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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Cricket ,Madness,India And World Cup

As soccer has created alot of fairy tale around football players in European countries and US and other part of world same craze,madness we Indian feel for cricket .There is no other big thing in India which unite India more faster than cricket.As few say its not sport anymore it become religion if it is not so then it is nearest to that.See how blind madness gather when India and Pakistan matches happen,excitement,debate, as seriously as we are fighting war.Well,this world cup which starts today would have bundle of things which will excite and gave plenty of entertainment to India and other participating country as well.Rahul has explored it in depth

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Queen Of Coin(Beggar With Full Bag Of Money)

When beggar pay Rs36,000 premium for insurance in india then we can not call it poor country anymore.TOI Reports:
She is no small-time beggar. For, she not only boasts of two insurance policies for which she pays Rs 36,000 as premium annually, she also has a bank account with a hefty amount to boot. Meet Sarvatia Devi. In her early forties, Sarvatia has been a beggar ever since she became a widow about 25 years ago. "They know me well enough at the STD booth on Ashok Rajpath where I go everyday to exchange coins, which I collect begging, for notes," she says pulling out a pile of notes from the sack which she keeps while begging near the Darbhanga Kalibari here. Coins are of no use to Sarvatia. For, the insurance agent and the agent of a local finance company, whom she meets in the evening near Patna Market, only accept currency notes to deposit. One among the city's burgeoning population of professional beggars, Sarvatia is neither a destitute nor a homeless. More..

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Three Little Pigs

Mother Pig sends her three little piglets out into the world to live on their own.
The first little pig builds a house of straw, but a wolf blows it down and eats the pig. The encounter between wolf and pig features ringing proverbial phrases:
One day the big bad wolf came and knocked on the first little pig's door and said, "Little pig, little pig, let me come in." And the little pig answered, "No, no, I won't let you come in, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin." "Well," said the wolf, "then I'll huff and I'll puff and I'll blow your house in." So he huffed and he puffed and he blew the house down and ate the first pig.
The second pig builds a house of sticks, has the same conversation with the wolf, and the wolf eats the second pig.
The third pig builds a house of brick. The wolf cannot huff and puff hard enough to blow the house down. He attempts to trick the third little pig out of his house, but the pig outsmarts him at every turn. Finally, the wolf threatens to come down the chimney, whereupon the third little pig boils a pot of water into which the wolf plunges, and the third pig eats the wolf.
The phrases used in this story, and the various morals that can be drawn from it, have become enshrined in western culture.
In recent years, the story, as has happened to other fairy tales, often is softened from its original version. In these versions, neither the wolf or the pigs end up eating each other. For instance, the two less prudent pigs escape to the house of the third pig while the wolf is captured rather than boiled.

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