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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Why to follow anti-corruption movement

1. If you are tired of swinging back and forth from government offices, taking time out from your 9-5 job, for getting your basic work done.
2. If you crib that nothing can be done and system will never change! ( a system will change someday, unless you are a pessimist)
3. The person initiating the cause can be trusted more than any political party in elections for which u vote every 5 years! His past records are clean. No corruption, an army man who fought for India, for his country and is still fighting for it!
4. If you are not scared of fighting. We never give exams to fail, fail or pass comes later! (People thinking :" How can we say adding another layer to the already existing system could be a solution? People in Jana Lokpal could be corrupt." We can’t stop working for our daily bread with the fear we won’t get it)
5. If you can’t stand in elections, can’t give speeches and can’t make a difference, just be with the masses and play the gamble!
6. If you think cause is right but method is wrong : Stand up for the cause!
The ones who think fasting onto death is an offense, there are more severe offenses than that. There is a vast difference between making you suffer for the sake of others’ lives and creating situations for others to die. And hence there is still a big difference between Anna and government respectively. One question raised by a friend on facebook (Megha) “Eat to death or fast to death, what would you prefer?
7. If you are not amongst those who who have a smooth life and have money, corruption/no corruption doesn’t make any difference. Why to bother! I don’t care attitude!
8. If you are tired of watching scam stories on news channels, uncovering one after other biggest corruption scams today, seeing the tax you have paid for benefit of your nation and society being stashed away in foreign banks.
9. If you compare India with US and UK and constantly complain about life here.
10. If you care about the common man more than the party you support!

P.S. Dont think if you are not fasting or not physically present there you fail to support, a mere status update, blog update shows the support! A recent example of Ram Janmabhoomi, Ayodhya case when so many people registered their views on facebook, blog, twitter were acknowledged in news and newspaper. Time has changed and so the electronic media is also used for sampling, interviewing and researches! Think well!

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Post your Views!

Here, I am sharing some of the popular one liners i have heard or created on Facebook, after looking at the government's handicap!

1. Why Sonia aunty went to US for her treatment, when her government has raised special doctors under reserved quota scheme and are dying to pay back the great favor on them...

Before entering in a library or attending a conference please keep your phone on 'manmohan singh mode'...

3. I miss those days when I used to type Anna and google suggested Kornikova :(

4. MSD - 'We are not winning another Test till the JLP bil is passed - as a tribute to Anna Hazare'.' Now we know! (Also tweeted by Anupam Kher)
5. Ghar mai 4 din aurat na ho to ghar ka haal kaisa ho jata hai, yeh to koi congress se pooche ... (the latest one)

and there are infinite.....
Q: Is our present PM, the weakest link till now and government one of the most unpopular one?

P.S. If you have any views on the same, feel free to Post here!

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

I am an Indian against Corruption!

I am a man - a common man. I earn my bread sometimes by pulling a rikshaw, sometimes lifting a heavy sack. I sometimes fix the taps of others' homes, and some days I scavenge those plastic bags from that big pile of garbage.

I am a woman, who struggles daily to get two square meals, to feed my children, to feed the unborn in me. My mornings are spent cleaning others' homes and sometimes I brush up the roads. I hear the loud cries of the hungry stomachs, and weakened by daily gusts of poverty but I fight harder. I am a mother whose child has abandoned her, and my time is near. I daily bang my head in government offices to avail my rights, to get my pension. I lift up my old crippled husband to the government hospitals on my bare shoulders covered with torn clothes, and I sit there whole day waiting for my turn.

I am a child who begs for money on the street, because my parents can't afford my education, my relatives have left me on the roads because they can't feed one more mouth. I can't get the vaccines, because they are unavailable to me even if they are free. I am an Indian, who wants to make it big, but they tell me that everything comes at a cost. And that cost comes with an additional cost. I am an Indian who is tired of paying taxes and extra cess on those taxes and still when I go out to buy a house, I pay additional sums to get my work done on time and keep myself out of trouble. I am an Indian who is about to die soon, but the installments still remain to be paid off. I feel bad that I couldn't secure a safe future for my child. I am the soul of that soldier who died because he was provided corroded rifles, and fake bulletproof jackets. I am a man who voted for a party thinking they wont do a party at my cost. I selected a handful of people, with a trust they will act best in my interest.
I believe if there is no corruption, half of my struggles will be solved. I may pass away peacefully in my own abode rather than on a random street. I may enjoy the a life of a human, rather than a bull who pulls the wagon all his life. I want to live each day. My country, my motherland will never be ashamed of not being able to feed me, shelter me, protect me.
I am an Indian, who is corrupt only because the system is corrupt, who asks for additional sums to get work done on time, because I have to pay that extra amount to get my work done- even to get an identity. I am that Indian who is promised to get a better life before every election, but left hungry, crippled and poorer after every selection!

I will stand against corruption, to fight against the system! I will never stop fighting till I win against a handful of money suckers who think they are the Kings and queens of the country! I think they have forgotten, but not me in a democracy there is no king and no queen, only of the people, by the people and for the people.

I will Free India from corruption, I am an Indian against Corruption!

Monday, August 15, 2011

Happy Independence Day

The foundation of independence laid before 154 years in 1857 is often regarded as first war of Independence. After 90 more years of struggle, India achieved its independence on 15th August, 1947.
22 languages are Officially Recognized in India.
India has 28 states and 7 Union territories, 8 major religions.
The most popular mind game Chess was invented in India.
Algebra, Trigonometry and Calculus studies originated in India along with the decimal and place value system.
India has Second highest population in the world.
It is the largest democracy in the world, the 7th largest Country in the world, and one of the most ancient civilizations. Also India was considered one of the richest countries in the world before British invasion! The world's first university was established in Takshila in 700 BC.
Martial Arts have origins from India, and were later spread to Asia by Buddhist missionaries.
Yoga has its origins in India and has existed for over 5,000 years.

Today on India's 64th Independence Day I wish INDIA and all other INDIANS a very happy I-Day. We'll keep on growing, preserving our culture and our heritage along with the zing of westernization and improvisations, keeping all the values intact. We'll keep on charming rest of the world with our beautiful art, diversity, colors, sumptuous cuisines, amazing attires, and unique architectures.
Happy Independence Day!

P.S.: The pictures clicked above include some rare stamps and coin collections that my father has built. I tried to preserve and maintain these.
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