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To MMS, after reading this would you say #TheekHai ?

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Having pontificated for two days over the tornado of protests that have hit Delhi, I found time to contemplate if I *really* knew what they were protesting about. So I asked someone who has lived there and experienced the alternating splendor and horror of Delhi; my wife. This is what she had to say.

I love Delhi, the city. I love its wide, open roads, its wonderful architecture. I’ve made great friends in Delhi. I went to a wonderful school in Delhi. I’ve also suffered in Delhi. I’m one of millions of women with tales to tell of how Delhi has ground our self-respect and security to dust. General descriptions of harassment can’t adequately describe the horror a woman faces every day in the city. There isn’t a single moment when you’re walking its streets that you can think “I’m safe, I can breathe easy and enjoy the sunshine. What…

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NaBloPoMo is here! Need some inspiration?

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It’s November 1st, and National Blog Posting Month–NaBloPoMo–is upon us. Time to put your thinking cap on, fire up the computer, chug some extra coffee, and get a-postin’! Bookmark these resources for days when you need a little something extra, and leave a link to your site in the comments so other NaBloPoMo participants on WordPress.com can find you.

On The Daily Post…

A new writing prompt goes up at The Daily Post every weekday at 11AM EST (we also tweet them out on the @freshly_pressed handle). If you need additional inspiration, head over to Plinky.

Weekly writing and photo challenges give you two more opportunities a week to be part of NaBloPoMo and deepen your participation in the WordPress.com community. Browse past challenges for even more ideas.

Take inspiration from fellow bloggers: you can start by taking a look at our Focus On posts, which highlight blogs and…

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NaBloPoMo is here! Need some inspiration?

The WordPress.com Blog

It’s November 1st, and National Blog Posting Month–NaBloPoMo–is upon us. Time to put your thinking cap on, fire up the computer, chug some extra coffee, and get a-postin’! Bookmark these resources for days when you need a little something extra, and leave a link to your site in the comments so other NaBloPoMo participants on WordPress.com can find you.

On The Daily Post…

A new writing prompt goes up at The Daily Post every weekday at 11AM EST (we also tweet them out on the @freshly_pressed handle). If you need additional inspiration, head over to Plinky.

Weekly writing and photo challenges give you two more opportunities a week to be part of NaBloPoMo and deepen your participation in the WordPress.com community. Browse past challenges for even more ideas.

Take inspiration from fellow bloggers: you can start by taking a look at our Focus On posts, which highlight blogs and…

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“The rise of the India”

Happy Ganesh Chaturthi to all my dear friends….
India a country of a billion people … hmm, no would rather say a country of billion Ideas. Each idea being nourished and being backed up by religious dogmas. And between all this dogmas and ideas rises the rivalries and debates and this is how my lovely India is being built. Although we have billions of ideas but those are kept and being buried in the laziness. As I have mentioned in the post “Introduction”, having an idea and putting that idea in the motion are pieces of two different cakes.
On this auspicious day I want to write about one of the features of India… and that is the search of savior. We always want someone to drive us safely home. To kill the cunning Kansh, we had stories of Krishna. To kill mighty Ravan ,Ram took birth…And hence we are now used to such stories and we all want someone to help us. Anna hazare is the one who did one of such mighty tasks…Till then we people were never united all time the only word we used were chalta hai (let it be)…We don’t care unless our task is done and that’s where our society fails. The ultimate goal of socialism is to build a better planet and to help the upcoming generation, to provide them enough opportunities to excel. Have we ever had such noble goal in our mind? A father at the age of 50 still goes to office, earns the money and provide his family a shelter the sole goal is to nourish his family and to teach his child and help him get better tomorrow. Have we ever thought of mother India in same manner? Such arguments are eternal and the solution to it is better stop giving ideas and start executing them. Now as the team we found new Gandhinian among us …all we can do is to start following him. At the beginning of the new decade world is expecting a lot from the honest (!!!) Indians to deliver the world a new super power.

“An Introduction”

Writing a blog had always been the part of my plan since i joined the college.But having an idea and putting that idea in the practical is altogether a different story.A student from the college which is ranked in the top 25 engineering colleges of the nation, a lot of expectations are there and I am one of those lucky guys. Doing my B.Tech in computers from Sardar Vallbhbhai National Institute Of Technology ,Surat (SVNIT) .The first thing that might strikes you is this blog is going to be one more techno geek one.But I do assure you this wont be the case with me.I will be engaged with describing a mediocre person’s life.Has some stories to be shared, has some experienced to be enlarged and lots of other stuff….so lets begin the journey…have a wonderful day folks…