If you think that soccer fever is over for all then you need to think again as here are some interesting games based on the recent world cup.
I am listing few of them,
There are plenty more. Soccer fever is yet to be over.
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A different moral for the same story
We all are familiar with the below story (story 1),
A father had a family of sons who were perpetually quarreling among themselves. When he failed to heal their disputes by his exhortations, he determined to give them a practical illustration of the evils of disunion.
Continue reading “Faggot vs single sticks – Same story different moral”
On Tuesday I worked late to finish an important DB and complete website backup script including a web doctor. I wanted to finish it the very next morning but due to heavy rain and water logging I was not able to reach office.
70% employees were absent today due to heavy rain. It was difficult to find conveyance. It is still raining (00:23 IST 20th July, Thursday). Hoping to finalize the backup script tomorrow if the God of rains permits.
During this season having pakora’s with a hot elachi tea can be termed as my weakness. Also I prefer hot and sour chicken soup during this season.
I just watched NDTV exclusive report on GBB (Government Banning Blogs). Govt asked DoT to ban 4 webpages but ISPs somehow banned the whole domain including *.blogspot.com.
Many have filed cases under RTI. Govt has asked to refine the ban and allow the other blogs.
It is expected that within 2 days the ban on other blogs will be lifted. Now I see a lot of people asking about blogging. This special coverage invoked a special interest towards blogging among the ignorant section of Indian public.
One night a father was relaxing with his newspaper after a long day at the office. His son, who wanted to play, kept on pestering him. Finally, fed up, the father ripped out a picture of the globe that was in the paper and tore it into a hundred tiny pieces. â€˜Here son, go ahead and try to put this back together.â€™ he said, hoping that this would keep the little boy busy long enough for him to finish reading the paper.
Continue reading “Stories that inspired me, Part -III (a simple world)”
I was searching the company library for latest IT journals and couldn’t find it. Somehow I was not interested in all those financial books which once I have studied more than twice. Then I saw the book which many recommended, I knew what it was about but then I somehow wanted to honour the recommendations. My last attempt to complete a book was with ‘Da Vinci Code” which wasnâ€™t a success but surely I wanted to give myself one more chance with â€œThe Monk who sold his Ferrariâ€ by Robin.S.Sharma.
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This is the one I have heard at many places, mostly in the management courses. I heard this first time during the AGM of ICPF Kolkata chapter. The strength of co-operation…………
Continue reading “Stories that inspired me, Part -I I (Parable of the Two Draft Horses)”
Take a look at an apple tree. There might be five hundred apples on the tree, each with ten seeds. That’s a lot of seeds. We might ask, “Why would you need so many seeds to grow just a few more trees?” Nature has something to teach us here.
Continue reading “Stories that inspired me – PartI (The Law of the Seed)”
We all must have brain-stromed over the issue, “Which came first an Egg or a chicken?” . Currently the world is debating on another serious topic,
“Why did the chicken cross the road?”
When some technical people were asked , they gave the following answers,
Mac Chicken : No reasonable chicken owner would want a chicken to cross the road, so there’s no way to tell it to.
Microsoft Chicken (TM) : It’s already on both sides of the road. And it just bought the road.
OOP Chicken : It doesn’t need to cross the road, it just sends a message.
What do you think? Be prepared for KBC, you never know what they ask 🙂 .
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