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Bangalore Comic Con is scheduled to be held from 12-09-2014 to 14-09-2014 at White Orchid Convention Center, Nagavara, Bengaluru. Flipkart is coming out with a great surprise for you. It is associating with Amar Chitra Katha, one of the most loved stories across the country, to come up with twelve exclusive stalls at the ComicCon.


Amar Chitra Katha’s Ultimate Collection containing 315 titles & 10 Special Collections will be on display. And, guess what? Buy the bad box set at the comic con and Flipkart will very generously give you the 7 inch Digiflip Pro Tablet worth Rs. 5999 for Free!

Not just this, there is plenty more in store for the kids, an entire stall built in the shape of a fort – The Flipkart ACK Fort will amuse them. There would be story telling sessions and kids get to participate in raffles, quizzes, photo ops, storytelling and book reading.  They can even give their archery skills a shot at a booth that tests the “Pandava Arjun” in them. So, friends mark the date on your calendar and do visit the event to enjoy Flipkart’s exclusive treat!


So, after Bhushans and Kejriwal finally the Anti-Anna people have found a string to tie Ms. Kiran Bedi under corruption charges.
The first woman IPS of the country and winner of various Gallantry awards has been accussed of inflating travel charges paid by an NGO on account of travels made for delivering speeches at various places.
In his defence, Miss Bedi has clarified that she had done so to meet the expenses of her NGO which are not sponsored.
If we unlink Miss Bedi from the campaign against corruption and have a lighter view on this, we will find that this is a very common practice implemented at every stage of life. A housewife inflate a certain of bill to cop up with other expenses, A student inflate the fees, book prices to spend some extra activities, A canteen wala charges a fraction more from few to feed some at lower rate. In most of the cases the reason is not corrupt and in few the inflated amount is used for the most honest work.
Such is the case of Ms. Bedi, She might have very good intentions, but she has given a chance to others to charge her with corruption.
So, it’s upto us to decide whether it tantamounts to corruption or not.

few words……

Posted: July 22, 2010 in Uncategorized

Andhere ke saye me ye ansu apne saath kuch dard baha le jaate hai, par har din ye muje nae dard me tadapta paate hai.


Posted: April 11, 2010 in Uncategorized
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“Dantewada”, many of us might have heard/overheard this word over the last week, but does it haunt you? It might not to most of us, but it certainly do haunt dozens of grieved families of quarter-ton CRPF jawans killed in the Massacre on Tuesday. The ill trained/equipped were trapped in a well planned attack and booby troops by hundred of maoists hiding in dense forests, they were brutally killed, blown up with pressure mines and later on looted of their weapons. It was major setback to the policy adopted by the home minister to tackle with the Maoists. There was major failure of intelligence, application and strategy and soon the phrases articulated with some elite vocabulary borrowed from US like “Clear, hold and build” were replaced by another set of vocabulary i.e. “Where does the buck stop?” It was wise on the part of PC not to pass the buck and morally claiming that the buck stops nowhere but on his own desk unlike his previous statement where he claimed CM Buddadheb’s desk to be the final halt of the Buck. But, Rather than marking end points for the “Buck” or passing it from one person to other, we especially our home minister should be more concerned about carving out the plans to remove the “buck”. No wonder this government has ministers which has such a flabbergasting oratory that they can please anyone with spontaneous flow of words. They have been doing it very well since they have got elected, but now it’s the time to translate those words into action. It’s the time when we should unwrap the cloak of Robinhood which the Maoists are wearing. With brutal killings of the security personals they Maoists are losing sympathy for them among the tribals which are now inclining toward the Government. Maoists have surely given the tribal people the guns, the power to kill, but they certainly haven’t provided them the thing they are fighting for. Tribal people now can kill but their children still cannot go to school, their villages are still deprived of the basic necessities like roads, water, and electricity. There is no ambiguity in the fact that it’s the Indian Government and not the Maoists that can fulfill the needs of Tribal People. No wonder we can not by pass the Maoists and directly lure the tribals by providing them education, development and proper resources. We have to deal with violence and the threats posed by the Maoists. We have to eradicate the Maoists and then develop the region. It should be the way it was said by PC “Clear, hold and build”. But the area should be cleared with the consensus of the common people with zero collateral damage and then the process of building up the region should be started.

few words

Posted: November 29, 2009 in Uncategorized

Tuje chaha tha to ye nai socha tha k tere bin har khushi kho jaegi
Abh is jindagi se mohabbat kar bethe hai, ye bhi bewafa ho jaegi