Archive | December 2008

Election Results

My dear bloggers, I want to express my heartfelt gratitude for your support in making me the PrimeBlogger. Your decision in the form of votes have shown what the blogosphere truly wants. I have not forgotten the promises I made in my election campaign. I will do everything in my power to make the blogosphere a better, safer and happier place.

Your humble servant Reemawati.

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Thank you bloggers and voters

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Spreading Award Love

My fellow bloggers surely know how to drag me back to blogosphere from the realm of Power System Engineering and how to keep me happy :D. I have been awarded the Butterfly award for the Coolest Blog and a Trophy from Vimal and Vishesh.

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Cosmetics,Jeans and Indian Culture

So I had taken a break from blogging and was busy studying. But the Vice President of BJP Mr. Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi made me come back to express my opinion. He said “kuch hamari behne..mahilayen..lipstick aur powder laga karke aur mombatti le karke aur paschimi sabhyata ke saath waha par aa karke politicians ko gaali de rahi thi. Ye theek waise hi kar rahi hai jo Jammu Kashmir me algaavadi jo hai wo bhi yehi kaam karte hai…blah blah blah”.  Translation – “Some women wearing lipstick and powder have taken to streets in Mumbai and are abusing politicians, spreading dissatisfaction against the democracy. This is what terrorists are doing in Jammu and Kashmir”. You can see him commenting at this link. Sigh! One would expect politicians to be refined, educated, progressive and most importantly to have good PR skills or at least a PR officer. Though BJP has distanced itself saying “These are Naqvi’s personal views and the party had nothing to do with it”; he has found support in RSS now. On NDTV, Sharmila Tagore requested to women that they should ignore Naqvi’s comment and that he is a nobody. By making this an issue we would be giving him way too much importance. I beg to differ because there are some things which I just have to express. And by keeping quiet we let these politicians get away with such so called gaffes.

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