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The number 13 is said to be lucky for some and unlucky for some other; however for India the number has definitely proved to be bearer of one of the strongest conversations in almost the last four decades. The 13th Indian Presidential Elections has shown the true picture of the (dis) harmony that exists within all the regional parties of India and how the voice of the masses never really matters, be it in direct or indirect voting.
“It is common sense”, the editors are screaming that the land of Bastar is often haunted by malaria and other deadly diseases. Journalists should survive on portable water and whenever such incidents happen, it is to be noted as “sad”. Instead of owing up to the fact that there should have been trainings in place, a precautionary handbook in existence, it is better to delve into reminiscing of how the young and jovial man was a wonderful asset to the company, but alas is no more.
Come Sunday, and Indian Bloggers seem to be sitting in front of the television set, to watch and then blog about what is called India’s tribute to Oprah – Satyamev Jayate. The talk show by Aamir Khan that seeks to bring out the social vices, through testimonies of victims and chat with experts has been topping the TRP’s ever since it was launched. Slotted at 11 AM every Sunday, the show provides to be the perfect watch with family, the middle class’ window to talking about what was earlier hushed and swept under the carpet.
Each of his Ghazal had a deep meaning to it. Be it ‘Hothon se choo lo tum‘ or ‘Tum itna jo muskura rahe ho‘. His duets with his wife Chitra Singh are still fresh and people still wish that they both had continued singing. Many relate their favourite Jagjit Singh songs with actual incidences in their lives, the incidences that are refreshed now when they hear his songs.
We asked our blogger friends to remember Jagjit Singh and let us know the first song that came into their mind when his name comes up. Our special thanks to Gauri for suggesting us to do this post based on the Kishore Kumar Special, we had done earler. Thank you to all our friends who took the time out to reply and let us know your favorites. Here are their favorites. View and Listen to them now.
Wikipedia describes the Writer’s Block as ‘a condition associated with writing as a profession in which an author loses the ability to produce new work.’ Every writer at some point faces this condition, be it an ideator, journalist, author or a blogger. This at times occurs when you run out of inspiration or creativity. A blogger always strives to write what others don’t & make his/her content valuable to others. So, it is necessary that a blogger is always ready with something for his/her readers. A writer’s block traps your ideas somewhere, refusing to come out through words.