Elizabeth Anne Caplan – aka Lizzy Caplan

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Goshh … Lizzy

Lizzy Caplan

5′ 5″ (1.65 m) tall, beautiful, happening actress Elizabeth Anne Caplan, aka Lizzy Caplan, was born on June 30, 1982 in Los Angeles, California. She has an older sister, Julie and an older brother, Ben. She Grew up in Reform Jewish family. She joined Hamilton Academy of Music in Los Angeles, California, 2000 batch.

She worked in too many movies : My Best Friend’s Girl, Crossing Over, Cloverfield as Ami, Marla, Marlena Diamond in 2008. One of her up coming movies is : “The Last Rites of Ransom Pride” as Juliette Flowers which is scheduled to be released next year (i.e, 2009).

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Raj Thackeray and ShivSena – Prevailing Brutality?

Monday, October 20th, 2008

Raj Thackeray

Raj Thackeray, a new name in the Indian Politics, is trying to show his bloody power by the meanest things ever in Indian Politics. Besides being called to be a peaceful country, Raj Thackeray, founder of Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), is trying to put definition of peace in different manner.

The place where great personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawahar Lal Nehru, Mother Teresa, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Rabindra Nath Tagore, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and other great politicians took birth in this lovely country. Unfortunately Raj also took birth in this country.

Yesterday, on the day of Railway examination, October 20, 2008, a lot of candidates who had prepared so long to get through this exam, came to Mumbai for the examination. But these candidates don’t even know that terror is awaiting them.

Yes thats right, at approximately 4 o’clock, in the morning at the Thane railway station, when most of the candidates were either sleeping or waiting for the examination scheduled time, MNS workers came and started beating those candidates horribley. They were carrying iron-rods, belts, stones, bricks which they’ve used against those candidates. That was just because those candidates were North Indians specially from Uttar Pradesh(UP) and Bihar. The candidates somehow manage to run away from the railway station. They were told as if they are going to appear in the examination, they will be killed right in the examination.

MNS Activist Kicks a North Indian Candidate

By this fear, out of 800 only 25-30 candidates managed to come in the examination center. During examination Shivsena members came and started beating them out of the examination hall. Somehow these candidates managed to run away from the hall. The police there at the examination center were just looking at the activities by Shiv Sena members.

Perhaps these groups were trying to increase their vote bank in Maharashtra, by beating up North Indians. Well I don’t think this to be a better option, to increase the voters. “Can’t beat them in exams, so beat them up: MNS”. This is really a shameful fact. By this strategy there will surely hazard to National Integrity, which indeed is not good for India.

I think MNS and other same type of groups/parties should be banned with the immediate effect. And the owners and founders of such groups should be caught and kept in jail. As law is same for all.

In response to this incident, Indian Railway Minister Mr. Laloo Prasad Yadav said I strongly condemn the incident. There should be an inquiry into the attack. There should be strong action against that party…MNS should be banned.

Or there may be an another option as well, they should try to make effort to crack the exam. They should try to get in the top-list of the exam, whether it may be Indian Civil Services(IAS, IPS, IFS, etc). I think, Maharashra candidates better try in the Exams of other states. If those candidates are coming to Maharashtra, then these candidates should work hard and go to other states !

Show a healthy competition !

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Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar – Some Important Cricket Facts

Saturday, October 18th, 2008

Sachin Tendulkar In Earlier Days

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973 in Bombay, India. Sachin, one of the child among four siblings, was born in the house of his father Ramesh Tendulkar, a Marathi Novalist. He is also called “Master Blaster” by his fans. He wears ODI shirt no. 10.

He made his first Test debut in 15 November 1989 against Pakistan.

First One Day International(ODI) in 18 December 1989 against Pakistan.

He completed 1,000 test runs in 1992-93 in 19 test matches,

2,000 test runs in 1993-94 in 32 test matches,

3,000 test runs in 1996-97 in 45 test matches,

4,000 test runs in 1997-98 in 58 test matches,

5,000 test runs in 1998-99 in 67 test matches,

6,000 test runs in 1999-2000 in 76 test matches,

7,000 test runs in 2001-02 in 85 test matches,

8,000 test runs in 2001-02 in 96 test matches,

9,000 test runs in 2003-04 in 111 test matches,

10,000 test runs in 2004-05 in 122 test matches,

11,000 test runs in 2007 in 139 test matches,

12,000 test runs in 2008 in 152 test matches.

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