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Monday, December 12, 2011

Wish list for 2012 : 10 wishes I want to become true

I wish the following things to happen by end of 2012:

Mobile handset with ereader: I wish that all handsets of mobile providers come with default ebook reader that will be able to read .MOBI, .PDF and .EPUB files. If they can read .DOC and .DOCX files that will be an added plus.

Tablet: I want all Android based tablet prices to come within the range of Rs. 5000-7000 from big companies like HP, Amazon, Samsung, Apple etc. I want number apps for Kindle Fire to be doubled, tripled or more by end of 2012.

Windows 8: I want Windows 8 to be released on 2012 with a sleek tablet version. I also want apps developers for tablet gives much importance to develop applications for Windows OS tablet version.

Laptop: I wish all major laptop makers bring down the laptop prices below Rs. 20000.

Touch based smartphones: I wish all touch-based smartphones are built with both keypad and touch based technology. I mean, every smartphone should contain both the options.

Apps compatibility: I want apps built for one OS should smoothly run on another OS. Apps built for iOS should run on Android and Windows 8 also. There won’t be any different version for the same app file irrespective of the OS. .

Free international contests: I want to participate in free international literary contests and want to win any of them with prizes. I want plenty of literary writing competitions to be occurred in India where competition entry free will be nil and submission can be done online.

DSLR cameras: I wish the DSLR camera prices to be dropped under Rs. 15000.

Sweepstakes: I wish lots of tech gadgets are offered as sweepstakes in India.

Job: I wish that I get good job offer from top companies and get a handsome salary of 5 figures.

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Victory of Mamata Banerjee

Along the sea-shore of humankind,
On 20th May she marches on,
Crowd rejoicing her victory,
Crowd feeling her power,
Crowd cherishing the fall of Red fort,
Crowd accepting the change,
It is your change, my change, our change,
Change because losers became winners at last,
Change because winners’ winning streak ended  -
Unimaginable blitzkrieg in Bengal’s political sky -
As it’s called;
And few drops of humanity falling political sky
Compensated for a thirst of 34 years,
Congratulations Mamata
For being the Rainmaker
And bringing monsoon early
Through a historic political change
In a ‘pre-historic’ West Bengal. 

[I have written this from a common man's viewpoint. Views expressed are personal.]

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Reckless car driving and Innocent pedestrians

It is difficult to change the past. Some deeply painful past we can’t change. Like, I can’t or we can’t change the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear radiation tragedy of Japan. True, we can’t change the past tragedies of people. But we can alter present to form a future perfect.

Car accidents are too common a topic to discuss. Many have been injured by car accidents, many have died due to reckless car driving. But drivers are good fellows who never seem to learn from their past mistakes. The last victim of car accidents whom I have seen or heard of was my own mother!

On 23rd March, 2011 when she was going to drop the telephone bill at Salt Lake’s Lalkuthi that unwanted incident happened. A white car while taking a turn with full speed in the ‘Foot Bridge’ place (near AE and AD block meeting point), lost its control. The car collided with a cycle rickshaw. The cycle rickshaw lost its balance and it fell straight on my mother’s body. My mother’s left hand got immensely injured. Some section of her hand got blackened immediately. Warm, fresh blood came out from three regions of her hand showing degree of injury. And the criminal’s car escaped unnoticed! Police in Salt Lake stands near Tank No. 4 when nothing bad happens. When that day their service was much required, they are nowhere near Foot Bridge or tank number 4 in Salt Lake, Kolkata.

Some rickshaw puller told my mother that they can lend their kind service by giving her a free lift to our home. At least those illiterate rickshaw pullers were more humanic than the educated, civilized, organized police force of Salt Lake!

If you penetrate inside this matter, it will reveal many naked facts of Indian society. First of all, I believe that everybody in India should NOT own a car. Only people with civic sense should drive a car. And for speed demons, I would like to say whole Kolkata’s streets are not purchased by you guys. Streets of Kolkata are not your racing tracks! Kindly spare innocent citizens from becoming your victims.

Indian government and our transport ministers have taken a wrong step to bring down the price of cars. Many people without proper driving skills and knowledge drive on Indian roads. This is the reason why the traffic accidents in cities are increasing in an alarming rate. Also, few corruptive officers allow many devilish drivers their much awaited driving licenses in exchange of small amount of bribes. These speed demons then show off their evil speeds on city streets.

Through my blog, I request Indian government officials and ministers to do the following:
1)      Hike the prices of cars such that not everybody can purchase it (when people buy a car at a higher price they will naturally drive it in a risk-free way, with a moderate speed)
2)      Implement tough punishment system like sending the miscreant drivers to jail as well as monetary compensation in favour of the victim’s family
3)      Implement 24 x 7 police posting in important sections of every city and policemen should have the authority any challenge any car owner whose driving speed is unnecessarily high.
4)      Driving courses must be monitored by the government such that only good, matured guys get car or two wheeler driving licenses.

Finally, let me say a few more words about my mother. Every old fashioned mother is an expert in hiding her tears, physical / mental agonies in front of her son or daughter. My mother is no exception to that. If I asked her (on 26th March, 2011) how she was feeling about the accident, she said, “Oh, it was just a minor accident! Although, I have not used any medicine ( except white colored Boroline )…  (I am) giving some hot water pack on the wounded spots and you see, I can move my hand just like before.” I have taken some images of her wounded hand (on 26th March, 2011) just to show you and the rest of the world about what was a ‘minor accident’ according to her. Please take a look at the following pictures (I think all the spineless, coward, journalists who repeatedly ignore to publish news of such accidents on newspapers, might be ashamed of themselves by seeing these pictures.):

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Moon photo

19st March, 2011 was the day when the Moon, earth's natural satellite came closest (356,577 kilometers or 221,567 miles in 18 years) to us. I have taken a few pictures of it. Here is one picture which you may like to see:

Later, I have modified it using photo editing and here is the picture giving Moon a more mysterious look in the night sky.

 I expected something strange will happen to earth. However, except irregular wind I experienced nothing.