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Funny Indian Advertisements.

By on July 12, 2018

A Tailor specialising in Sex conversion ( probably he meant alteration of ladies and gents clothes).

Hell of a job opportunity, a peon/sweeper getting more pay than a lecturer.

Do not buy diamonds for your wife, instead hire her a Maid.

Where will you get such a guarantee in the world. (English…


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Search for Topics…….. Recovery Operations during that Night and So on!

By on November 24, 2017

Nothing to write about.

It has been a couple of days since I have written a blog. I have been trying to write something but no substantial material has surfaced. At times I thought of writing on ethical and moral issues but gave it up as many readers do not…


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History & Culture Humour

How Toilets were introduced into Indian Railway Trains!

By on October 14, 2017

One Mr Okhil Chandra Sen was travelling by train in 1909 in Bihar and near a Railway station called Ahmedpur had upset stomach and wanted to relieve himself. There were no toilets in Indian trains then. So when the train halted at Ahmedpur railway station, he got down from…


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English is a foreign language for Indians……Response to a marriage Ad!

By on October 11, 2017

So Humorous, just laugh!

Killer English.

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This is an actual letter received by the newspaper “Times of India” in response to a `Marriage Proposal’ advertisement:

Quote,

“Madam,

I am one young gentleman living only with myself in Patna. I am seeing your advertisement for marriage purpose in the daily newspaper. So I decide to…


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Being Cool……. In Lighter Vein!

By on June 20, 2017

It is a very good quality to remain cool at all times and only a few of us can actually master this technique. However, my study of the present day generation (no offence meant…) made me think of some new definitions/connotations of being cool. We often hear youngsters saying,…


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On completing 66 years of life!

By on May 11, 2017

 

It is a fact that I am growing old,

and seen many colors some dull, some bold

I have accomplished many and missed some milestones,

Been loved and despised by many known and unknown.

Having seen many ups and downs, I feel I should be balanced now.

Thus should have maturity of thoughts and…


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Pics, Part 1 Visit Chhatbir Zoo (Chandigarh, India) 2017!

By on January 25, 2017

A majestic Tiger walk.

Bum Chums.

A Pair and a rejected one (May be too old for the love)!

Panthers basking in the Sun!

Hippopotamus lazing around in water!

A long beak, Positioned for a Kill!

A Golden pheasant (Surkhab), Colors in a cage!

Love Time!

Maintaining the Boss (Picking up Lice)!

All the snaps taken by Smartphone…


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Slogans on Indian Trucks and Buses!

By on January 19, 2017

Interesting Art!

About 30 years ago, I saw one comedy stage play called “Bakra Kishton Pe” (A goat sold in installments, (a famous Pakistani play ) in which the main lead role of Professor Nazami played by ‘Omar Sharif’ (Not the Hollywood legendary actor from Egypt) is having a poem/slogan…


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ਫੁਕਰੇ| Fukrey, a Punjabi Slang.

By on December 11, 2016

ਫੁਕਰੇ|  Fukrey.

The word Fukrey is a Punjabi slang which implies a person who is boastful and shallow. It also implies a person who is good for nothing but shows himself as a great guy and capable of doing big things. The term Fukrey can be applied to both males…


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Modi’s surgical strike on black money, and after effects!

By on November 13, 2016

On 08 Nov 2016, while USA was voting for its President, in India a spectacular event took place. At about 8 PM, Indian Prime Minister Mr Modi came live on TV and addressed the nation. Considering the recent hostilities between India and Pakistan following Indian surgical strike at the…

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Hello this is  Gurcharan Aulakh.
(Retired Major General from Indian Army). I was commissioned in Corps of Signals in 1971 and retired in May 2009.

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