Wednesday, November 28, 2007


Dear All,

I am happy that the following write up was published in the "Letters to the editor" section of "The New Indian Express" dated 27th November,2007.


Dear All,

Indians never learn from history.
Rahul Baid deserved to be Indaian Idol,whereas he was not even among the finalists.Amit sana was better in singing but Abhijit Sawant became the winner.But today,Rahul already into bollywood and doing well even in stage shows.Similarly,Qauji Toki,became the winner in Fame Gurukul who was pathetic in singing.Karunya was a great singer but due to voting system,lost it to Sandeep Acharya.However came out with the "AANA CHARANA"song of lAGE RAHO MUNNABHAI and getting so many songs.In ZEE-SAREGAMAPA-the pakistani singer Amanat was the best or may be Raja,but Anik Dhar won it finally.Abhaas,Toshi and Harshit..any two of them should have been there with Harshit in the final.But Indians alaways repeat their mistakes,they never learn from their mistakes.But due to Harshit's voice quality and playback quality,he will do extremely well in near future.Let us pray for his success.Harshit!When you are getting maximum votes from the neutral regions,that means you are the true VOI.May God bless you.



Wednesday, November 21, 2007


1.The Lok Sabha is set to discuss the Nandigram issue today but not as a law and order problem.

2.Veteran Shiv Sena leader and former Maharashtra minister Pramod Navalkar, who was regarded as the state's 'cultural cop' during the tenure of the saffron government, passed away in Mumbai on Tuesday following a heart attack.

3.NDTV's Shikha Trivedi has won the award for best programme on a topical issue at the Association of International Broadcasting Awards (IBA) in London.She won the award for her documentary on AIDS and HIV in Uttar Pradesh.There were special commendations for NDTV Managing Editor Barkha Dutt for Presenter of the Year and NDTV 24x7 for Channel of the Year 2007.

4.Shahrukh disappointed at BCCI's comments.

5.Karnataka is back under Central rule.

6.12 Guilty in Uphaar case.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Daily Headlines

1.Cyclone Sidr triggered a tidal surge on the Bangladeshi coast, devastating three villages. The storm also battered the capital Dhaka.The death toll has topped 500, and is rising, with thousands injured or missing.

2.Steel tycoon Lakshmi N Mittal reigns as the richest Indian for the fourth year in a row with a wealth of $51 billion, according to Forbes' India's 40 Richest list for 2007.
List of top 10 richest Indians
Rank Name Net Worth
1 Lakshmi Mittal $51 billion
2 Mukesh Ambani $49 billion
3 Anil Ambani $45 billion
4 Kushal Pal Singh $35 billion
5 Azim Premji $14.8 billion
6 Sunil Mittal $12.5 billion
7 Shashi and Ravi Ruia $12 billion
8 Ramesh Chandra $11.6 billion
9 Kumar Birla $11 billion
10 Tulsi Tanti $10 billion

3.SRK has apologised to Manoj Kumar for aping the veteran star in Om Shanti Om.

4.Softening its stand on the Indo-US nuclear deal, the Left Front on Friday allowed the UPA government to hold formal talks with the International Atomic Energy Agency.

5.The Calcutta High Court directed the CBI to continue the inquiry into March 14 Nandigram police firing and violence and submit a report within a month.

6.Former premier Benazir Bhutto on Friday rejected Pakistan's new caretaker government as "not acceptable" in her first comments since being freed from house arrest.

Back to square one

Dear All,

After a long time,I have decided to spend atleast 30 minutes for posting something useful on my blog sincerely.


Manas Nayak