Thursday, May 25, 2006

Darna Zaroori Hai…..

1:

There was a boy…intelligent and hardworking…He had a dream in his eyes that one day he will study at one of the IITs…he worked hard and secured All India Rank xxxx among the 300,000 students who appeared for the examination…he was denied admission to the prestigious institutes because of the reservation….his dream was shattered and since he did not have money to pursue engineering from a good private college, he is currently doing graduation in Mathematics from local university. After he finishes the graduation he has plans to appear for Civil Services Examination. But, will he get admission even if he is in the top 0.5 percentage of the all the candidates who appeared for the examination?

2:

Akshay…a very poor boy…who doesn’t have enough money to earn on his daily bread…obviously he does not have money to continue his studies…he is planning to quit the studies…he is intelligent, hardworking…but he has to quit …will the reservation help him..?...No …It is not given to the right person at the right time…so it’s a futile effort by the government for the people.

3:

One of my friends who made it through the medical entrance exams and now he’s aspiring to get admission into a good medical college for completing his PG. He was pretty confident about his preparation when the issue of reservation came into picture. He participated in the protests against the reservation and got hurt in the anti anti reservation protest activities. Now, he is in a hospital and cannot study for atleat 2 months. Why did this happen…? just because he was protesting against the wrong thing…why the ….? What shud he do…?...I have an answer….”Satyagraha”…

4:

Kira Argunova…the protagonist in the famous Ayn Rand novel “We The Living”… was shot dead at the border of her country because she declined to acquiesce to the communist government . That was the time when the underprivileged were not given the prerogative to come forward and contribute to the betterment of the country…but the already privileged were given all the opportunities…will the same thing happen in India….? Are we moving from a democratic country to an autocratic one (so called communism….)…?

5:

A big room...lots of persons sitting inside it…looks like a perfect grocery shop…everybody shouting at each other...and yes many of them are illiterate…what am I talking about…?

Yes…you are right…The Indian Parliament…These people sitting inside that closed arena (so called parliament) have taken the decision that by increasing the reservation cap to 49.5 % they will ReServeTheNation….is it some kind of joke…?..Who are they and how can take this decision without even consulting the public whose representative they are…I can explain this with the quote…”50% reservation…100% politics’…just for the sake of personal benefits they are putting the future of India at stake….Can we do something to stop them…no not this time because we have empowered then to do any thing they want to…but next time when we go to vote we can use the clause 49 O…

In a particular constituency, if a voter dislikes all the candidates competing there,then he can show his intent to all of them by registering for 49'O. Steps for doing this are as following:
• While registering the name by the time of voting, convey the booth officials that "I want to go for 49'O".
• Register your signature in the 49'O form available there.
Done..!
Now, if the number of 49'O is larger than that of the winning candidates total vote count, then a re-election is called there.

6:

Rang De Basanti…..

”There are two kinds of people...one who take lives as it comes to them...second who take the responsibility to change…”..Which category are we in…?

“I had seen two kinds of people…one who accept death without any hitch…others who make a lot of furore….then I met the third kind of people….”…Which category we are in…?..Think again…

Real time RDB is yet to come…wait and watch…

7 Comments:

Anonymous Piyush said...

Good and Very much True...I would say we must do something about it NOW...

May 25, 2006 at 3:40 AM  
Blogger Varun said...

Indian parliamentarians should not be condoned...the should be made accountable...

May 25, 2006 at 4:00 AM  
Blogger Ashish said...

In my opinion, we need to have three things right now:
1. A LEADER: Yes, a leader. Without a leader, the protest is nothing but a crowd. Its like evrybody is speaking the same thing, but their voices combine up, just to end up in LOUD NOISE.
2. A REVOLUTION: Our agitaion can bring out revolution. Lets change this country, we are the future of this country. Lets enumarate the changes. Lets start with RESERVATION.
3. A PLAN: We condemn reservation, but thats not going to work for us. We need a plan, we need to know how we can EFFECTIVELY paricipate in this revolution.

May 25, 2006 at 4:42 AM  
Blogger Dheeraj said...

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May 25, 2006 at 4:51 AM  
Blogger Dheeraj said...

RDB not yet I believe !!! but here is another one ....

Year 2010, a top MNC came to recruit 5 guys at one of the premiere institutes. After 5 rounds of tests and interviews recruited two guys with Jee rank < 300 and other three with Jee rank >10,000.
Scary but could be true is we don't take a stand now ....

May 25, 2006 at 4:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

bhai main toh dar gaya.....

LADNA JAROORI HAIN>>>>

May 25, 2006 at 5:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job ravish...thoughts well presented...somebody should ask bloody arjun singh why dosent he has his treatment done by one of the doctors who got admision bcoz of reservation instead of flying to UK everytime he sneezes.

June 7, 2006 at 10:15 PM  

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