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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Salman will run off with Ash ?

Mid Day reports:Make hay while the sun shines, they say. Unknown director Shakeel S Saifee is planning to do exactly that.

He will shoot a muhurat scene for his film called, Aishwarya Rai, tomorrow.

The shooting will take place a few blocks from the Bachchan’s bungalow Prateeksha at Nagi Villa.

“It’s a love triangle between three characters Abhishek (played by Raj Purohit), Aishwarya (Ashwin Kale) and Salman (Akshay Sanjay).

The twist to the tale: Ash selects Salman over Abhi at the shaadi mandap and the man who gets the two united is Viviek Oberoi (Sameer Sheikh),” says Saifee who is making the film on a budget of Rs 1.5 crore.
Read More:http://www.mid-day.com/news/city/2007/april/155684.htm

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ISO Certificate For Temple

One of the oldest trusts in Mumbai, the Tulsidas Gopalji Charitable and Dhakleshwar Temple Trust (T.G Trust) has bagged the prestigious international certification of ISO 9001: 2000. What makes the feat more eventful is the fact that it will be the first private temple trust from India to get the international certification for standardisation.
The system of certification generally practised by commercial establishments worldwide, is a self-directed system that urges an organisation to continuously improve its process and performance. The ISO 9000 certification is done by an International body known as International Organisation for Standardisation, headquartered at Switzerland. TG Trust expects to get the certificate of ISO 9001:2000 by the end of May 2007.
Read More:http://www.cybernoon.com/DisplayArticle.asp?section=fromthepress&subsection=inbombay&xfile=April2007_inbombay_standard12675

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Foreign Phobia

This is the quite ritual in india if anything does not work we look for foreign coach for cricket,foreign university and institution for other work.I'm not against off them but is it really?Are we insufficient to cope with problems we face in differnt walk of life or we just live on old complex that westerner are more advanced than us.In reality often we overlook our institution,individual who are capable of doing things better than others.Pratap bhanu Mehta argue in his article on this point:
"There is a great current of anxiety over just how foreign ideas are influencing India. Often this can express itself in pathological forms, whether in the suspicion in some sections of the Left of everything that has an American provenance, or in the overblown anxieties of the Right about the contamination of Indian culture. But it would be a mistake to use these expressions of anxiety over foreign influences to altogether dismiss the question of how exactly we handle these influences. There are some legitimate questions that practices of the Indian public sphere raise. Why is it that the government consistently thinks Indian institutions cannot do a decent enough job of re-training Indian civil servants? Why should we be paying huge overheads to universities like Syracuse, Duke or Harvard for experiences that have more brand value than substantive logic? Why is it that Indian newspapers, rather than producing more knowledge about the world, and shaping global debates, are content to simply carry discourses produced elsewhere? Even the intellectually deadend controversy over foreign coaches in cricket had half a point: is it that we don’t have indigenous talent, or do we have a real problem in accepting the authority of our compatriots?

Nirmal Verma made a distinction that should be the starting point for any sensible reflection on this subject. The real question is not what has influenced a writer, what multiplicity of sources go into the construction of his world. The real issue is whether the writer has been able to handle them with self possession. A similar thought underlies Gandhi’s statement to the effect that he wanted the winds of many lands to blow, but he also did not want to be swept away by any. What is the point of freedom if you cannot make a whole range of sources and experiences your own? Therefore the question of “foreign influences” is misplaced. The question is why do we think we do not have the self possession to handle them?
Read More:http://www.indianexpress.com/story/28427.html

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Bottomline

Teacher:Writing on the blackboard,after completing.Learn from bottomline.Thats only thing and main thing.
Sonu:One of his student started unbuttoning his pant.
Teacher:Sonu, what are you doing?
Sonu:I'm trying to learn from my bottom.

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Are You Selfish?No,I'm Not

Everyday,every corner of the world is filled with such a debate and conversation that you know! she is very selfish or he is very selfish.Sometimes I think and found myself too selfish.But the moot question is,could anybody separate itself from being selfish?People say ,yes,see Gautama Buddha,Osho,Gandhi or most generous and kind man or women like Mother Teresa or Nelson Mandela.They have worked for causes and masses did not care much for themselves.But,I think its partially true.Because this is my belief that nobody could separate itself from being selfish.People will found it absurd but thats the way I think.Let us explore the meaning of selfishness.Some people associate it with saying for thinking for yourself first,first for your child for your family etc.Few says,first we should feed ourselves than think about others.Few says snacthing other foods from others is also ok as far as you too are hungry then whats wrong if you snatched something.Well,I don't buy such argument.I think if you are hungry and in front of you someone is also hungry then you can eat first yourself its selfishness but not totally as you too are deprived at that time.But if you are full stomach and still you are not giving that food to needy then I would say you are selfish and greedy.So my point is being selfish is not bad but depriving someone of things which you posses and you have no need of it but still you are not releasing it then I would call it selfish with quote of greed.
But if we look deeply and observe action of great people we will find they too were infected with some sort of selfishness.Few people were selfish for fame ,few for promoting his speech or philosphy and few for his kindness.But nobody could totally seperate itself from being selfish.Even Gandhi,Nelson,Buddha,Teresa...

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