thoughts and some feelings, all mine:
Cola case, Jitendra Awhad telling his followers to travel without ticket and Raj
Thackeray asking followers to break toll posts show we have two types of
leaders who do not value rule of law – those who remain silent [as in Campa Cola case], and those who
has turned hostile in Salman Khan’s hit-n-run case. That ‘the law has been hit
and Salman Khan has run away’ sums up this hit-n-run case crisply.
fishermen catch fish and Sri Lankan authorities catch fishermen. Wise strategy,
reports are that English fans tweeted demanding expulsion of Uruguay’s Suarez,
a Liverpool player, who scored a goal against England, throwing them out of the
World Cup. I wonder if Indian fans will ask expulsion of Kevin Pietersen from
IPL if he thrashes India in the England series.
question in my mind is not whether the rail fare increase will be reduced, the
question is when political parties will declare Bharat Bandh.
only agencies to keep official account of black money are Swiss Banks.
answer to the question “Kaun Banega Crorepati” is obvious : Amitabh Bachchan! He
does it with every episode!!
next round of Preity-Ness fight will be played in the Board room of Kings XI
this: Working abroad is fraught with danger as we see in the case of stranded
Indians in Iraq, and it reminds us that money and risk are ‘made for each
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