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Hamara Indians everywhere August 20, 2006

Posted by MadhoO in rare.
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Great that US is totally* with Indians…..and in my locality….UT Drive, Charlotte, the ratio is 7:3(Indians:All other)

which is really interesting for most of our junior guys including me…..Also telugu guys have the ratio(30:45)ie(telugu:Other) which is even pretty good for telugu guys like me who knew only Telugu and English….Luckily I can understand a bit of other languages…which is just letting me go like this….

Embarassingly for me there are many telugu guys who can speak Hindi so well with other guys living here….Not much of a problem though…bcoz,, all of us can manage somehow in English…..We also try to speak each others languages which is very good sign among we guys.

Ok now with the statistics and info…I will leave now..Will see if any one of u need more information on this regard…just comment down here….Thanks for being so patient all thru this break….

* After all I ‘ve seen just a half of the city 

Typing telugu into PC made easy… July 20, 2006

Posted by MadhoO in General, Intro, Public, rare, Telugu.
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Dear all! I tried to give you some info. about learning to type easily in “Telugu” here. I feel this, as an useful work for many of you people, using PCs.

Using this procedure, you can make any documents in Telugu, save a file with a telugu file name and try translating “wordpress“.

So, enjoy telugu typing. If you liked my work please comment here in my own blog. Thanq

Thanks to WP & Google June 16, 2006

Posted by MadhoO in Online, rare.
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I am specially conveying my thanks because, I have my blog listed right on the first page of Google Search under the keyword "madhoo" which is my fisrt name.

Many thanks, to Google, for listing my blog as the tenth result and on the first page, to wordpress, for having got the "blog name/user name" for me and with such a great interface, to Indiagram for giving the first person to comment it…I had this with just 20 days, 5 posts, 1 comment…

I 'ld specially thank all my friends, well wishers, commentors, and all the visitors of my blog who can now share my ideas and opinions effectively and more easily.

Thanx for your comments @ orkut too.
Thanq all.

– MADHoO™

Gandhi on Bhagat Singh May 25, 2006

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Freedom fighter Sardar Bhagat Singh was hanged by the British on accusations of anti-government activities on March 23, 1931. Here, Gandhi pays tribute to the patriotism of the young martyr while disagreeing with his revolutionary methods. Excerpted from Gandhi's article in Young India.

 

Bhagat Singh and his two associates  have been hanged. The Congress made many attempts to save their lives and the Government entertained many hopes of it, but all has been in a vain.

Bhagat Singh did not wish to live. He refused to apologize, or even file an appeal. Bhagat Singh was not a devotee of non-violence, but he did not subscribe to the religion of violence.  He took to violence due to helplessness and to defend his homeland. In his last letter, Bhagat Singh wrote –" I have been arrested while waging a war. For me there can be no gallows. Put me into the mouth of a cannon and blow me off."  These heroes had conquered the fear of death. Let us bow to them a thousand times for their heroism.

But we should not imitate their act. In our land of millions of destitute and crippled people, if we take to the practice of seeking justice through murder, there will be a terrifying situation. Our poor people will become victims of our atrocities.  By making a dharma of violence, we shall be reaping the fruit of our own actions.

Hence, though we praise the courage of these brave men, we should never countenance their activities. Our dharma is to swallow our anger, abide by the discipline of non-violence and carry out our duty…

 

Source: http://www.kamat.com/mmgandhi/onbhagatsingh.htm

more:    http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/itihas/sbsingh.htm

             http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/freedom/index.htm