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On Friday, Arindam Chaudhuri delivered a passionate speech arguing that many people in India live up to the age of 80 years because they allow fellow countrymen to die at the age of 40 years. There were other pearls of wisdom too that were delivered from the stage where Anna fasted and Gandhiji’s photo rested. What do you think was going through their minds?
While a recent research had claimed that pet dogs were growing dumber due to co-habiting with the human beings, the following picture arguably shows a different image, a really smart dog full of confidence and attitude. Take a look at the picture and let us know what comes first to your mind. A sample caption is given but you can definitely come up with better ones.
No, this picture is not fake. The father son duo of the UB group and the father of IPL are having nice time in Monaco. But as they say, a picture tells a thousand words, so can you tell us what does this picture tells you? What message does it convey to you – about good times, about beer, about cricket, about parenting? You could post your comments here and check out comments on facebook too.
Management Guru, Economist, Entrepreneur, Professor, Motivational Speaker and Philosopher Mr. Arindam Chaudhuri’s some of the well known statements include “count your chickens before they hatch”, “discover the diamond in you” and of course, “dare to think beyond the IIMs”. But his pearls of wisdom don’t end with these statements. Can you guess what could he be telling here to the large audience assembled to hear him?
Come up with your own headline based on this picture. What could be the dog thinking at the end of 2009? And to be honest, I was quite lazy on the last day of the year and no new reports to offer, so came up with this lousy attempt. Wishing you all a very happy and prosperous new year ahead! But do tell us about the dog above.
The picture shows Shashi Tharoor, Minister of State for External Affairs, at the Temple of Python, Voodoo Temple, during his recent visit to Republic of Benin in West Africa. A python wraps around his neck as Mr. Tharoor looks amused. Fortunately no controversy was created, but a caption needs to be created! So join in!
Journalists are often accused of putting words in the mouth of people, so why shouldn’t the common man do the same? See the attached picture where Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dixit appears to be saying something to the Indian Olympic Association President (eternal?) Suresh Kalmadi after watching the mascot of the proposed Commonwealth Games 2010 in Delhi. Tell us what you think she could be saying?