Thursday, June 11, 2009
Well So did others….
iPhone or HiPhone?
Panasonic or PenesmiG or Panosaonic
Adidas or Sdidsa or Daiads or Adidos
Converse or Cnovesre
Sony or Sqny or sonia
KFC or KLC
Puma or Punk or fuma
Mcdonalds or McDuck
PSP or PDP
Lastly a Fake Rollce Royce……
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
We interviewed few of political leaders to understand their opposition to Women reservation bill. Following are some of the reasons we could uncover
As Explained by Party Leaders
Difficulty Parliamentary debates
Difficulties during defection negotiation
Difference of Perception
And also a sinister plan
today laloo revealed to media about this. he said
After much persuasion Laloo revealed to this team the sinister plan hatched by womens. Its a plan so daring that it would send chill thru the spines of every man. And the Plan is a secret remote control
And them some say its all because
These critics belonging to the caste-based regional parties. they are actually not against the reservations per se, but only against the possibility of upper castes benefiting from the move. In a colourful phrase, while opposing the bill during an earlier session of parliament, JD-U leader Sharad Yadav had sarcastically observed that only 'parkati' (wingless) women or those with bobbed hair will become MPs and MLAs if the legislation comes into force.
Guess what, Many months and an election later Kalavati seems to have been relegated to those video-taped recordings of that fiery speech. The local administration in Maharashtra has not fulfilled any of the promises — house, electricity, funds for children's education within 15 days — made by Rahul Gandhi.
In fact last week, She was not even allowed audience with Rahul Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi’s office turned her back saying that the young MP is too busy for an appointment. An disappointed Kalawati says…
“I am here to remind Rahul Gandhi of the promises he made to me, nothing has changed in my life, I continue to live without a house, without healthcare in my village,”
Tuesday, June 09, 2009
- The Prime Minister, Defence Minister, HRD Minister and Home Minister for four and a half years (Shivraj Patil) did not contest. In fact, 21 ministers in the previous UPA government did not contest the Lok Sabha elections
- Mani Shankar Aiyar, Santosh Mohan Deb, Anbumani Ramadoss, Shankar Singh Vaghela and Renuka Chaudhary (all cabinet ministers) lost. Total of 16 ministers lost the polls
- The present Home Minister (P Chidambaram) won only after a recount.
- We are being told day in day out that this election is death of Hindutva, the Doyens of Indian brand of secularism also lost miserable, Left Parties were reduced to 43. Others like Lalu Prasad came down from 23 to 4 and Mulayam Singh Yadav from 38 to 22 seats. And they say this
Monday, June 08, 2009
Being tall can really have its advantages, for a new study has found that the taller you are, the more you earn. What’s more, overweight people earn more than their skinny workmates, the study found. Australian researchers have found that a man who is six foot can expect to take home a "wage premium" of almost 1000 dollars a year.
Similarly, Fat men earn 5 per cent more than their trimmer colleagues. And thin women don''t earn higher wages.
Gosaba on Sunday, Hingalganj on Tuesday. Twice in three days, chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee confronted a surge of anger, frustration and discontent as he visited victims of Cyclone Aila. Buddha perhaps for first time in his life was jeered by the crowd and asked to return to Kolkata.
Now cut to the relief work spearheaded by Seva Bharati – Seva Vibhag of RSS
It was a nightmarish experience for 50-odd swayamsevaks who braved the storm and rains and started distributing relief to distressed villagers at Basanti, Sonakhali, Kultuli, Gosaba, Pathankhali, Hemnagar and Mandirghat within six hours after the Aila lashed villages in the Sunderbans on May 25.
Initially, the starving villagers took swayamsevaks as state government relief employees and started to hurl abuses. However, when the distressed villagers discovered that they were RSS volunteers and risked their lives to bring them relief materials, they were simply over-joyed and begged pardon for their initial mistake. Women blew conch-shells to welcome the swayamsevaks in their mud houses.
Swayamsevaks of the two neighbouring districts have set up 32 relief camps and have been feeding about 30,000 cyclone-hit hapless villagers daily since May 26. The worst affected are the five blocks, Hasnabad, Najat, Sandeshkhali I & II and Hingalganj. Here 50 shakhas are affected due to large-scale inundation. Even after flooding, swayamsevaks are running two relief camps in Basantitala where cooked food is supplied to nearly 4,000 villagers daily. As the villagers have lost everything and have no means to cook rice, the meals are being cooked at the RSS relief centres on the main land and then transported by country boats to relief camps set up by sawyamsevaks in far-flung Sunderban islands daily.
AN APPEALRSS has appealed to people all over the country to come forward at this time of crisis and shoulder some social responsibility by donating liberally to organisations like Bastuhara Sahayata Samiti, RSS Samaj Sewa Bharati, Friends of Tribal Society and Bharat Sevashram Sangh.
Sudheendra Kulkarni, the self professed BJP intellectual.