Tuesday, August 23, 2011

New post

a xenophobia. How will you eat yours?

Saturday, August 20, 2011

My new post

Grow thick anodyne flowers

Monday, September 27, 2010

Chennai Super Kings are now champions of CLT20

Chennai Super Kings won CLT20 Final match by eight wickets. This was between Chennai Super Kings and Warriors at Johannesburg. In the tournament, Chennai Super Kings provides its fifth victory. That’s why Chennai Super Kings became the fifth team in the tournament and other teams are NSW, Tri & Tob and Victoria.

In this game, with figures of 4.0-0-16-3 M Muralitharan returned and providing the 46th occasion of a bowler capturing three or more wickets in the tournament. His bowling figures are one of the 17 occasions of a bowler and became the third CSK bowler to capture three or more wickets conceding 20 and less than 20 runs. Others bowler like 3 for 20 by L Balaji vs Central Districts at Durban on 11/09/10 and 4 for 23 by R Ashwin vs Wayamba at Centurion on 15/09/10.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Think out of box

Below are the Interview Questions, which were asked in HR Round.....

No one will GET second chance to impress....

Very very Impressive Questions and Answers..... ...

Question 1:

You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night, it's raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus:

  • An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
  • An old friend who once saved your life.
  • The perfect partner you have been dreaming about.
Which one would you choose to offer a ride to, knowing very well that there could only be one passenger in your car?

This is a moral/ethical dilem ma that was once ac tually used as part of a job application.

* You could pick up the old lady, because she is going to die, and thus you should save her first;
* or you could take the old friend because he once saved your life, and  this would be the perfect chance to! pay him back.

* However, you may never be able to find your perfect mate again.

The candidate who was hired (out of 200 applicants) had no trouble coming up with his answer. Guess what was his answer?
He simply answered:

"I would give the car keys to my Old friend and let him take the lady to the hospital. I would stay behind and wait for the bus with the partner of my dreams."
Sometimes, we gain more if we are able to give up our stubborn thought limitations. Never forget to "Think Outside of the Box."

Question 2:

What will you do if I run away with your sister?"

The candidate who was selected answered " I will not get a better match for my sister than you sir"

Question 3:

Interviewer (to a student girl candidate) - What is one morning you woke up & found that you were pregnant.
Girl - I will be very excited and take an off, to celebrate with my husband.
Normally an unmarried girl will be shocked to hear this, but she managed it well. Why I should think it in the wrong way, she said later when asked

Question 4:
Interviewer: He ordered a cup of coffee for the candidate. Coffee arrived kept before the candidate, then he asked what is before you?
Candidate: Instantly replied "Tea"

He got selected.
You know how and why did he say "TEA" when he knows very well that coffee was kept before.

(Answer: The question was "What is before you (U - alphabet) Reply was

"TEA" ( T - alphabet)

Alphabet "T" was before Alphabet "U"

Question 5:

Where Lord Rama would have celebrated his "First Diwali"?

People will start thinking of Ayodya, Mitila [Janaki's place], Lanka etc...
But the logic is, Diwali was a celebrated as a mark of Lord Krishna Killing Narakasura. In Dusavataar, Krishnavathaar comes after Raamavathaar.

So, Lord Rama would not have celebrated the Diwali At all!

Question 6:

The interviewer asked to the candidate "This is your last question of the interview. Please tell me the exact position of the center of this table where u have kept your files."
Candidate confidently put one of his finger at some point at the table and told that this was the central point at the table.

Interviewer asked how did u get to know that this being the central point of this table, then he answers quickly that

"sir u r not likely to ask any more question, as it was the last question that u promised to ask....."

And hence, he was selected as because of his quick-wittedness. .......

This is What Interviewer expects from the Interviewee. ...


Thursday, September 23, 2010

Corruption in Common wealth games

Common wealth games are very close-by. Its one of the biggest event to be happen in a developing country like India. The whole world is watching keenly how well India is going to host this International event. But now our own people have made us feel so ashamed after media brought few things into limelight.

