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Friday, March 31, 2006

Magical Moonlight..

I thought I must share this with u all..


    • At 1:10 AM, Blogger mitti said…

      Looks good, cud have been better with better lighting. BTW what is that?

    • At 2:08 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      i thought the scene luked gud cus of fading lite..dusk set-up..nyways this was during my evening walk..i dint hav anythin except my 6060:-)

    • At 1:28 AM, Blogger The Bhandari's said…

      wow it's beautiful

    • At 2:49 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      Thanx preeti:-)

    • At 9:03 AM, Blogger hamadryad said…

      it is actually a nice shot considering it came of a cell phone ....

    • At 12:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      Hai roop how r u i got u fr orkut i like to make a friendship if u r ok just accept me in ur orkut friends list

    • At 1:20 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      definitely cant be an indian place.. to have this kind of moonlight, the air needs to be pure which is not the case in india :)

    • At 9:07 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      this was taken in namma bengaluru..
      you should know looking at the elegant-saree clad woman with a pitcher :-)

    • At 9:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

      a statue of a woman in saree can exist anywhere!! ;-)

      anyways, it is a splendid photo !! I would say romantic moonlight rather than magical moonlight!:-)

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Monday, March 27, 2006

what is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of the Bangalore traffic policemen-inefficient?corrupt?villainous??

If Bangalore is famous for its IT industry, it is just as (in)famous for its traffic woes. Clearly, this city hadnt anticipated this rapid growth in development and the exponential increase in traffic that inevitably had to follow.We spend so much time in the jams that we can develop new hobbies everday. Getting stuck in a traffic jam for 15 minutes is enough to spoil our mood for the entire day.But has anyone of us stopped to think about the plight of the traffic policemen who have the unenviable job of having to regulate the traffic in the city-come rain or shine? Not to mention the noxious fumes that they have to inhale day in and dayout to earn their bread .

What actually prompted me to write this piece is the twin incidents of knocking down of traffic policemen fatally in 2 seperate accidents last week. People may just dismiss these incidents attributing it to the greed of the policemen in making a few extra bucks. But we have to agree on this-the traffic policemen are grossly underpaid for all the distress that they have to undergo as part of their job.Besides, before we jump all over them accusing them to be corrupt, isnt it true that if we dont break traffic rules and if all our documents are in place there is no scope for them to ask for bribe to just let us get away? So isnt this case a classic example of the pot calling the kettle black? ?


    • At 10:38 PM, Blogger Shankar said…

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    • At 7:13 AM, Blogger Shankar said…

      Incomplete flyovers, selfish drivers on potole filled roads. IT may be a boon for us, but definitely not for our netas. Repairing a road will never fetch votes for our babus as much as feeding a farmer would because they are smart enough to know that the techies who shout out their throats at bad roads would never leave their air-conditioned cubicles to go out and vote. Well, it's a "bumpy" life after all.

    • At 3:10 AM, Blogger माकूचाकू said…

      One of my friends once had a puntured tyre & didn't knew how to repair it. A traffic policeman himself came for help & did all he could, from changing the wheel to making sure that my buddy learnt the ropes on how to do it.

      & in the end, when my friend offered him thanks, all he replied was... "Not all policemen are bad".

      Nice blog!


    • At 2:01 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      :-) thanx mayank..

    • At 2:01 AM, Blogger roopa said…

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    • At 10:41 AM, Blogger seriously_frivolous said…

      Why aren't you writing now?

    • At 2:28 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      hey SF..u have renewed my interest in blogging:-)

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Wednesday, March 22, 2006

some info about me->>

-i hate inactivity..esp hate to stay indoors wen its a beautiful day outside..

-i hate waiting..hate to be kept waiting and i hate to keep people waiting..

-jus luuvve talkin to old women..(older the better)..they remind me of my grandma.

-unlike other people, i dont wish to lead a peaceful life..naah..sounds so borring..

- i am damn scared of cockroaches..even if i happen see a cockroach in my dreams , i get up screaming.

- i am highly absent-minded..

-i can talk ur ear off but i am an awful listener

-i become fully quiet when i am angry

-i think the best means of traveling is the train:-D

-hate phoney people..


    • At 2:07 AM, Anonymous divya said…

      haha .. then u btr stop makin ppl wait .r may b change ur scale to 1:1 on te time u give 'em ;)

      but te rest is true guys ;)

    • At 10:37 PM, Blogger Shankar said…

      We all know about the screaming :-)

    • At 1:32 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      i hate waiting more than i hate making ppl wait..hope that explains:)

    • At 1:35 AM, Blogger roopa said…

      hey shankar..people asked for it..u knw wot i mean..

    • At 6:35 AM, Blogger Chitman Kaur said…

      "i hate waiting..hate to be kept waiting and i hate to keep people waiting..."
      hehe... I am so impressed...

    • At 1:27 AM, Blogger Recho said…

      totally agree abt the trains.....

      though i hate arriving.... breaks the whole mood, the whole wallowing introspection thing ...

      nice :)

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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Yippeee..My first wisdom tooth has jus started showing up..Finally!!!


Wednesday, March 01, 2006

One of the things that my brother finds strange in me( yup there are lots n lots of things but he just cant take this one) is that i look at and observe guys do..(okay! may not be in excaatly the saame way-nevertheless..) Why shundnt I?
I find this to be more of a pleasurable activity than looking at guys. .Now.. People dont get ideas and guys, dont get offended:-p. Just that there is much more to notice about girls -attire, hairstyle etc etc..Besides, there is no better way to know whats in and whats not. I look at a girl and some background process start running in my mind 'hey that top is pretty.I wonder where she bought it from..or 'my gawd! how can she manage to walk on those stilettoes?!!'
All said and done, i must confess that i am an antithesis to the chic girls of today. .I am rathar unsophisticated and disheveled in appearance. Euphimistically termed- a simple and natural beauty;-)