Bohemian Bonhomie

In the movie Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, Amitabh Bachchan was seen in a bohemian avatar in a song……..the lyrics are absolutely magnificent and the music even. Generally people look down to those bohemians  in disdain………..with not so trustworthy way…………..actually their way of living life and their attire and the incidents which took place with them are often very unusual, unfamiliar and that’s why  people distrust them. But I feel one should feel blessed to find such people  at least once in a lifetime……………you never know they have uncanny ability to see through people’s problem, their accurate analysis of people’s pain and the accurate  solving no matter how much they are humiliated in life sometimes they come to us for some definite reasons or may teach us something we don’t know and show us the real path  of living life. They are spiritually  so rich that they don’t bother about the rest of the world……….they attract people like anything……one should listen to them does not matter if you follow it or not but have a ear to what they want to say………..you never know God’s gifts are found in the most trickiest places and from the most unexpected people;)

Industrial Development [P1]Few ideas which can be considered for Better India:shamelessly yours

I believe its high time India should amend certain conventional rules which is for betterment and welfare in general for the country. Several instances are sited that political interference are playing havoc in the growth of Industrial Development of certain states, certain region. I know many of us will agree with the point that political interference are unnecessary and they are  deterring Industrial development where majority’s interest of betterment is involved. I can cite example of Bengal where three major groups TATA, Zindal, and Infosys had withdrawn their projects from Bengal due to political interference, simply political and nothing else. So its high time to distort and build certain rules for Industrial Development of each state without political interference. I believe people should work in team to identify areas of each state which are suitable for Industrial Development and those lands will be highly protected under President’s quota. Even Prime Minister cannot intervene into this. These lands will be given to those prospective projects which Industrialists of different sectors want to develop accordingly WITHOUT ANY POLITICAL INTERFERENCE. I feel different NGOs can be built to take care of the circumstantial issues of the industry. The state will be bound to help unconditionally[by law] in every aspect so that projects can carry forward smoothly. I might sound over ambitious and expecting [ read dreaming] more from our own people but this can be considered a way if we want to see a better India. Opposition does not always give competitive results. Even in our favorite politics several example are there. During the second term Prime Ministerial venture Smt Indira Gandhi was more successful than the first term…………people said the opposition was pretty weak during her second term.:) We can take inspiration from this and let others work without opposing………. sometimes people dig their own graveyard by opposing others. Mamata Banerjee is the brightest instance.

Amazing Children Help Typhoon Victims

The Adventures of Iñigo Boy

My home country, Philippines declared a national state of emergency following the recent typhoon, which was considered the strongest typhoon in the world. Millions were left homeless, and without a family.

Help started pouring from other countries, which was really amazing.

Today, allow me to share some inspiring stories of heroism from children around the world.

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TOKYO-Thousands of miles in terms of distance certainly was not enough to keep six-year old Shoichi Kondoh from feeling compassion for Filipinos, not thinking twice about giving away his painstakingly saved-up piggyback savings as part of the ever-growing international relief aid.

Accompanied by his mother, Miho Kondoh, Shoichi visited the Philippine Embassy in Japan to hand over JPY 5,000. Shoichi said he was moved to donate his savings  after witnessing the extent of destruction the Philippines experienced from Super Typhoon Yolanda on television.

Consul Dexter Lao expressed the embassy’s gratitude for the sincere gesture…

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