Monday, November 27, 2006

Aaram Karo

Break-up ke side effects

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Parking problem

There are some things i really want to discus with people.Have you ever observed in the Two-wheeler parkings,they charge Rs 10-15 to look after the vehicle and still they dont take responsibility of helmet, even if i lock the helmet with helmet lock.
I have a point to raise at this. Why wont they take responsibility of helmet? My helmet is locked with the bike so technically it is the part of my bike and if somebody tries to steal the helmet, he has to touch the bike also. And since i have given parking fee, they should protect my vehicle if some stranger touches it. So this way they are responsible to any damage caused to my helmet.

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Shameful Act

Yesterday i saw Mr. Farookh Abdulla protesting against the death sentence for Mohd. Afzal (the man who helped the terrorists to plan the attack on Indian Parliament). Abdulla says that if Afzal is given the death penalty then sentiments of people in J&K could not be controlled.
How a responsible(?) leader can probably think of nurturing such sentiments. He is justifying the people who are against this SC order? And that too on the name of religion? Disgusting.

What a message it will give to the terrorists, "Come to India,kill people, do whatever you want to do.. at the end of the day somebody will stand in favour of you and you wont get death sentence". And then again attempts like hijacking IC-816 will happen to free those terrorists.

And then Mr. Abdulla gives an argument that, there were some more poeple involved in this attack. And if some time down the line pakistan hands them over to India(Pak will handover only if India promises that they wont be given death sentence) in that scenario it will be unjust for this man(Afzal). What a weak argument? When our soldiers fight in the battle,they kill the enemies that come in their way, but should they spare these enemy solders just because other enemy solders are not being killed?

The one who is helping terrorist is also a terrorist, and a terrorist's punishment cannot be evaluated on sentimental grounds. Above all, can a terrorist be given the consideration that are given to a civilian?

Saturday, September 16, 2006

DLF Cup or D/L Cup

India's last 2 outings were stabbed by bad weather. Both the time weather seems to be favouring the indian opponent. While in first match Indian batsmen put up a good show, and bowlers didnt get the chance to finish the game, in the second, bowlers showed their skills and batsmen were disappointed by rain.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Whom to blame???

India is a country with wonderful people. Everybody has some or other complaint from the govt/society. And everybody is a part of these systems but how easily they ignore their own responsibility towards the system and point fingers on others.
The day started as usual. Ravi Saxena, a Govt employee was as usual getting late for the office. He checked his schedule....9:30 office, 12:30-1:00 He has to go to Bunty's school to pay the fee for next 3 months, 5 PM meeting with property dealer........
Ravi catches the bus and shoots towards his office situated in Govindpuri. He is already 10 mins late and there is a long queue in front of his counter. Some already started cursing the way govt employees work. So its just another day started with hassles.
As the clock ticks past 12:15 he start worrying coz he has to go to kidwai Nagar and diposite the fee of his 8 year old kid. Today is the last day otherwise he'll have to face Rs. 500/- as penalty. He puts "Out for Lunch" board on his window and shoots towards the exit. The people in the queue start shouting as they see him putting that board. Lunch time is 1:00 PM and its still 12:15 PM........................
Ravi straightway catches an autorickshaw, as he has to reach before 1:00 (Lunch time in the school). Another office and another queue. Seems there's nothing happening in this country, as india stands way behind in the list of developing nations, Ravi is also way behind in the queue. Waiting for his turn. And before he could reach the window, the clock ticks to 1:00 and the counter is closed till 1:30.
He cant do anything but to wait till 1:30. The clerk at fee window (Subhash) also has same story. He will skip his lunch to pay his electricity bill else his family would have to reamin in dark.
Subhash is rushing towards the Saket Nagar office of Electricity Supply Board. He spots the shortest queue and stands waiting. The moment you pick a queue, the other queue seems to be moving faster. Anyways, Subhash is the one who is not moved by such mirages. But this time his queue really stopped moving. The person in the window is processing very slowly. The actual worker ("Vinod Kumar",as the name plate reads )of this window is on half day today, so a person who has no experience of handling the working,is made to sit and dealing at the window. Just another face of India. Here are wrong people at wrong place at wrong times. Even computerization cannot help in such situation. It reminds me of a principle of physical chemistry,"A process is as slow as its slowest event"
God!!! what will happen to this country....lots of efforts go without result,how can we progress? Meanwhile Vinod Kumar is standing in another queue, waiting for the person in reservation counter to come after lunch. Lunch time is over an hour before, but the person on duty hasnt returned to his seat. And again the crowd seems annoyed at the way proceedings take place in govt offices. The name plate on the counter reads "Ravi Saxena".....................