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Traffic in India

I lived in India for 19 years before my family moved to Canada. I never realized how bad the traffic situation in India was until my recent trip to India this October. When I went back after 7 years for the first time since I had left India, traffic scared the hell out of me. The first week was the scariest and then I got used to it. Check out the video below to see how bad traffic can get and I am sure at some place in India it is even worse. 🙂

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FUNNY

Teacher: ‘A’ for?
Student: Apple !!!
Teacher: Jor se bolo
Student: JAI MATA DI
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1) Smoking
2) Drinking
3) Charas
4) Ganja
5) Chicken
6) Mutton
7) Oily food
8) Masala
9) Sleep & obesity
10) Pollution
= Heart Attack
Matlab
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DUS bahane karke le gaye DIL !!
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What’s the opposite of “Dominoes”???
think
think
think
think
think
tired of thinking???

Well the answer is “Domi doesn’t know”
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Whats the opposite of “Pizza Hut”


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okei don’t kill me “Pizza…. Hutna mat”
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ok whats the opp of venky’s..

venlocks…
(now,now,dont bang ur head plz..)
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Whats the opposite of Gopalakrishnan?
Comepalakrishnan.
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What is the opposite of Subramnium Swamy?
Subramanium Didn’t See Me.
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one day a man calls his wife from his IDEA mobile
his call gets cross connected to some other lady.They still keep on
talking..they start liking each other..and finally they get married.
what MORAL do u get???
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An IDEA can change your wife.
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A sardarji went to a STD/ISD/PCO SHOP and slapped the operator twice.
😦
Guess why ?

because there it was written “Number dial karne se pehele do lagae”
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ek haathi agar swimming pool mein gir gaya
to kaise bahar nikalega???????
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think
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geela ho ke nikalega……

whats difference between a man jumping from 1st floor and a man jumping
from 10th floor?
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. from 10 flr to grd AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA duoopppppp

from 1st to frd
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. DHUoooPPâEURŒâEURŒAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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The director of Kal Ho Na Ho is ready with his next production and this one looks like a winner from the very beginning. Check out the trailers below.

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Both, says the Oxford BBC Guide to Pronunciation, a secret guide that has helped generations of BBC newsreaders pronounce difficult words and odd-sounding names, has been made public for the first time in the UK and US.

The training manual offers advice on words such as “schedule”, “controversy” and “kilo-metre”, as well as troublesome modern names including “Al-Qaeda” and “JK Rowling”. It’s an updated version of the tome used by the BBC since the days when radio presenters wore dinner jackets.

It includes the correct way to pronounce foreign names, such as “Sven-Goran Eriksson”, the former England manager, (sven yoer-an ay-rik-son) as well as “Faria Alam”, his former lover, (fuh-ree-uh uh-lam). Rowling, the Harry Potter author, is pronounced as in “rowing” a boat and not as in having a “row” with those who say differently.

It buries the hatchet about long-lived arguments — such as whether to say “shed-yool” or “sked-yool” for “schedule”. Shed-yool is a more English way of pronouncing it, says the guide, though neither is wrong. And is it kil-uh-mee-tuhr or kil-om-uh-tuhr? The first way is the more traditional, says the guide, but the second version is also acceptable.

More than 16,000 words, phrases and difficult-sounding names and places are included in the ÂŁ14.99 (approx. Rs 1,300) book. The BBC has a Pronunciation Unit with a database of 200,000 words, names and phrases that may leave some newsreaders and presenters tongue-tied.

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I am back…..

Alright guys, I am back from my 3 week vacation of India. 🙂 I had a lot of fun there, kept really very busy and became very tired at the end of it. Lets put it this way that I am happy to be back.

So, I am going to start updating the blog soon.  Make sure you start reading the blog again. 😀

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