Thursday, 7 February 2013

[] Khatte-mitten khabhrain from around the world for 7/2/13


NaMo takes the country's educated youth/class by storm...
He spoke to 3,000 students of Delhi's Sri Ram College of Commerce on Wednesday, but with the hour-long speech covered live on most news channels and streamed rail-time to his own website, this seemed more like a well-planned addressed to the nation. Some of his quotable quotes…
"Optimists say the glass is half full, pessimists say the glass is half empty. I say this glass is full: filled half with air and half with water"
"The milk in your tea is from Gujarat. Have a ladyfinger in Europe or milk in Singapore, it will be from Gujarat and in Afghanistan tomatoes are from Gujarat"
"Our model is P2G2: Pro People, Good Governance. Rulers often follow path of firefighing. But they must visualize things…. Dream to bring about change"
The speech was an act of branding his achievements as part of branding his vision of India.
(Only in India can you find the sorry of spectacle of the entire media being gripped by paranoia and castigating a politician who has consistently delivered)
A foolish man tells a woman to stop talking, but a wise man tells her that she looks extremely beautiful when her lips are closed.
You hate your life, but some people dream of having your life and some dream to have YOU as their life…
Breakfast is very painful when wife orders..
"Ramu, Sahab ke Ande ubaal dena"
Servant asks: "Memsaab, apka bhi doodh garam karun kya?
Wife: "Abhi nahin, sahab ko jaane do"
Mind chow
The glow of one warm thought is to me worth more than money.
A very, very punny wisecrack by Bachi Karkaria in TOI…
"Rushdie, Khan. It's been a tough time for the Salmen."
(Me: If you didn't get it right, both their first name is Salman, and both find themselves in hot waters for different reasons)

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