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Thursday, December 30, 2004

Thank you all!!...Posted by Hello


Personally, 2004 was a potpourri of mixed fortunes...a tragedy in the family, ending my partnership ventures, a new found love in photography, stopped smoking ;) and of course got to know many many wonderful bloggers. Friends, I have been very lucky to have you people around me during those difficult times...I am indebted for your kind support... and blogging has been a great springboard to bring me back into life. Thank you fellow bloggers for showing me the way. Hope this New Year brings Happiness, Prosperity and Good Health to all of you...have a Wonderful New Year 2005!







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Tuesday, December 28, 2004


Praying for those who lost their near and dear ones and for those rendered homeless by the killer Tsunami..(pic courtesy:SIFY) unconfirmed reports put the death toll over 1,00,000 and the numbers affected or displaced above six million. Is this the worst disaster our generation has seen? Lets hope so. In India, its saddening to see the media becoming more and more irresponsible....on the second day of the disaster Barkha Dutta reported that over 50 bodies were unattended in a remote village and NDTV claimed proudly that they discovered over 50 bodies strewn all over and that the district collectors werent even aware of it. Wasnt it their responsibility to inform the respective authorities? Do they have to wait for a nice coverage and claim all credit and finally blame the administrators? Is this what they call responsible media? It's very easy to blame the authorities but people should wake up to the ground realities. The number of people injured or affected were 50 times more than the number of dead. What do you want the relief agents to do? Remove the dead bodies or pay attention to the ones still alive and suffering? In Andaman and Nicobar, one every three is dead and the other two are affected. In such situations what will happen to the unattended dead bodies? Should you show that on TV and claim that the relief operations are hampered because of the red tape? Finding mistakes is the most easiest, stupidest and the meanest thing in this world...but not now, please!

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Monday, December 20, 2004

Selfhelp...thats me, pretending to be brooding...just for my timer set cam Posted by Hello

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Friday, December 10, 2004

Almonds of the poor... Posted by Hello

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An ocean of people... Posted by Hello

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Advertising... Posted by Hello

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Colours of life....Posted by Hello

Scenes from Kadle kai parishe (Groundnut fair) held on the last monday of Karthika month at Basavanagudi, Bangalore 

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Wednesday, December 08, 2004

a wandering saint... Posted by Hello

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Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Blue, blue and more blue Posted by Hello

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