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Monday, April 27, 2009

Rise Bengal Rise - Jaago Bangla Jaago

Rise Bengal Rise. Rise from the deep sleep, that you are sleeping for so many years now. Enough is enough. Its high time that you understand. You were once ahead of others in almost everything. Now you are only better than the poorest of the poor. You need development, an all around development, not only in agriculture, but also in industry. Your children are escaping away your political unrest to distant lands in search of money and peace. You do not have enough money to feed your children. Today you are like a poor mother who has a lot of dreams and aspirations but due to shortage of funds cannot sent her children for good education, cannot provide them a favourable place to work and lead their lives. 

You had trememdous potential, but it was misused all these years. That is why your state has been like this for so many years now. Now you are speechless, perplexed not knowing what to do. External powers are trying to pull you apart into many pieces. You sons are fighting against each other, not knowing your greatness, heritage and unity in diversity. They are busy renaming your divided pieces. Red tapism had eaten you for all these years, now it seems red tapism has again been back in disguise of green tapism, whose curse has made you feel like there is no other alternate way out to get out of this cursed cycle of life. USA's economy had started booming after their automobile sector boom, but your economy is 30 years behind which no automobile industry could revive because of sheer green tapism.

It is my utmost prayer to you Our Mother Bengal, to rise again, rise from the ashes and again make Bengal God's chosen land where her sons could earn their living and stay without even thinking of migrating to other places in search of living. Rise Bengal Rise - Jaago Bangla Jaago.

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Saturday, April 25, 2009

7 things to Beat the Severe Heat this Summer

1. Plant more trees 

- on your backyard, roof, terrace
- on the roadside, footpath, 

2. Stop shouting political slogans

- Spend all the money being used in political slogans, plackards to plant more trees, 

3. Build more power generating stations 

- to reduce shortfall of megawatts of power
- to make the supply more than demand

4. Drink more water, juices, fruits containing more water 

- to keep your body cool.
- get rid of dehydration

5. Eat less spicy food 

- for better digestion

6. Stop shouting at others or exhanging angry words and stop violence / adopt means of non violence

- to relieve stress
- go to swim

7. Pray to God for rain every night

- as that is the ultimate thing one could do

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Kolkata Knight Riders - IPL 2009 - IPL 2 - Indian Premium League

Korbo Lorbo Jitbo Re, Korbo Lorbo Re, Jitbo Re, Jitbo Re !

SRK with KKR Cheerleaders


SRK with KKR Cheerleaders


Dada with KKR Cheerleaders


Ananya Bera

Korbo Lorbo Jitbo Re, Korbo Lorbo Re, Jitbo Re, Jitbo Re !

The IPL is scheduled to start today at 2 pm in South Africa. What I think is the IPL would have more glamour involved with it as it has been shifted to South Africa. Any team which plays well will have a good chance of winning. 

Kolkata Knight Riders is my Team and so I will be cheering for it. People think that SRK has not done a good job by removing Sourav from the Skipper's position on the words of Coach Buchanan and I too think so. On the contrary I also think Sourav would have scored less runs as a captain so it is a wise decision to take Brendon McCullum as the new skipper. He can really hit the ball hard. 

Ananya Bera (a Kolkata girl from Lake Town, a 16 year old girl from St. Francis Xavier, Salt Lake) who is still in her school days would be cheering for KKR along with other cheerleaders and I would love to see her doing that. With all these controversies and glamour involved with IPL, the IPL 2 would be an exciting spicy event to watch this summer.


Go Kolkata Knight Riders ! 

Korbo Lorbo Jitbo Re, Korbo Lorbo Re, Jitbo Re, Jitbo Re !

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Friday, April 17, 2009

Website of Md. Salim - MP from North Kolkata


MD. Salim's Website 

I am a big fan of Md. Salim and his ideologies. He is the MP Candidate from North Kolkata. He has been the MP from Kolkata East for the last 5 years and had done a very good job. 

He is a true man amidst the many Indian Politicians who are looking for ruling India for the next 5 years. Md. Salim can truely bring India reach her goal in a very well guided manner. 

He is sure to be a strong contender for the Chief Ministerial position in Bengal for future and Bengal can prosper under his leadership.

Long Live Md. Salim.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Shubho Nabobarsho 1416 - from Vaijayanta Chattoraj



SHUBHO NABOBARSHO 1416 TO YOU ALL

from Vaijayanta Chattoraj

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Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Predictions of Vaijayanta – Lok Sabha Elections 2009 based on 2004 elections results (West Bengal)

Predictions of Vaijayanta – Lok Sabha Elections 2009 based on 2004 Elections Results in West Bengal 

1 – Coochbehar –

2004 – Hiten Barman of AIFB (51.54% votes) beat Girindra Nath Barman of AITC (27.76% votes) by 23.78% votes

2009 -  Hiten Barman of AIFB (45% votes) will beat Girindra Nath Barman of AITC (35% votes) by 10% votes 

2 – Alipurduars

2004 - Joachim Baxla of RSP (45.7% votes) beat Manoj Tigga of BJP (28.44% votes) by 17.26% votes

2009 -   Joachim Baxla of RSP (55.0% votes) will beat Manoj Tigga of BJP (20.0% votes) by 35.0% votes 

3 - Jalpaiguri

2004 – Minati Sen of CPM (47.65% votes) beat Parash Datta of AITC (27.36% votes) by 20.29% votes

