Tuesday 31 July 2007
The presence of media in large numbers, particularly channels like ETV and TV9 is raising suspicion that they knew some big development that was likely to happen at Mudigonda.
Mudigonda is a small mandal headquarter, one among thousands of mandals in the state. So how come the channels were present in advance before the incident took place. The place is also far off from Hyderabad, over 250 kms to be precise.
Even Vijayawada is a good two hours journey from Mudigonda. Therefore it is not possible for them to say that they rushed the team immediately. No channel has the wherewithal and equipment to cover each and every mandal let lone a district.
So it obvious that the incident was a pre-planned one and it was done with the intention of embarrassing the Y S Rajashekar Reddy government.
source from greatandhra.com
Posted by Kiran at 12:54:00 PM
Thursday 26 July 2007
Posted by Kiran at 5:13:00 PM
Friday 20 July 2007
On 27th Aug the Whole World is waiting for.............*
Planet Mars will be the brightest in the night sky starting August.
It will look as large as the full moon to the naked eye.
This will cultivate on Aug. 27 when Mars comes with in 34.65M miles of earth.
Be sure to watch the sky on Aug. 27 12:30 am.
It will look like the earth has 2 moons.
The next time Mars may come this close is in year 2287.
Share this with your friends as we won't b able to see it again.
Posted by Kiran at 1:55:00 PM
Thursday 19 July 2007
- Follow strictly the below mentioned steps and success is guaranteed:
Choose the girl you want to propose on the D-day.
- Pick a rose
- Spot the girl
- Stand in front of her
- Give her the rose
- Hug her tightlllyyyyy
- If she doesn't resist. Battle won, the girl is yours!!
- If she resists and stare at you angrily, immediately leave her and start clapping and shouting
Didi Darr Gayi, Didi Darr Gayi!!!'
Posted by Kiran at 1:30:00 PM
The happiest people in the world are not those who have no problems,
but those who learn to live with things that are less than perfect.
Kiran Kumar Nagishetty
Posted by Kiran at 1:15:00 PM
Wednesday 18 July 2007
Posted by Kiran at 6:38:00 PM
In India, we have over a dozen official languages and countless local dialects. So how does a farmer from Bihar speak with a fisherman from Kerala The answer, for now, is 'not easily'.
One day, however, all Indians will use English as a first, second or third language. This will allow them to communicate effectively not only with other Indians, but also the rest of the world.
Of course, getting to that point won't be easy. For most of us, English is still a challenge. With all its irregularities, exceptions and rules, English is a very difficult language to master.
With that in mind, rediff.com presents our English Bloopers series. Here, we publish written and spoken mistakes spotted and sent to us by observant Get Ahead readers. It's a great way to review the basics, clarify a few issues and share a laugh or two! So, stop by each Monday, Wednesday and Friday for another fresh batch of English Bloopers
Nikhlesh Mathur notices a few mistakes that arise from our fluency in Hindi:
Most North Indians are definitely better in the Hindi language than we are in the English language. Problems arise when we speak English words with a Hindi accent. Look at the the word 'genuine'. The tendency to pronounce this word as 'genine' is incorrect. The twist of the tongue at the right moment is neccesary to pronounce 'u' in the word 'genuine'.
When the word 'cost' is written in the Hindi language, a half moon curve is correctly marked over the the Hindi letter 'Ka'. Therefour, most of us pronounce 'cost' as 'cast' while speaking. Both 'cost' and 'cast' are English words but have entirely different meanings.
He says, 'If you find any gaffes in my corrections, blame it on my English teacher!'
Wrong: He is calling to you
he 'to' is not needed in this statment. You could either remove the 'to' or replace it with 'for'.
Correct: He is calling you.
Wrong: Say me the truth!
This is especially prevalent in Andhra Pradesh. It should be 'tell'.
Correct: Tell me the truth
Wrong: The real fact is that you are not married.This is redundant, because a fact is true or provable. Therefore, all facts are real.
Correct: The fact is that you are not married.
Wrong: GovnermentWrong: Agnaist Wrong: Envornament.
These are common mistakes that can be heard in call centres in Hyderabad. The employees have trouble pronouncing words such as, '
Government', 'Against' and 'Environment'.
Wrong: Fathers name
Wrong: Martial statusI
often come across these common mistakes in resumes or cover letters. 'Fathers name' implies more than one father while 'Martial status' implies military rule.
Correct: Father's nameCorrect: Marital status
Ramamurthy Sridhar, from Hyderabad, sent these three bloopers.Wrong: I am having a lovely family.This type of error is easy to hear in India. We use the present continuous tense in place of the present simple tense.Correct: I have a lovely family.Wrong: This vehicle is dead cheap.When a product is very cheap, a lot of us say it is 'dead cheap'. Actually, the phrase is 'dirt cheap'.Correct: This vehicle is dirt cheap. Wrong: It will be a very cut and right report.The proper phrase is 'cut and dry' or 'cut and dried'. It means that something is settled or routine. Correct: It will be a very cut and dried report.
'This calamity is very nice!'
She came in at 12:00 pm
Ten avoidable English errors
'Why you do me like that?'
'She thought me English'
'Don't rotate in the corridor.'
Tips for those tricky adjectives
'I come to office by walk'
English bloopers: 'She is very proudy!'
Those pesky prepositions
'That person is very kiddish'
Did you bye the petrol?
'Is this your's?'
source from rediff.com
Posted by Kiran at 6:13:00 PM
Salman claims to be inspired by Rajnikanth's magnanimity . "I want to do what he is doing . Whatever he earns, he is giving back to the people ," said Salman.
Posted by Kiran at 5:10:00 PM
Charminar is always on the top of the mind of any tourist visiting Hyderabad. To say that Charminar is a major landmark in the city is to state the obvious, to repeat a cliché. The great monument is a synonym for Hyderabad and the pivot around which the glory and history of the city have developed. To imagine this 400-year-old city without Charminar is to imagine New York without the Statue of Liberty or Moscow without the Kremlin. Built by Mohammed Quli Qutub Shah in 1591, shortly after he had shifted his capital from Golkonda to what now is known as Hyderabad, this beautiful colossus in granite, lime, mortar and, some say, pulverised marble, was at one time the heart of the city.
Charminar is a squarish structure with four towers in the four corners of the square, each of whose sides is 20 metres in length. Every side opens into a plaza through giant arches, which overlook four major thoroughfares and dwarf other features of the building except the minarets. Each arch is 11 metres wide and rises 20 metres to the pinnacle from the plinth. The minarets soar skywards by 24 metres from the roof of Charminar. Each minaret has four storeys, each looking like a delicately carved ring around the minaret. Some Anglophiles call Charminar the Arc de Triomphe of the East. From the ground to the apex, the minarets cover a length of 48.7 metres.
Posted by Kiran at 4:45:00 PM
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Posted by Kiran at 4:35:00 PM