Friday, December 5, 2008

Be first to serve for the NATION!!!

Be first to serve for the NATION!!!

Just a little joke for a tongue-in-cheek view of the situation— still proud to be an Indian inspite of everything.

During the Cold War, if USA launched a nuke-loaded missile, Soviet satellites would inform the Soviet army in 3 seconds and in less than 5 seconds Soviet counter-missiles would be on their way.

This was their scenario……………..

But if there is a nuclear war between India and Pakistan:

The Pakistan army decides to launch a nuke-missile towards India.
They don’t need any permission from their Government, and promptly order the countdowns.
Indian technology is highly advanced. In less than 8 seconds, Indian army detects the Pak Countdown and decides to launch a missile in retribution.
But they need permission from the Government of India. They submit their request to the Indian President. The President forwards it to the Cabinet.
The Prime Minister calls an emergency Lok Sabha session. The LS meets, but due to several walkouts and severe protests by the opposition, it gets adjourned and adjourned indefinitely.
The President asks for a quick decision.
In the mean time, the Pak missile failed to take off due to technical failure. Their attempts for a relaunch are still on.
Just then the Indian ruling party is reduced to a minority because a party that was giving outside support withdraws it.
The President asks the PM to prove his majority within a week.
As the ruling party fails to win the confidence vote, a caretaker government is installed.
The caretaker PM decides to permit the armed forces to launch a nuclear missile. But the Election Commission says that a caretaker government can not take such a decision because elections are at hand.
A Public Interest Litigation is filed in the Supreme Court alleging misuse of power by the Election Commission.
The Supreme Court comes to the rescue of the PM, and says the acting PM is authorized to take this decision in view of the emergency facing the nation.
Just then one of the Pak missiles successfully took off, but it fell 367 miles away from the target, on its own government building at 11.00AM.
Fortunately there were no casualties as no employee had reached the office that early.
In any case, the nuclear core of the missile had detached somewhere in flight.
The Pakistan army is now trying to get better technologies from China and USA.
The Indian Government, taking no chances, decides to launch a nuclear missile of its own, after convening an all-party meeting.
This time all the parties agree.
Its three months since the army had sought permission. But as preparations begin, “pro-humanity”, “anti-nuclear” activists come out against the Government’s decision.
Human chains are formed and Rasta rokos organised.
In California and Washington endless e-mails are sent to Indians condemning the government and mentioning “Please forward it to as many Indians as possible”.
On the Pakistan side, the missiles kept malfunctioning. Some missiles deviate from target due to technical failures or high-speed wind blowing over Rajasthan.
Many of them land in the Indian Ocean killing some fishes.
A missile (smuggled from USA) is pressed into service. Since the Pakistan army is unable to understand its software, it hits its original destination: Russia .
Russia successfully intercepts the missile and in retaliation launches a nuclear missile towards Islamabad.
The missile hits the target and creates havoc.
Pakistan cries for help. India expresses deep regrets for what has happened and sends in a million dollars worth of Parle-G biscuits.
Thus India never gets to launch the missile.
Pakistan never gets it right.
And we live happily ever after!!!!
Long Live Indian Democracy ……

Now some serious discussions ….


We all have the right to Information, but we are stupidly overlooking this weapon and only blaming to the Government, Bureaucrats, Administration, Police, Celebrities and all others we can think of, but we just forget our own self, we forget that we also are the integral part of this nation and we also bear some responsibility towards the motherland.

There is a saying / quotes -- "Don't ask what Nation has does for me, Instead think what I can do for the Nation"

If every individual residing in INDIA starts feeling and discharging the very own basic responsibilities towards the nation; we will definitely prosper and never ever suffer like what we are with now… feel the sense of responsibility towards the nation.

So dear fellow citizen, STOP BLAMING others

Why not Come across on your own feet and Start taking the required initiatives and measure yourselves. Use your basic right and start getting follow ups from the administration…… if we all seek in unity they will become helpless and have to respond for the same.

Every time we do protest against some authority, political parties call Strikes, Dharana’s, Bandh’s, Walk-outs from the Parliament; and soon after all forget the issue and get involved in the daily hectic routine to earn money and other schedules; and nothing happens to the system and it goes on and on…..

These all now really needs to change for the better future and safety of the NATION and each and every individual residing/visiting the country.

So be first to serve for the NATION!!!

Don’t wait for the others, to throw water on your burning home…!!!

Vande` Mataram`

Jai Hind, Jai Maharastra!!!

With Best Regards,

Dinesh Saroj

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Smilling Moon!!!

Smiling MOON!!!

I Received a call from Rakesh to have a look in the sky...

I was in my office, put the call on hold and went out to have the look on to the sky...


What a Smile Man...Amazing!!!

Every once in a while, something will appear in the night sky that will attract the attention of even those who normally don't bother looking up, I'm one of those :).

On Monday night, December 1, 2008, The calm sky was bearing a beautiful smile due to, Venus, Jupiter and moon combined together to create a celestial smiley face a rare treat from the heavens.

I also showed it to my colleagues at the office, all enjoyed watching it...

Thanks to salim and rakesh, for having me to be able to see the wonderful smile!

@ Dins'