It’s their mistake

Recently Delhi is suffering due to major power crisis. It’s duty of the Delhi Govt. to restore the situation. Well, where is Delhi Govt.? There is no Govt. at Delhi. There is president rule in Delhi. So, it’s the duty of Central Govt. of India to solve all the issues in Delhi. But instead of doing their duty, they started blaming other. They blamed Congress who were in power for last 15 years and AAP who were in power for just 49 days for current situation. This situation created after a storm. Instead of doing their duty, how can they blame Congress and AAP for this? It’s understandable that Congress might be responsible for a bad infrastructure for electricity distribution in Delhi. But what AAP could have done in just 49 days to improve it?

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What AAP’s Bismaya Mahapatra should learn or change

Personally I don’t 100% agree with what people Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) say or do. But I support and advocate most of their vision and action, as they are the best alternative to any other traditional political party. If someone asks them about their ideology, most of the leaders of AAP, including Kumar Biswas (who speaks well and a lot), go blank. If you ask them about what are their vision regarding foreign policy or economic policy etc., either they ignore or divert the question by answering about corruption, Jan Lokpal Bill and Swaraj Bill. However, party’s leader Arvind Kejriwal smartly answers that Swaraj is the party’s ideology and if we will solve the issue of corruption, everything will be alright. Unfortunately, the people who asks about ideology, foreign policies or economic policies etc. to AAP, never ask those questions to other parties and their leaders, at least in my knowledge. I don’t think a common citizen of India understands what the economic/foreign policy of Congress or BJP/Modi.

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Irony of Indian Cricket Fans

Sachin Tendulkar is a great cricketer. And he will continue his legendary. He is god of cricket. After his retirement everyone will miss him. But what’s going on since past few days is ridiculous.

Some people are saying that Sachin is not retiring from cricket, cricket is getting retired from Sachin. What kind of bullshit is this? I have seen use of this kind of sentence for funny lines. And you are saying this seriously with tears in your eyes?

Some people are saying this there is no cricket without Sachin. Probably they will stop watching cricket after this. Sachin has retired from T20Is and ODIs, since a long time. You stopped watching those formats of the game? I bet no one is going to stop watching cricket after this match.

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Hidden text in a spam email

I often find few spam emails in my inbox. It’s kind of normal, when I get a promotional email or newsletter, which I have not subscribed to. But I even get famous spams like easy money opportunity, great job offer etc. Ideally, these emails should go to spam, but since last few years Gmails spam filter is not working well. It’s even not learning well when I mark emails as spam. But recently I got an email with a lot of white area below the text of the email. When checked properly, I found that there are some text in white colour so that it will not be visible. And I guess this text is used to defeat spam filters. Here is the copy of that text:

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24 – First Episode

Last night they started the telecast 24, an Indian television drama series based on the American series of the same name, on Colors channel. I knew about 24 before, but never watched this. While Anil Kapoor is trying to change the Indian television prime time trend set by Ekta Kapoor, I wanted to watch it. From the promos I was finding it interesting. And it proved right. However I found a couple of things, which I would like to criticize: One is a mistake in the making and another is bounced over me a little.

The scenes of the series runs in real-time. This means every second you watch on the screen is happening at the exact time in the story. You are watching everything happening at a location unless the scene shifts to another location. In a scene Trisha Rathod (played by Tisca Chopra), wife of Jai Singh Rathod (played by Anil Kapoor), founds that her daughter is not at home. She searches for her and then calls Rathod. Rathod asks her, whether she tried to call the phone of their daughter. She replies something similar to “of course, I did that”. We are watching everything in real-time. We are with her since she found her daughter missing to this time. How did we miss the scene, when she called her daughter?

Towards the end of the episode, a terrorist kills a photographer and an air hostess, plants a time bomb, which was hidden in the fire extinguisher, jumps from the flight. And then the bomb blasts in the flight. It was required to kill the photographer and get his smart card ID, to kill the air hostess, but was it really required explode the international aeroplane? This one bounced over me. And I think no one will talk about this incident in this series anymore. This incident will not be broadcasted in news channels. Let’s see. I am going to watch episode 2 tonight.