Friday, December 26, 2008

Coding in Testing

#include "stdio.h"
void main()
printf("\n I HATE TESTING :( ");

Tuesday, October 28, 2008


Found this in one of my friends's scrapbook.................

Exam == Agnipath
Classes == Kabhi Kabhi
Viva == Khamoshi
Examination Hall == Krishna Cottage
Examiner == Mrityudata
Course == GodZilla
Paper Correction == Andha Kaanoon
Exam Time == Qayamat se Qayamat Tak
Question Paper == Paheli
Answer Paper == Kora Kagaz
Marks == One Two ka Four
Cheating == Hamesha
Last Exam == Main Azad Hoon
Result == Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander
Pass == God Tussi Great Ho
Fail == Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron
Vacations == Masti
Supplementary == Aakhri Rasta

Monday, October 20, 2008


Read my post BLOG OF THE BLOGS? This is an example of a TYPICAL SANJAY LEELA BHANSALI BLOG....
Hope the blogger does not read this :P

Thursday, October 16, 2008


A thought on how the blogs of various repuuted directors would turn out to be, if and when they decide to join the Blogosphere. It is just a light-hearted take and not intended to offend or criticize anyone.

Starting with my favourite director....


His blog would be full of love, marriage, love before, during and after marriage, Indian love, alien love, NRI love... It would be the most popular of all blogs, cos he would reveal some inside stories of the stars. Like what does SRK think of Ajay Devgan's blog, what does Kajol think of Aamir's blog, might even ask Rani to choose one between Aamir and SRK's blogs. And do I need to mention that the first three comments on the blog would be from the principal cast of KUCH KUCH HOTA HAI.

He does blog, seriously. But the reclusive director is more secretive about his blog than about his films. So, you will never get to read it. Gooogle has given up searching for it.

Don't try to read it. Not supposed to be read. Concentrate on the layout instead, I mean the background colour. He started off with White, changed it to red, blue, yellow and then BLACK. The one with black background is the best( cos u just cant read it). His latest post with a "blue" background is yet to get a single reader, forget about comments.

Adult blog. Not for you if you are younger than 18.

Too dark to read. Youth stay away from it. Kids find it really funny.

Long and preachy. Recommended by N.C.E.R.T to include as part of the curriculum in primary schools.

The only versatile blog that deals with all the issues of the world. Every post is unique and different from the rest. VIVAH, SHAADI, NIKAAH, BYAAH, MARRIAGE are some of his unique posts.

Blog would be in PUNJABI with HINDI font. Strictly for only those who know PUNJABI. If you did not understand the lines in VEER-ZAARA, stay away.

Don't compalin if u get the feel that his posts have been copied and pasted from any of the above blogs.

Does not blog. Because the AUTO RICKSHAW COMMUNITY is not interested in blogs yet.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Interesting article on the state of Indian cricket

The link below contains comments attributed to SOURAV GANGULY which he has subsequently denied. Still, the article makes for an interesting reading for cricket buffs.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

END OF AN ERA.................

SOURAV GANGULY is the most popular man today. The hitherto "Lord Snooty" has been suddenly transformed into Mr. Perfect in the eyes' of the cricketing world. All his ex-foes, be it Kiran More or Greg Chappel, have only niceties for him. All this after he declared that the STEEL had melted under the heat of humiliation. This is not the case of a hero going back home a satisfied man, taking with him all the laurels and sweet memories. It is a sorry tale of a fighter who was toyed with, tortured, harrased, humiliated and mentally disintegrated. A fighter who had to fight the system more than the opposition.Someone who had eliminated regionalism in his regime only to become a victim of it. To blame Kumble here may not be correct. For no one knows what transpires in the selection meeting.

On his part, Ganguly had a miserable series in Sri Lanka, struggling against both Muralitharan and Mendis. And this was convincing enough for the selectors that he was not worthy enough to play in the Irany Trophy. The fact that he scored a series-levelling 87 on the Kanpur minefield against Soth Africa was conveniently forgotten. People have short memory, and when it comes to Ganguly, they become Ghajinis.

Anyway Bengalis were busy in Durga pooja, so he could be dropped without much fuss. And Vengsarkar, who in his own perception, was the CREATOR of Dada's career and had all the rights to destroy it as and when he wanted. And he did.

Image is something you have to build over a period of time. You have to thank your fans, thank the public and prepare some nice quotes for the press conferences; in short be Mr. Nice. Most importantly, you are not allowed to use swear words. Sourav might have realised this very late. And he meant it when he said, "May be they (selectors) don't like my face". Take the case of Yuvraj Singh! His off-field activities had prevented him from becoming the skipper, that he is as inspirational a captain as Sourav was to be proved later in IPL.

We are a thankless nation that has never cared to respect its heroes. It is a strange coincidence but I do feel that this entire episode can be linked to that of Subhash Chandra Bose and his mysterious exile from the country post Independence. He was literally driven away from the nation mercilessly because his ideas clashed with that of Gandhi. Sourav's contribution to Indian cricket is no less than Netaji's to Independence. And both have been ruthlessly driven away.

I am not blaming individuals here. It is the system that is to be blamed. The system where the one with a not-so-good image gets victimised. Sourav said he wanted to live a pressure-free life. That is an understatement of his traumatic experiences over the last three years. Himesh
Reshamiya might stop singing soon. Sania Mirza would quit her game, unable to bear the scrutiny on the length of her skirts. And Salman Khan would end up marrying against his own wishes. Ending of eras in a Free Democratic Country like ours.