2009 - Minati Sen of CPM (55.0% votes) will beat Parash Datta of AITC (30.00% votes) by 25.00% votes 

4 – Darjeeling

2004 – Dawa Narbula of CPM (44.7% votes) beat Moni Thapa of AITC (33.28% votes) by 11.42% votes

2009 – Jaswant Singh of BJP (70.0% votes) will beat Dawa Narbula of CPM (20.0% votes) by 50.00% votes 

5 – Raiganj

2004 – Priya Ranjan Dasmunshi of INC (45.98% votes) beat Minati Ghosh of CPM (41.71% votes) by 04.27% votes

2009 – Deepa Dasmunshi of INC (50.0% votes) will beat Minati Ghosh of CPM (45.00% votes) by 5.00% votes 

 6 - Balurghat

2004 – Ranen Barman of RSP (44.87% votes) beat Manomohan Roy of BJP (37.18% votes) by 07.69% votes

2009 – Ranen Barman of RSP (50.00% votes) will beat Manomohan Roy of BJP (35.00% votes) by 15.00% votes 

7 - Maldaha Uttar

2004 – A.B.A. Ghani Khan Choudhury of INC (48.63% votes) beat Pranab Das of CPM (35.54% votes) by 13.09% votes

2009 – Mausam Benazir Noor of INC (55.00% votes) will beat Pranab Das of CPM (30.00% votes) by 15.00% votes 

8 - Maldaha Dakshin

2004 – NA

2009 – NA

9 - Jangipur

2004 – Pranab Mukherjee of INC (48.88% votes) beat Abul Hasnat Khan of CPM (44.7% votes) by 4.41% votes

2009 – Pranab Mukherjee of INC (50.00% votes) will beat Abul Hasnat Khan of CPM (45.00% votes) by 5.00% votes 

10 – Baharampur

2004 – Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of INC (51.24% votes) beat Pramothes Mukherjee of RSP (41.27% votes) by 9.97% votes

2009 – Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury of INC (52.00% votes) will beat Pramothes Mukherjee of RSP (40.00% votes) by 12.00% votes 

11 – Murshidabad

2004 – Abdul Mannan Hossain of INC (45.86% votes) beat Moinul Hassan Ahamed of CPM (44.32% votes) by 1.54% votes

2009 – Abdul Mannan Hossain of INC (50.00% votes) will beat Moinul Hassan Ahamed of CPM (45.00% votes) by 5.00% votes 

12 - Krishnanagar

2004 – Jyotirmoyee Sikdar of CPM (42.73% votes) beat Satya Brata Mookherjee of BJP (40.54% votes) by 2.19% votes

2009 – Jyotirmoyee Sikdar of CPM (45.00% votes) will beat Satya Brata Mookherjee of BJP (35.00% votes) by 10.00% votes 

13 – Ranaghat

2004 – NA

2009 – NA

14 – Bangaon

2004 –NA

2009 – NA

15 - Barrackpur

2004 – Tarit Baran Topdar of CPM (55.7% votes) beat Arjun Singh of AITC (35.01% votes) by 20.69% votes

2009 – Tarit Baran Topdar of CPM (60.00% votes) will beat Arjun Singh of AITC (35.00% votes) by 25.00% votes   

16 - Dum Dum

2004 – Amitava Nandy of CPM (49.62% votes) beat Tapan Sikdar of BJP (41.73% votes) by 7.89% votes

2009 – Amitava Nandy of CPM (52.00% votes) will beat Tapan Sikdar of BJP (40.00% votes) by 12.00% votes 

17 – Barasat

2004 – Subrata Bose of AIFB (45.2% votes) beat Dr. Ranjit Kumar Panja of AITC (44.02% votes) by 1.18% votes

2009 – Subrata Bose of AIFB (50.00% votes) will beat Dr. Ranjit Kumar Panja of AITC (45.00% votes) by 5.00% votes 

18 - Basirhat

2004 – Ajay Chakraborty of CPI (50.97% votes) beat Sujit Bose of AITC (30.91% votes) by 20.06% votes

2009 – Ajay Chakraborty of CPI (50.00% votes) will beat Sujit Bose of AITC (35.00% votes) by 15.00% votes 

19 – Jaynagar

2004 – Sanat Kumar Mondal of RSP (55.81% votes) beat Asit Baran Thakur of BJP (27.22 % votes) by 28.59% votes

2009 – Sanat Kumar Mondal of RSP (50.00% votes) will beat Asit Baran Thakur of BJP (30.00 % votes) by 20.00% votes 

20 – Mathurapur

2004 – Basudeb Barman of CPM (48.56% votes) beat Radhika Ranjan Pramanik of AITC (39.53% votes) by 9.03% votes

2009 – Basudeb Barman of CPM (45.00% votes) will beat Radhika Ranjan Pramanik of AITC (40.00% votes) by 5.00% votes

(more 22 seats are in the queue)

NOTE: - This survery has been done solely for the purpose of curiosity and interest for elections and there was no intention to harm the sentiments of any party whosoever it is.

Source: - Indian Elections

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Monday, April 06, 2009

Some GRE High Frequency Words Websites

GRE High Frequency Words are really hepful for people who want to have a good grip over vocabulary. I have googled 4 main GRE High Frequency Words sites and am listing them below. You could have a look at them.

1)
Word Hacker

2)
GRE Guide

3)
GRE Word

4)
Take GRE

All The Best, Enjoy.

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