating the cultures of the various states and regions of India are also held and broadcast nationwide on television. The parade also includes vibrant displays and floats and traditionally ends with a flypast by Indian Air Force jets.

Celebrations are also held in state capitals, where the governor of the state unfurls the national flag.

The Most Important part of the Celebrations is the Republic Day Parade
The Republic Day Parade is an annual military and cultural parade held in the Indian Capital of New Delhi on 26 January, the Republic Day of India. Republic Day is celebrated with the hoisting of the national flag, and parades by the armed forces and school children all over the country. The largest, and most important, of these parades takes place in New Delhi, and the phrase "Republic Day Parade" generally refers to the parade in New Delhi.

Before the parade starts, the Prime Minister of India lays a wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti at India Gate, commemorating all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives for the country. The President, who is also the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, then arrives in his motorcade, escorted by his bodyguards. The President is accompanied by a notable foreign Head of State - who is the Chief Guest at the celebration. The President presides over the function. Soon afterward, a 21 gun salute is presented, the President unfurls the National Flag and the National Anthem is played. This marks the beginning of the parade.

The Parade begins with winners of gallantry awards passing the President in open jeeps. Various divisions of the Armed Forces then salute the President of India. The parade also sees the Indian Military showcasing its latest acquisitions such as tanks, missiles, radars, etc.

The military contingent contains representatives of all three divisions of the Armed Forces (air, sea and land). There are also massive parades of Police contingents, Home guards , Civil Defense and the National Cadet Corps.

The military parade is followed by a colourful cultural parade. India's rich cultural heritage is paraded with beauty from various states. Each state depicts its unique festivals, historical locations and art forms. The most cheered section of the parade is the children who have won National Bravery Awards. They ride past the dais on elephants. School-children from all over the country also participate in the parade. The parade also includes displays of skillful motor-cycle riding, usually by a division from one of the Armed Forces.

An eagerly awaited part of the parade is the fly past, put on by the Indian Air Force. The parade concludes with a Fly Past, when fighter planes of the IAF roar past the dais, symbolically saluting the President.

However, the official conclusion of Republic Day festivities is much later - on the evening of January 29, i.e. three days after Republic Day. This ceremony is called Beating the Retreat.

The processions starts by moving down from the Rashtrapati Bhavan through Rajpath, past the India Gate and on to Con naught Place, the heart of the city, to enter the historic Red Fort. The crowds sit on either side of the route and the VIP enclosure is on the Southern flank of Rajpath, near India Gate.

The Chief Guests to the Function are usually the Head of state from different nations. This Year French President Nicholas Sarkozy will preside as the Chief Guest to the Function.

I hope this information might help us know more about our rich History

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Thursday, January 24, 2008


This is a Page exclusively for all the Awards i received from fellow Bloggers..
Thank you all...

Blog of the Day Award

Blog Awards Winner

The Eagle Nest Blog Award

Candied Apple Award - Thanks to Preetilata

Interesting Blog Award - Thanks to Preetilata

Best Friends Award - Thanks to Anoushka

Bloggers of the World Award - Thanks to Mads

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Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Im Back..

Hey guys im back from my hibernation...
will start posting soon.... Great to be back to the blogging world...
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