Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Narcee Monjee here I come

"Enough is Enough"- Says MON
Well thats is!
Goal is:
9 apapers to clear for previous Sem
3 For backlog last year
and one MAJOR project( Mostly on M&A)

I know i know
BUt i had some reasons

Monday, February 27, 2006


My un-vented angst is troubling me
It’s like a punishment
A third grade fail is punished
Every time there is spelling mistake
Write again
You have failed in Hindi
Whack ! Whack!
Repeat the paper!
Now its life
U have failed AGAIN
Repeat this class
But there is no-one to teach you
You keep failing
Keep failing and burning inside
U know u are repeating the class
But you just don’t know how to pass
You try and you fail
Try and fail
Try and fail

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Lonely Lady #17

- written by Neil Diamond, Vince Charles, and King Erisson
- Sung By Neil Diamond!!

Lonely lady one, she run away.
And number two, she do the same.
Lady number three walk out on me
like number four.
Who's keeping score?
Lady five, oh how she lied.
She made me pay some dues.
Six and seven, eight, nine, ten,
they really were bad news.
Oh no, they'd only break my heart.
That's how it seems.
And then I finally came upon
a lady seventeen.
Lonely lady number seventeen,
she stayed a while.
She had the style.
Lonely lady number seventeen,
she got to be with lonely me.
Lonely, lonely lady number seventeen, yeah.
Lonely lady!
Ladies eleven, twelve and thirteen,
they came and went.
"Baby," I still can hear them sayin'
"It's time to repent."
I turned around,
and there she was
with such a sweet surprise:
a lovin' face,
lovin' smile,
and love lights in her eyes.
Lonely lady number seventeen,
you stayed a while.
You had the style.
Lonely lady number seventeen,
come on and be
with lonely me
Oh no, when lady fourteen walked out,
that's when I screamed.
No luck with lady fifteen
or sweet sixteen.
But lonely lady number seventeen,
you stayed a while.
You had the style.
Lonely lady number seventeen,
come on an be
with lonely me.
Lonely, lonely lady
number seventeen, yeah!
Lonely lady!
She makes me feel so sociable

Saturday, February 25, 2006

ChAnGe Is PeRmAnEnt

It never stops
Whatever be the pace of your life
Whether someone lives or dies, laughs or cries.
It just Zhooks past everyone, faster than the speed of light.

Friday, February 24, 2006

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Cul De Sac

A cul-de-sac (originally in anatomy: French, literally "bottom of a sack" or "bottom of bag") or dead-end street is a street with only one inlet/outlet. A cul-de-sac is usually differentiated by having a turnaround area at its closed end. Both cul-de-sac and dead end are also used metaphorically to mean a line of thought or action which leads nowhere.
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Monday, February 20, 2006

Whats the oldest thing you remember?

Age: 3-4 Yrs Old
Location: Eatery of some school for very small kids
Situation: Post lunch of LKG ( Lower Kindergarten )

The windows in a distance showing cloudy sky
Not so well lit room
I open the paper wrapper of this candy ( Toffee ) and
A huge blue colored dustbin is in sight
I throw the Candy and am left with the wrapper in my hand!
Oh No!
I am found staring on the inside the deep duct-bin trying to locate the candy!
Goes the bell and the rest is washed away in the loud shrieks of children running out……

Among my oldest memories

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

What’s love got to do with it?

Feb 14 Isn’t Just Valentine’s Day, It’s Historic In Many Other Ways
ITS ABOUT STOLEN ARTICLES...(oops .. ok read on)

Reshmi R Dasgupta NEW DELHI 13 FEBRUARY

WHY think only of Cupid or Kamadev today? Plenty other events are linked to February 14. When you ring up your sweetheart or SMS, spare a thought for Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray. Both invented the telephone at the same time, but independently.
On February 14, 1876, Gray applied to the patent office but Bell had done the needful two hours earlier. After much litigation (Bell’s device named in the patent did not work), Gray was awarded rights to the invention but most think Bell’s the one.
Valentine Day lesson 1: Timing is everything. If she brings out the animal in you on Valentine’s Day (before you check the credit card update on the computer, of course), shout, “Me Tarzan, you Jane”, as a salute to the movie Tarzan of the Apes, released on this day in 1918. And talking of laptops, here’s another factoid:IBM came into the world that day. In 1924, under its president Thomas Watson Sr, Computing Tabulating Recording (CTR) Corporation changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation.

