Tuesday, October 20, 2009

The "she" in life

I bought a new pulsar couple months ago. One of my friend asked why i bought the bike. I gave him a reason- "I never knew how to ride a bike so I wanted to learn it in my lifetime I wished to have a bike of my own". Although this is a valid reason I found to tell everyone who asked this question but the real reason is "she" wanted me to buy a black pulsar.
A women has so much of an influence in a mans life. After "she" entered my life my hair, dress, eating everything has changed. I started to compromise in everything I did on my wish till now (I don't have any complaints about this). I am wondering if same is the case with her too.
Yesterday I attended a wedding reception I looked myself and was surprised- shoe "her choice", jeans "her choice", shirt the one "she" gifted, hair style because "she" likes, mobile "she" choose, bike "her choice", bike's key chain "she" gifted. WHERE IS MY IDENTITY !!!

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Hunger, stays...

There is so much around me. I don't know anything. I keep saying to myself "keep learning".

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Short visit to Payyanur

The experience started with ever energetic Shreyu aka Shreyas, the 3 year old kid was in all excitement to welcome us and show us his talent :) . The warmth of Mr and Mrs Roshan was enough to have a emotion attached with the happy family.
I, Roshan and Dinup got into the link bus which would actually take us to the Kalasipalya where we would board our bus to Payyanur.
Journey started with a loud music, I was expecting a Malyalam lyrics to shake my ear drums, but wait a minute the music sounds familiar, the male voice start hawa hawa yeh hava khushbu lutade, completely contrasting with the Marathalli’s stinking roads.
PK travels was the carrier, it severed as the dining room too for our dinner, with hot and delicious chapathi with tomato onion palya teasing my taste buds. Divya, Roshan’s wife, had warned me of the spicy food, but I must say they tasted good although I had to drink a lot of water after that.
Although not important I had to write those first two paragraphs because they made me feel good. It was 14th Feb morning 9 we got down at Payyanur took a very-economical auto to our hotel Vishakk International, decent room was the place to get fresh. It was in this room that I learnt Malyalam is not that difficult to understand after watching ‘Nevedyam’ for a while, it is only their nasal effect which leaves us clueless as to what they are talking (nom). Talking of nasal effect Himesh’s aaap Ka surror was also playing on TV (again nom). Although we ordered Peas Kurma we got it with a touch of Chinese delicacy in it. A small cockroach entered Roshan’s plate, but nothing to be scared off it was well cooked. Ya-it-is-yuck.
We were early for the wedding ceremony of our team’s cheerful girl Rachana. First the groom with simple with white and cream attire entered the place. Then Rachana with lot and lots of flowers in her hear in Maroon saree entered the marriage hall just to leave a smile on our face.
It was a small photo session with the newly wed and we were in dining hall shamelessly sitting even before the tables were cleaned to stuff some food to our tummies.
My short visit to kerala was a memorable one...

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Where is the media heading towards?

Find the difference between the two.
As images, you might see N number of differences, but ethically there are no differences at all.
How? First picture as it says was clicked by renowned photographer Kevin Carter. His role as journalist was not over by just clicking the photo he failed to provide justice to the news he was capturing. His ambition made him selfish to abandon the hunger stricken child after his JOB was done, when he realized this he committed suicide. If Indian journalist can read between lines they should also follow Kevin after reading this. What they are doing is "Manufacturing" news before reporting them. Allowing such an inhuman incident to happen and using this as "Breaking news" to sell their News for more than a week from now is Unethical. Had the information the journalist got in prior been used to complain to the police and stopping such an incident happen would have been left those many news channels starving to showcase their prime time entertainment.

Image courtesy- www.mukto-mona.com and Times Now

Monday, January 26, 2009

Morality -Ram sena and the Media

Yes, Ram sevaks in news again. This time it was their attack of on a pub in Magalore.
Hearing to this news, it hurt me in two ways. First the act, morality is a subject matter of ones personal interest and we don’t need moral police to enforce their view of morality. If anyone feels such pubs are immoral or illegal please move to court or complain to police instead of taking law in hands. It might be argued that the police are in their pockets and nothing can be done on these, in which case fight against the government/ police.
Second the way media is hyping this incident, please I agree this is not right and is an act of human right violation but there are more important incidents like the R-Day celebration to be in headlines than showing the saw insane footage over and over again. I would rather see the brave heart’s widows/ mothers receiving the Ashoka Chakra instead of the Mangalore pub attack. Please improve your morality and stop hyping anything and everything Hindu activists are doing.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

55 words obsession

I have been writing these stories which have just 55 words in them. When I read them I feel a sense of achievement that I can convey something in 55 words. But here I am writing this article not to convey anything but to just add another 55 word article in my blog. Happy Reading

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Sad New Year

The Swami predicted that world shall come to an end on 1-1-2009 00:00:00. Everyone worried as his predictions never ever went wrong. As everyone were about to rejoice at 1-1-2009 00:00:00 as they felt the Swami was wrong this time, a killer flash ripped through. His prediction had come true but late by 1 second.

Thursday, January 8, 2009


It was shocking to believe that recession in the Western world especially US and Europe has resulted in a poor guy from a remote village in Karnataka, India lose his job. Yes you read it right. But even I was curious to learn how.

About 16 year old guy called Shankara from a remote village Aghanashini in Kumta district Karnataka was employed in a boat house in Allapy Kerala an favorite holiday destination for the foreign tourist in Kerala. Because of recession and fear of losing jobs both national and international tourist opted to have a simple holiday season and stayed home or visited nearby places and hence Allapy witness peak fall in business, consequence the boat house owners decided to sack it employees and Shankara was one among them.

After listening to this all I can say is, truly our country is globalised