The “wonderful and truly capable” Delhi Police just got busted. Their vain attempts to implicate some individual in a murder case got shredded away in the Delhi High Court. The basic summary is as follows: A couple (husband with blood group A, and the wife with blood group B) gets killed, the investigating police plant … Read more
The shortest day of the year is here… I just wish that office hours were shorter… 😀
Indian PM- Dr. Manmohan Singh surely has his hands full. When he took office, no one must have told him that his job would include apologising for fellow party member’s statements, and also placating people bellowing and fasting for their region’s statehood. I sorta feel sad for him. With an education like this, and a … Read more
Well, I chanced upon this article in The Hindu online edition. It made for a hilarious read. The icing on the cake was the following statement by MK Stalin: My father always gives ‘rest to rest’ and I hope he will not retire from active politics. M Karunanidhi, and active politics??…. 😀
The hottest thing nowadays, is the United Nations Climate Change Conference. This conference will supposedly harbor in a new age, where nations will pollute lesser i.e. reduce emissions- the Greenhouse ones not this kind of emissions. 😀 But a notable absentee at this conference will be Al Gore (of the An Inconvenient Truth fame). He … Read more
25 years on after The Bhopal Gas Tragedy, the victims and their relatives are still looking for justice, while the CEO at the time is probably sipping margaritas at a beach. How in the world, can a society be selective in the dispensation of justice? Compare this with the Ambani vs Ambani battle which has … Read more
With the latest plans to radically overhaul NREGA (National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) has a lot of politicians excited without any valid reason. The NREGA has been a radical scheme introduced by the UPA Government. The scope of the Act is as follows: An Act to provide for the enhancement of livelihood security of the … Read more
The IIM Management launched the online CAT test this year amidst great hoopla. Well Prometric (which supposedly conducts GRE and TOEFL) got the contract and everybody was happy. Well, when the CAT 2009 arrived, and the reality struck. Well, a report here is amusing, especially the response from Prometric. It is too good to be … Read more
Well, news just in… An Indian in the Forbes list of World’s 10 Most Outrageous CEOs as The Mint newspaper reports here, and The Hindu reports here. Good ol’ Ramalinga Raju. He surely has created a legacy….
Q: Which is the costliest book released in 2009? A: The 1029-page Liberhan Commission Report. After 17 years of extensive research and Rs 8 crores (that’s Rs 80,000,000) of Indian tax payer money, it works out to be Rs 80,000/- and 6 days spent per page.