VDay lesson 2: Act first, think (pad) later. If you’re keeping a wary eye out for Bajrang Dal activists as you choose a Valentine’s Day card, a bit of trivia may just change the focus of their activities. As they decry the dilution of Indian culture, remind them that it’s the day that Babur was born, way back in 1483. And mention that February 14 was also the day his Mughal ancestor Timur the Lame died — in 1405.
Valentine’s day: Just imagine... BUT don’t tell them that on that same day in 1929 the notorious Al Capone bumped off seven members of his rival’s gang in Chicago.
V-Day lesson 3: Distraction is the better part of valour. On a serious note, this was also the day in 1989 that Ayatollah Khomeini pronounced the fatwa on Salman Rushdie, on the same day that Union Carbide agreed to a $470-m pay-out to the victims of the Bhopal gas tragedy.
It’s also the day in 1975 that PG Wodehouse (whose inimitable Bertie Wooster was never lucky with his lady loves) died, aged 93. And on this day, just last year, the former Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri was assassinated.
V-Day lesson 4: Into every life (and love) a little rain must fall. But hey, today’s the day that New York mayor Michael Bloomberg can finally sing, “When I’m 64”. And it’s also the day in 1972 that John n’ Yoko began their week-long anchoring of the Mike Douglas Show.
And the final V-Day lesson: Imagine....

Monday, February 13, 2006

Walnut Chocolate Brownie ( to be eaten with Vanilla Ice Cream & More Chocolate sauce)

- 230gm sugar(one cup)

- Eggs -2

-Butter 100gm

- Sifted flour 85gm

Salt one fourth tsp

Vanilla essence half tea-spoon

- Chopped walnut one third cup

- Cocoa 6tbsp

- Baking powder 1/2tsp

Sift flour,salt and bp together.

Preheat oven to 350 fareghnite.

Beat eggs and sugar untill lemon coloured

Melt cooca and butter in a double boiler until it becomes paste

Take off heat .Cool slightly.

Add egg mixture & gradually fold in the sifted ingredient and add vanilla essence

Mix in the walnuts.

Grease a 20 cm square pan and dust with flour

Pour the cooca batter into it and bake for 30 minutes.

Cut into squares about 5cm when cool.


Saturday, February 11, 2006

Excerpts ( DONT SLEEP, Write)

  • There is nothing called Job Satisfaction, You have to satisfy the Job

  • Stephen R Covey says there are three Constants Change | Choice | Principle

  • R3=R1+R2( R1=Resources, R2=Relationships, R3= Results) With R1 Fixed, only way to increase R3 is to increase R2

  • Focus on the A’s in the “Report Card”. The F’s can be supported. Maxi-Utilise the A’s.

  • Get Rid of “Makhi (fly) Mentality” Don’t make a beeline for dirt.

  • You are as good as RIGHT NOW, Not as good as yesterday.

  • “An American(Huge Burly Guy)  and a Japanese( Short athletic) were among the attendees of a training program at a resort in Africa. While preparing for a early Jog , they suddenly notice a large Tiger running towards them.With both Scared to the core, The Japanese quickly starts to prepare for a sprint. The American in panic, queries the Japanese what will you achieve by running, the tiger will get you anyway, the Japanese replies Who is running from the tiger, what is important is that who can run faster among us” Be very clear of what your completion is.

  • Find and nurture Real qualities in self and others

  • Growth Path: Don’t do your Sub-ordinates Job, Do your boss’s Job so that he is free to do his Boss’s

  • If you “TRY To DO” you will keep trying to do. DO IT!

Sunday, February 05, 2006


That was a new word I learnt when we were studying history lessons,
The war
The blitzkrieg
The train journey I took to delhi, gave me a lot of time to myslef. I love train journeys( journeys in general).
While reading TOM PETER's , the way he was describing the way the world the businesses are moving and the environment around its changing so so fast, I was reminded of the word.Dizzying speed of life !!!
My week was pretty interesting motley of events
- An amazing expo
- A superb Metro Jounery in the Delhi metro( Its actually better than Singapore MRT, I fact its the worlds only four which is making a profit)
- I really feel proud to be and Indian
- Removing the social happenings..
- The week ended with The Great " RANG DE BASANTI"

Be a rebel!!
real good movie!!!!