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Amazing Teenage Singer

Amazing Teenage Singer In my quest of life,I mostly roam in books or on Internet or hear people's experiences and also through television and news paper to gather information and experiences. This journey of mine is never ending and teaches me something somewhere.But the incident or situation I am sharing through this blog is felt by me in the real world and the thing what touches my heart and made me compel to write this article is voice of a teenage boy named Md. Faiz whom I met on a marriage I visited with my family. He was from a very small town and cousin to the girl whose marriage I attended. Somebody told me that he sings very well and than everybody asked him to sing. He sang Sonu Nigam's Apna mujhe tu laga from the movie 1920 Evil Returns. He sang it so well that I wanted the song never come to an end and to keep on listening him but the situation and that gathering was not a place for that to happen as everybody was busy in something and I don't want anybody to …

Aam Aadmi Party by Arvind Kejrivaal

“Aam Aadmi Party” by Arvind Kejrivaal
India Against Corruption has finally announced their political party. During this one and a half year or I should say that during the hatching period of their party there was a struggle between themselves to whether launch a party or not, what will be its purpose? How it will function? What it will look like? On all these issues they asked for public opinion through mobile sms and online voting, I think they were not wrong in doing so because you need to have the opinion of those for whom you are doing something or willing to do something but this to have limitations. Even now mobile phone is not available to everyone, secondly everyone is not an active participant in nation building.   Finally on 2nd October 2012,they announced an unnamed party and present a draft of it to the nation, it was strange to know that they are willing to project themselves as national party but remain mum on several issues of national interest like Kashmir issue, FDI,…

Tragedy Of Being Mr.Rahul Gandhi.

Rahul Gandhi was always an inspiration for the congress, from ever since he had entered the politics( some people still think he should better be outside it) there were speculations that he will be the next prime minister of India. But as time passes such speculations rises but Rahul Gandhi falls from being so. Being a politician from such a valuable family and giving such a high promises to the nation his policies,his ideology is still alien to people. Sometimes when he ate in dalit houses (who support their families with difficulty and arrange their meals with lots of efforts) he presents himself as ‘ Mesiha’  for them who will change their destiny but when there was a bill on ‘promotion in reservation’ (which his party bring in haste to divert from Coalgate) he remains quite and his views are unclear to the masses. It appears that he his a true Gandhian of today of believes in Gandhi’s monkey philosophy but with a twist. Gandhi ‘s monkeys say never to listen bad things, never to h…

Thought shrinking

World has shrunk a lot. I am not talking about the size of the earth, nor i am concern about the closeness technology had brought. I am talking about thought shrinking. It is a phenomenon developed in the course of time and not a sudden change. The thoughts of people of about 120years ago revolve around the whole world, they wanted to know other cultures other nations, other people. They do concern about the changes in the world or its necessities. Soon time changed thoughts started shrinking to the national level. National problems as a whole was main thoughts. Those countries fighting for their freedom at that time struggled for countries' freedom and liberty, national development used to be their aim. They do not bother for other nations and if do so than it would be for their nations benefit. But as i say CHANGE IS PERMANENT, it happens with the thoughts also as the human race advances in science and technology with the world thoughts too shrunk. People then raises local prob…