Sunday, April 24, 2011

Enjoy the Ride.....

Some of my friends shared this in FB. I seriously thought it was an Ad..actually it is..but not a commercial one.

The reason why I am blogging this and not just sharing in FB is to raise some questions of a different issue..see the video first..

What is Enjoy the Ride?

Enjoy the Ride is a Road Safety Council of Western Australia initiative, brought to you by the Office of Road Safety. Our aim is to show Western Australian drivers that there is an alternative to speeding – on the road and in life. And it’s a better way

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Help Japan With Hello Bar

As you may be aware by now, the great quake in Japan has shaken the entire world. 

The extent of the damages so far caused by the earthquake coupled with Tsunami have already proven this is not just another news headline which can be forgotten in a week over another case of Middle East violence. The issue is much more serious. 

Saturday, January 29, 2011

"Being in the Moment" - A talk on photography

I was lucky enough to witness a great talk on photography delivered by Mr. Sudhir Ramachandran.  Just to give an idea of his credentials, he was once the Asian Ambassador to the World Council of Professional Photographers (WCPP).
The talk was part of an exhibition on Contemporary Photography organised by National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA, Blr) and Victoria & Albert Museum, London.
Sudhir started his presentation by saying it's been more than a decade since he gave a talk on photography. And a lot have changed during the time. Many of the pictures he showed was part of his personal collection which have not been shown anywhere else(!).

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

The Silent Indian National Anthem

BIG Cinemas and Mudra Group present the Silent National Anthem

Patriotism knows no language.

Forget politics...lets think what can we do for our country..

India Celebrates 62nd Republic Day

click to enlarge

Of all the experiments in government, which have been attempted since the beginning of time, I believe that the Indian venture into parliamentary government is the most exciting. A vast subcontinent is attempting to apply to its tens and thousands of millions a system of free democracy... It is a brave thing to try to do so. The Indian venture is not a pale imitation of our practice at home, but a magnified and multiplied reproduction on a scale we have never dreamt of. If it succeeds, its influence on Asia is incalculable for good. Whatever the outcome we must honour those who attempt it. 
 Sir Anthony Eden, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom