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Commented on isadimwit's blog

Kya aap paachvi paas se tez hain?

Apr 01, 2008 12:58 PM

That's a good suggestion I wish you get your money and treat your neice and also open a school for children like her. I hope your neice will get well soon too. What was that other lady's project. My god I am amazed to hear that she already has 3 and wants to adopt 10 more! that's a real hard work. I...t true. Only a privileged few in our country can go to school. In that sense if it is a contest about knowledge of children then it would be gr8 if the money involved is put in the use of spreading knowledge to underprivileged children.Read More

Commented on Winglet's blog

A callous mom

Mar 31, 2008 04:44 PM

Not just Goa The worst thing that Goa police did was trying to cover it up. Now people have a lot of sympathy for the lady. But tell me who ensures security and safety. If you don't lock your belongings you can't avoid a theft. Similarly if you aer flirting in a bar in an inebriated state with men, ...cahnce are you would be taken advantage of.... NO one will think that you are chaste and virginal. I have been to Goa many a times. The beaches are strewn with police. So bad is the case that it looks like Srinagar. Women lay about nude and large chunks of Indian men, goans, north indians, south Indians and almost every possible indians would be standing there gawking at them. even married men with newly wed wives in tow can be found drooling or giggling at those white women. Even civilised Indians like us can't go to such beaches cause we can't sit comfortably because of the handful of hooligans lurking about just for some voyeuristic pleasure. Solution we need is either a total mindset change of the entire nation -- which can only happen 200 yrs later.. OR totally seal off such beaches from Indians.Read More

Commented on Winglet's blog

A callous mom

Mar 31, 2008 04:07 PM (Updated Mar 31, 2008 04:08 PM)

unwanted guests Anybody who has been to Anjuna, Palolem, Manali, Jaisalmer, Pushkar etc, will unanimously agree that a large chunk of tourists are languishing there for the easily available drugs. Last year 104 such foreigners were deported because they fudged their visa to overstay in India. The fi...rst thing these guys look for in India is ’Marijuana, charas, ganja, and a whole jingbang of drugs. Everybody knows that the people dealing in drugs are not going to be law abiding clean or safe people in any part of the world. First she comes to a foreign country makes friends with seedy people, then leaves her young beautiful daughter with those new ’friends’ who she immensly trusts and then creates a furore when things go wrong. She is unable to accept the fact that she trusted the wrong people. The same incident could have happened in Rome, cloumbia or bangkok. Or even her own neighbourhood. DOes UK or US lack rapists... or drug dealers... do we call those places unsafe for tourists. It is not written on a man’s forehead whether he is a saint or a rapist. It is in our sense and sensibility that we should safegaurd our children. Especially now in this period when kids are geeting raped by their uncles, fathers and neighbours. Even 3 month old babies aren’t safe with strangers. bottom line is that Julio was her boyfriend and he might have been a part to the crime. So how does it link with the entire nation’s tourism policy? Isn’t date raping a common crime US and UK?Read More

Commented on isadimwit's blog

Kya aap paachvi paas se tez hain?

Mar 31, 2008 03:48 PM

pass on the info I have already passed on this article to many over the net so that if they are trying to get into paanchvi pass then they will get cautious when selected and not try to prove their intelligence. Instead try to shwo low IQ and get selected first.

Commented on isadimwit's blog

Kya aap paachvi paas se tez hain?

Mar 31, 2008 03:46 PM

No respect for knowledge It is after all a game show for dimwits. I know somebody who went to KBC. There the questions were tough so they looked for people with average IQ. But here the questions are really childish. So they are looking for people with lesser IQ. How else will they be able to make h...im a laughing stock. Now some people may even cheat star plus by pretending to be foolish and enter the contest on the sly. But the success of any quiz show depends on the level of intelligence. So naturally when the average man will see people making stupid mistakes they will not be able to identify with them and the TRP will fall. Instead if they kept intelligent people and then asked them tough questions people will watch it eagerly. Star TV will in any condition axe their own two feet.Read More

Commented on isadimwit's blog

Kya aap paachvi paas se tez hain?

