Monday, June 1, 2009

Wah ! Kya timing hai ! ( what great timing ! )

On World No Tobacco Day on Sunday, May 31,2009, new Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad made it clear that he's certainly different from his predecessor Anbumani Ramadoss at least on the smoking issue.

“Screen is about entertainment. I don't think it has anything to do with tobacco consumption,” he said.

Mr Minister.....

How about
? Entertainment ?

Superintendent of Police (City) Anwar Hussain, in Patna, Bihar, was quoted by news agency PTI as saying that two boys - both 14-year-old neighbours of the victim - Avinash and Monu, planned to kidnap Satyam two months ago after watching the movie Apaharan."


  1. Ha ha! Gr8 observation. Never realized. Gud one :)

  2. I read about the new Health Minister's remark. How wrong he is!

    People, particularly youngsters, frequently imitate what they see on screen...

  3. Oh my, you are getting good! You hve discovered your inner Creative Goddess. Am still pondering the other. Love the header though and will get back to you on the weekend.

  4. It is true negative scenes in the screen are easily adopted and followed. Smoking should not be allowed on the screen because it is a negative act. Inhaling or chewing tobacco inspiring thoughts or removing anxiety is a false concept of mind. It is only a manipulated signal of the body clock. Any body interested may read my article in blogspot (