Civilization 5 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Anando   
Thursday, 30 September 2010 02:29


Lets get the obvious out of the way first before I start describing my experience with the game. Am I a fanboy? Hell yes. Have I been playing long? Since Civ 2 with those ground breaking no animation unit movements (yes I was being sarcastic) .

Last Updated on Friday, 10 June 2011 14:19
Ayodhya Dispute - Is it worth something fighting over PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mayank Gupta   
Thursday, 23 September 2010 15:55

How long will be fighting over religion? Killing each other, destroying property and continue to waste time and money over these issues given birth by politicians for their vote banks?

Why can't we mature a little more and understand that all this is nothing but a stunt to raise votes by the politicians for their party? Back in 1992, BJP, Shiv Sena and VHP in order to make votes for them destroyed Babri Mosque at Ayodhya and they did succeed in their motive. BJP came to power at centre riding on this issue. No matter what ever the verdict will be for Ayodhya land tomorrow, only people who'll be happy at the end of it will be the politicians. They'll be raising more votes for them. Rest of the country will be burning and people running after each other to slaughter. Hindu killing Muslims, Muslims killing Hindu.

Last Updated on Sunday, 26 September 2010 09:50
Mortal remains of our existance PDF Print E-mail
Written by Renu   
Saturday, 18 September 2010 17:27

The  Uncommon games of Commonwealth have already started to make its impact on our lives. The slow and steady trickle of our godforsaken problems is on the rise like the Swollen Yamuna these days. And just like the Yamuna it will leave behind a trail of  dirt and foul stench in us. The Much hyped Common Wealth which are yet to set in and nestle on us like a burden heaved on us have brought in a flurry of problems which "common" people like us could not envision. No, the mistake here is not of the government or the administration or the police or the civic body or anyone else, here WE are to be blamed for our lack of vision and foresight (which ofcourse all common people of Delhi are supposed to be armed with ) As if the bad roads , and the terrorised blue marked  lanes and the incessant warning of staying off roads and traffic jams wasnt enough to drive us off the city (which many are doing) that this laudable offensive was heaped on us.

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 September 2010 19:15
Hindu and Muslim discrimination PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mayank Gupta   
Friday, 17 September 2010 17:02

Couple of days back I was chatting with my friends, when one of them said something really offensive and unreasonable against the Muslims having their namaaz rituals on Delhi – Gurgaon highway on the day of Eid.

I really fail to understand why such hatred against the Muslims? I agree that in most the of terrorist activities, we find Muslims involved but that should not make you hate the Muslim community at large. What I believe is, terrorists have no religion or heart. A bullet will not ask if you are a Muslim or a Hindu before it hits you nor would a bomb check while exploding whether the people around it are all Hindus. In any terrorist activity, people from all religions die, get injured and suffer. It is because of few misled, uneducated and brainwashed people that the rest of the Muslim community suffers and is thus looked down upon and considered as terrorists everywhere they travel. We should not hate the Muslims but the people and or country that supports and aids them. Yes, I hate and consider Pakistan totally responsible for aiding and giving birth to more and more terrorists leading to terrorism but I don’t hate the people of Pakistan or Muslims.

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 September 2010 19:38
19th Commonwealth Games PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mayank Gupta   
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 18:48

As much as I want the 19th Common wealth games hosted by India in Delhi to be a huge success, I some where down below know it’s going to be a big failure and disgrace for India.

We have already put down the offer for hosting the next Asian games as the authorities have admitted that they are incapable of organizing an event as that level. Declining such an offer at this time, when we should already be prepared for any event, considering we have already done so much for CWG just tells us how bad and unplanned and behind schedule we are in preparations for CWG 2010..

What I am unable to understand and justify is, we won the bidding against Canada to host CWG 2010 in 2003, that’s 7 years back, how much more time does our Government need to prepare for something as big and prestigious as CWG 2010, the biggest international sports event?.

Last Updated on Thursday, 16 September 2010 01:06
Occupational Hazards Print E-mail
Written by Anando   
Wednesday, 08 September 2010 15:48

Driving down MG road at late night has a comparable enjoyment. The contrast between the day time traffic and the night time breeze is weight off your foot. The only occasional hindrance would be the police posts and they can be a nuisance because most of the times rather than actually checking for wrong doing they are only looking for a quick buck. I have lost count how many times I have seen cars with political affiliations on their licence plates breeze through a check point even if they are throwing out beer bottles from the windows but we mere mortals are always stuck.

Last Updated on Friday, 10 September 2010 11:40
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