Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Month of September.... ;(

Let me recall...

Sep 2005 : Ran away from Pune University.... Leaving my PG Diploma in between. Parents had high hopes for me.. proudly said to everyone that their son got selected for PG.

SEP 2006 : After joining Infy in June 2006, suffered Stone in my right kidney.... cant forgot that killer pain......admitted in Hospital....celebrated my birthday over there.... :)

SEP 2007 : Worst time of my life..... (Frnds knows about it....for others I will take it offline.....)

SEP 2008 : Again boring period... Short Days....Seems winter going to start.... :9.. Hate this season.....No frnd to talk.... just routine work... Even no plan for bday...

Dont know what will happen.....

lets see...fingers crossed....

Monday, August 11, 2008

Finally Gold for India After 28 years...... :) :)

Abhinav Bindra won India's first-ever individual Olympic gold medal when he claimed the men's 10m Air Rifle shooting title here on Monday. The medal is India's first-ever individual gold, and the first gold medal the country has won since 1980, when the hockey team emerged triumphant in Moscow.

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Musical Tag!!

Below are some songs which I co-related with various stages of my life...try this out...its fun :-)

My Childhood
Is there a doubt about this?? It has to be
“Jungle Jungle baat chali hai, pata chala hai!!
Chaddi pehen ke phool khila hai, phool khila hai” from the Jungle book cartoon series:DD )

My First Crush
It was in the 11th std. At that time I was totally into this Boyzone cassette that I had. “Picture of You”, “You’re the air that I breathe” were the songs I tried to associate her with:D:D ah it was a magical period.

My First Best Friend
“Yaaron” by KK, koi shak??

My School
“Yahaan ke hum sikandar” from the GREATEST school flick ever, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar.

My Teenage Years
WWE Superstars’ entry music, specially Stone Cold Steve Austin’s bursting glass music and The Rock’s “If ya smelll what the Rock, is cookin’”

My First Cassette
“Thanda Thanda Paani” by none other that the great Indi-pop rapper Baba Sehgal:D

My Reason to Dance
“Brazil” by Vengaboyz, “Let the music play” by Shamur, “Ishq tera tadpaave” by Sukhbir (pity anyone who dosent feel like dancing to this number)

My Best Friend Always
“I’ll Be There For You” by the Rembrandts aka the OST of F.R.I.E.N.D.S!!

Bike/Car rides
“Dhoom Machale” by Tata Young

Song for Rainy Day
“Dekho Baarish ho rahi hai” by Anu Malik =))=))

My first love
“Pehla Nasha”, no other song can descibe first love better than this one.

“BC Sutta!!!” by Zeest,
“If Ya Smell, what the Rock, is cookin’?” The Rock entry music,
“Dil chahta hai” from DCH,
“Woh Lamhay” by Jal,
and above all “Tum To Thehre Pardesi” by the Guiness record holder Altaf Raja

My School Gang
WWE Themes. We were majorly into

A song that brings a tear to my eye
“Ye jo desh hai mera” from Swades. It kinda chokes my throat. And also “Earth Song” by Micheal Jackson.

My current state of mind
“Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” by Green Day. “I walk a lonely road, the only one that I have ever known, Dont know where it goes, But its home to me and I walk alone” powerful lines those!!

My All time favourites
“Nothing’s Gonna Change My Love For You” by Glen Mederios,
“Pehla Nasha” from JJWS,
“Pal” by KK,
“Careless whisper” by George Micheal
“Last Christmas” George Micheal and
“Lose Yourself” by Eminem!!

Monday, July 28, 2008

Same Question........

.....from nowhere she sprang to the windshield of my car and started wiping the glass. i tried hard to ignore at first but couldn't. i looked at her and my hand searched for some thing to give to her instantly but i was not able to find anything to give to her . time was running out as the traffic signal seconds read 9,8,7.....then i got hold of a pen in my car . i gave it to her without thinking any further. she looked amused ,she hesitated for a moment and then she accepted just before i spode off. i looked in the back view mirror and found her looking at the pen holding in front of her eyes . just hope that one day she makes a good use of it and inspires herself to study . i just hope . i know i have done nothing for her and in those kind of fleeting moments , i will never be able to do anything except just thinking and feeling sorry for them and boring my friends on net with these posts about street children but i hope for myself that i would be able to do something solid for them , rather than just plain wish, one day.

Sunday, July 27, 2008

Time, please....

It’s now 5:30 pm as I write this article. The clock keeps ticking, time keeps running. Day in and day out it moves ahead with one purpose in mind – to reach the next moment. Time never tires up. Time never sways from its path. Time is a great teacher, isn’t it? It teaches us never to look back – “Jo beet gayi, so baat gayi”. It teaches us a great lesson in determination and constancy of purpose. Learn from your mistakes and move ahead. Never deviate from your path. Always be aware of your target.

Time has another unique quality- it waits for none. We got to keep up with it or we will be left behind. There will be incidents which will cause a dent in our hearts; there will be times when things won’t go according to our plans. It is in these very moments that our true character is tested. If we learn to smile at troubles and deal with them with a valiant heart, we will lead a life of honour, a life of contentment; in other words, a happy life.
So whenever things go against us, we shall shed a tear, even cry our hearts out, we shall be gloomy for a while, and that’s it. If we spend too much time glorifying our sorrow, time will flee and we will spend our lives trying to catch up with it. So let’s try it friends. From now on when something bad happens we will cry, we will be sad for a while but before time goes out of sight we will be back on our feet ready to enjoy our lives once again. Even if we have a hundred reasons to smile we tend to view our sorrows with a magnifying glass and forget that life is to be enjoyed, it’s not meant to be spent in tears. So from now on we will use that magnifying glass to view our happiness instead!

Thursday, April 17, 2008

China, Olypmics, Free Tibet.............. Whats GoingOn?

Nazi Germany hosted the Olympics, a segregated America hosted it, a divided Korea hosted it, so why not China? It is appropriate reward for their sporting achievements.
On the other hand, India's participation will make no difference except to some poor hardworking, unsung athletes.
And as far as Tibet is concerned, all we need to do is look at our own "backyard" read Kashmir, Assam, Mizoram etc.
So why don't we separate sport from whatever our political beliefs may be, and just support the spirit of the games.