Sunday, October 31, 2004

I just read today in news that Reliance Energy is plannning to enter Nuclear Energy market. If so they will be the first private company to enter Nuclear energy market in India. Iam sure very soon Arundathi Roy will be crying about it.

Sunday, October 24, 2004

Bush bulge


During debatePosted by Hello


During debatePosted by Hello


RanchPosted by Hello


LifevestPosted by Hello


Earpiece & TransmitterPosted by Hello


CloseupPosted by Hello

There is a rumor on the Internets, oops...sorry, Internet :) ...yeah, there is a rumor on the Internet that George Bush is wearing a small earphone when he's speaking in public. Of course this includes the 3 presidential debates. Sceptics say this may be a health device also. Some even say this may be a GPS transmitter or bullet proof vest. In my opinion, it looks more like a health device. But you can come to your own conclusion.
http://www.visualfuturist.com/bushiswired/

WTC Scrap in India

More than 30,000 tonnes of potentially hazardous steel and other waste scrap from the site of the September 11th World Trade Center (WTC) disaster in New York has been unloaded in Chennai and stored in a site in Manali.

Chinese compass points south.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004

Quote : "I once met a retired forest official who told me, in confidence, that Veerappan was actually doing the forest department’s work: for every sandalwood tree he cut down, he used to plant 50!" -Sauvik Chakraverti, senior journalist and freelance writer.

Veerappan as a respectable businessman

Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Traffic fines in Finland

Recently I came to know that in Finland, traffic fines are proportionate to the latest available data on the offender's income.

That's very intresting. Wish they had rules like that everywhere (and most important, enforce them).

Saturday, October 02, 2004

VOTE - What is that?

We talk a lot about elections and vote.

Well what exactly is vote?
Do you even know that VOTE is an acronym!
VOTE stands for Voice Of Taxpayers Everywhere.

Thanks to Swarnamalya, Ilamai Puthumai. Sun TV.