Mar 30, 2008 01:49 PM

All this is a gimmick If anybody follows the music programs, you will notice that the hot favorites, usually the best singers are always lagging behind in the voting tally. Right now they are showing that Anwesha is lagging behind in the Star Chhote Ustaad program. The idea is that any sane person o...n seeing it will try to frantically vote for the deserving candidate. Because everybody wants the more talented person to win. One crore frantic votes is enough to raise 6 crores for these mobile companies and TV companies -- IN A DAY.... Can you imagine what they are actually earning in total. And then these people crib, this is a poor country where 6000 babies are dying of hunger... IN A DAY... EVERY DAY.Read More

Commented on rahulvasisht's review

Feb 13, 2008 01:18 PM

Hey I was just going thru the book at the world book fair. It's a gr8 show and a gr8 book. You bet there are several such clubs in India. But the problem with Indian media is that they are either showing a very wrong picture of rowdy bikers... or ones with fake attitude and put on attire and makeup...... like the roadies. They can't get the real picture of the real biking community in India. If you can manage then read the feb issue of india today travel plus. There is an interesting story of a biking couple who actually went to their honeymoon on a ride from delhi to goa. its an interesting article.Read More

Commented on rahulvasisht's review

Feb 13, 2008 01:18 PM

Hey I was just going thru the book at the world book fair. It's a gr8 show and a gr8 book. You bet there are several such clubs in India. But the problem with Indian media is that they are either showing a very wrong picture of rowdy bikers... or ones with fake attitude and put on attire and makeup...... like the roadies. They can't get the real picture of the real biking community in India. If you can manage then read the feb issue of india today travel plus. There is an interesting story of a biking couple who actually went to their honeymoon on a ride from delhi to goa. its an interesting article.Read More

Commented on own review

Apr 03, 2007 03:07 PM (Updated Apr 03, 2007 03:07 PM)

Hi Everybody... thanks that you liked my review. Mountainlover, what you have chosen as an alias can go as an adjective for me. I'm glad that you liked the write up. I try to make it a point to write from my heart and not just a tourist manual. I would be the happiest person if I could convin...ce each reader on this site to visit the places I write about. I write a lot, but mainly for money. I will try to publish some of my older articles for other places as soon as I find them up for review.Read More

Followed poo.anil , kalyan_baital

Jun 23, 2006 11:22 AM

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Followed pri20 , amateurabe , mbfarookh

Jun 14, 2006 02:48 PM

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Reviewed Tungnath

Jun 13, 2006 04:18 PM 8252 Views

(Updated Dec 08, 2006 02:40 PM)

In Garhwali folklore of Uttaranchal, “Every Mountain is Mahadev and every river is Ganga.” The idea being every peak and every rivulet in the Himalayas are as worthy of reverence as gods. Whether its love of nature or fear of God that has created this myth, but it’s true that every bend in Uttar...Read more

Commented on own review

Jun 12, 2006 05:02 PM

I really appreaciate the positive feedback. I would definitely try to sqeeze in some quality revu time in my work schedule from now on. u r right some times it helps to get several opinions, as one might be biased and lead to a tilted view.

Reviewed Shoja

Jun 12, 2006 04:05 PM 5416 Views

(Updated Jun 12, 2006 04:10 PM)

Going to Himachal in June will bring onheaps of warnings ... but it's as safe asDelhi in Rain, provided you avoid the cloudbursts zone and come back before the torrestial rains of July... So here's to Rain in Himachal. "SHOJA" in pure Bangla means straight. When I first heard of Shoja, I laug...Read more

Commented on jjmj28's review

Jun 08, 2006 01:14 PM

YOu have raised a good questions... where is the TV entertainment going to... My question is, why does all this happening to Gujratis? NO offence menat to any community, but don't you think that the Gujrati obsession is taking the TV by a storm, or rather shows the blinkered vision of tv writers....... Khichri, Ba bahoo and baby, Kya hoga nimmo ka, Thori khushi thore gam, Kyunki, Srabhai vs Sarabhai... and the list goes on. After sardarjis, have the creative writers found a new scapegoat for their amusement. As far as I knew Gujrati women were supposed to be extremely intelligent, ahighly educated and emancipated. Is this some kind of a cultural revenge to show the Gujrati women in a bad light....Read More

Commented on own review

Jun 06, 2006 03:39 PM

I rarely write here, cos somebody or the other has already written about something that I want to write... But once in a while when I encounter a bad product, I do feel the need to inform people, so that people can use that as a guide. I think now even I will go for men's jeans and get the length al...tered... what to do? Have to look for a way.Read More

Reviewed Levis

Jun 06, 2006 11:38 AM 4508 Views

(Updated Jun 06, 2006 11:50 AM)

There is something about a pair of jeans, which can't be overshadowed by the advent of black suits, Patiala salwars, gypsy skirts and corporate attire. My last three days of the week are always reserved for the true blue denim and white shirts. Couple of days back I realized that too many hrs in...Read more

Reviewed Singer298SA00 Classic

Apr 23, 2005 10:15 AM 18969 Views

(Updated Apr 23, 2005 10:15 AM)

Hi everybody. This is the first time I'm writing a review. I learned to stich in 1986. At that time I had a singer merritt machine. I stiched loads and loads of clothes for about 10 years. then one day in 1996, dad bought the singer fashion maker classic N. He wanted it to be a grand surprise fo...Read more

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