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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING...


yeah now i remember that i wanted to write about the news paper ethics of india when i realised that its much ado bout nothin
Indian newspapers today have just been trenched down to the level of an income source rather than being a resouceful, responsible, retrospective media.
Thay can modify or create a news just as author like O.HENRY , the so called father of short stories used to do.
"Is it the shortage of well trained and naturally talented reporters or the plethora of writers in this God's own country..... " just cant decide bout it.

Corruption has corrupted this corrupt society of ours so much that the people supposed to repot corruption , instead themselves are corrupted and report corrupted corruption news..... made some sense of it ? huh... it s all to this that today indians lack patriotism... i feel its because we are hankering over money forgetting our culture and our ethics which are also corrupted now a days.

I really feel ashamed of being a part of such a great community which is being pulled down to a compilation of poor norms... God pls save india... your country the god's own country.

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well as every other day even today i spent nearly three hours on net surfing orkut.com.Then a bit of bioreactor design.Suddenly i realised that su had given me some memoirs of PRAGMATA, after going thru them i promised myself that watever happens ll keep pragmata alive.. may not be in the original form. Also today is pinka s birthday.. so was just going thru my reveries of last year this particular day when pinka himself made it to the hostel.. it feels so happy.... a greater surprise wsthat when i started this doo entered the lab.. yo man i feel the old days are back:-).... except that harry(srihari ) is not here:-(... i miss u a lot dear....
hope i get placed into delloite atleast to look into those inspiring eyes which used to tell me" go ahead am always with you".


love u all seniors n you harry ... better keep intouch
ciay
shabba khair, good night
khudahafiz
muddassir

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