From last week onwards, we are sharing a newsletter from Drishtikone. Some of you are already registered on the site or are dear friends and visit regularly and some had registered but have not had a chance to engage with the blog as regularly. I hope that we can share things that are as useful and engaging as hopefullly drishtikone itself is. As you would have noticed, we recently added audios and have been sharing various songs and poems as well. Such new content will continue. To ensure a consistent quality of the content, the publishing has, until now, not been opened up to everyone. But I wanted to open up a special writing area where all the members can share their thoughts as well.
Question for the week
Should Mayawati become the Prime Minister of India?
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Quote for the week
Bureaucrats write memoranda both because they appear to be busy when they are writing and because the memos, once written, immediately become proof that they were busy.
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Our Teachers, who have shaped us are always special! One of mine, our Sports teacher – Mr. IP Kapoor, passed away last week. My close friend, Jeshi, wrote a heartfelt tribute for him. I wanted to share it with all.
This Week’s Roundup
- Imran, Miandad aur Kharish: story of hallucination and ego
- Emperor has no clothes.. not even an underwear
- Freida Pinto and Anil Kapoor benefit from Slumdog Millionaire!
- Back off!! – Indian Muslims to Musharraf
- Madoff is in Jail – Ponzi comes to a close
- World Crisis is not just about Economics… Social Unrest could be worse!
- Two high school “Top notch” teachers arrested for sex with same boy
This Week Past Years
- STORY OF NANDIGRAM: “They took aim at us and fired”
Story of sexual abuse of kids in Indian cities.
- A Calf that eats Chicken!
- Sonu Nigam mimics other singers – hillarious video
- Urdu Couplets posted by Andaleeb
- Uselessness of a Relative God
- Vishy Anand is World No. 1 in Chess
- Harmful Effects of High Fructose Corn Syrup
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