I sometimes see photos of people crossing railway lines casually; I can not decide if it is ignorance or sillyness or what. We read news every other day person getting killed by the train. I wonder who’s fault is this?
OK children are children; they dont know that trains are heavy body fast moving objects that can not stop quick enough and if a person is hit by it, would be torn into pieces. But what about grown ups??
Trains demand respect; less you have decided to die like this and then blame God for your negligence.
The trainline is too close to the houses and hence can cause accident.
God Bless Us! We trust you…..
Sometimes train breakdown too – Manpower takes over the horsepower in such a situation!
This is good way to keep cool in scorching summer but how the hell you get there & back without wetting yourself ??
Pakoray khao jee tay Jail jao jee (Have some snacks Sir, on your way to jail)
What’s going on Here??? These guys were arrested making & selling pakoras during Ramadhan so police arrested them. How can you leave the evidence behind? Pakoray will also visit police station – though these will be a exterminated!
Sometimes the communication skills of Leaders & Politicians really surprise me. It is amazing how they can manage to still say something positive (also known as bull sh**t) even during disasters.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO and Members of the Board stepped down (in 2008) due to such a bad performance that the newly merged (Alcatel & Lucent) company’s shares went down by more than 60% in the last year, and the net Loss equivalent to $1.7 Billion, was larger than analysts’ expectations (they were shocked basically).
The news reads:
“Alcatel-Lucent, one of the world’s largest telecommunications manufacturer, posted a second-quarter net loss of 1.1 billion Euros and announced that its CEO, Patricia F. Russo, and its Chairman Serge Tchuruk, would step down.
Now look what the Leaving CEO and Chairman Stated:
CEO Ms. Russo said “she was Pleased with the Progress the Company was making, but that it was the right time to step down. The company will benefit from new leadership aligned with a newly composed board to bring a fresh and independent perspective that will take Alcatel-Lucent to its next level of growth and development.”
Mr. Tchuruk the Chairman said . “I am proud that Alcatel-Lucent has become a world leader in a technology which is transforming our society.”