First, Corruption in Common wealth was made as a hot topic. So Kalmadi stated that there was no corruption and everything was going on very perfectly.He and his team were working hard on it.

Since this issue turned up to be big and he left he himself might have to resign, he made a member in his committee to resign.

Second,an issue started that the money was not sufficient to host the games. So they might need an 100 more crores for this for completing the pending work.

Third, even at the peak time of only one month remaining, no stadiums was up to the mark. Many were under construction. Many stadiums were waterlogged. When media questioned Kalmadi he said everything will be fine when the event begins.

Fouth, the major insult came when four international teams declared that Common Village as unlivable. What else is left to make Indians feel ashamed of ?

Added to this the over bridge near Jawaharlal Nehru Statidum collapsed injuring many which added masala to all the happenings.

Only now the Indian government has considered this to be a serious issue and have held up some meetings to discuss the progress and other pending work.

Its now too late to react. If Indian government had a overlook on these , things would have not gone so worst.

Now the whole world knows India is not fit to handle something like this.

Because of few corrupted Indians, all of us now embrassed before the whole world.

Jai HInd!!!!

Thursday, August 5, 2010

India glittering start at Common Wealth Games Opening Cermony

After all the hitches and news on India being unfit to host a huge event like Common wealth 2010, India has proved its metal.

This inaguration cermony was held at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium, Delhi on 3rd of Oct  (Sunday) and and Prince Charles and his wife were the chief guest of this great event.

The entire stadium was jam packed with around 60,000 people in it. Programs like yoga, Indian railways which depict the common man's life in India , displaying of different form of dance and last but not the least A.R Rehaman's song made the cermony very interesting.

India has made the whole world to turn back and have a look at the cultural and traditional values of Indian people.

Some snaps of the opening cermony:

Being a developing country, India has given a blazing start for the common wealth games. Hats off to all who have worked so hard to make this event turn out something great. Really proud to be an Indian.

Jai Hind

Sunday, August 1, 2010

Science on life after death

In 1991, Atlanta, Ga. resident Pam Reynolds had a near-death experience (NDE). Reynolds underwent surgery for a brain aneurysm, and the procedure required doctors to drain all the blood from her brain. Reynolds was kept literally brain-dead by the surgical team for a full 45 minutes. Despite being clinically dead, when Reynolds was resuscitated, she described some amazing things. She recounted experiences she had while dead -- like interacting with deceased relatives. Even more amazing is that Reynolds was able to describe aspects of the surgical procedure, down to the bone saw that was used to remove part of her skull.

What's remarkable (although not unique) about Reynolds' experience is that it is the combination of an NDE and an out-of-body-experience (OBE).Science, too, has made its own headway toward explaining these weird phenomena. Two studies on the separate aspects of Reynolds' experience were conducted in 2007. Each seems to explain how a person can have an OBE or a NDE, but do they hold up in explaining experiences like Reynolds'?

­As many as 18 percent of people brought back from death after a heart attack said they'd had a NDE . While many religious adherents might not be surprised by these accounts, the idea that human consciousness and the body exist distinctly from each other flies in the face of science. A brain-dead person should not be able to form new memories -- he shouldn't have any consciousness at all, really.

A study from the University of Kentucky has quickly gained ground among scientists as possibly the best explanation for NDEs. Researchers there theorize that the mysterious phenomenon is really an instance of the sleep disorder rapid eye movement (REM) intrusion. In this disorder, a person's mind can wake up before his body, and hallucinations and the feeling of being physically detached from his body can occur.

The Kentucky researchers believe that NDEs are actually REM intrusions triggered in the brain by traumatic events like cardiac arrest. If this is true, then this means the experiences of some people following near-death are confusion from suddenly and unexpectedly entering a dream-like state.

This theory helps explain what has always been a tantalizing aspect of the mystery of NDEs: how people can experience sights and sounds after confirmed brain death. The area where REM intrusion is triggered is found in the brain stem -- the region that controls the most basic functions of the body -- and it can operate virtually independent from the higher brain. So even after the higher regions of the brain are dead, the brain stem can conceivably continue to function, and REM intrusion could still occur [source: BBC].
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