Friday, December 31, 2004

New Year :(

Hard to celebrate this New Year as Tsunami devastated South East Asia coastal areas. Praying to GOD that still India has to develop a lot (developing rapidly) natural disaster stops some time. 2 years back Bhuj got affected, this year Tamilnadu.:((.

God give us a way with out hassles to improve ourselves.

Wishing you All a Very Happy New Year!!!

Thursday, December 30, 2004

Laloo Ji

laloo, originally uploaded by ilamurugusp.

Have a look at two of the leaders we have chosen to rule us.... sitting and
having a leisure time when our national Anthem is being played.....

Thursday, December 23, 2004

Indians Domination

In UK more than 10000 students left school before their 10 class. 80% of students are not interested in studying especially 1% of students are studying Physics and Chemistry in UK. Government is in the process of closing these Physics and chemistry courses in college and schools.

HardSpell, a competion was on BBC for students. Anchor will give a word(not a simple one)students have to give the spellings. Gayathri, Nisha got the 1st and 2nd place. Surprised 2 Indians(both are born and brought up in UK) got the places inspite of more than 1000 students competed for the place. Great to hear that Indians are dominating in all students programs and getting a good value here.

Hats off to those Girls.

Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Anti Hindi

Already I am facing lot of problems without knowing Hindi, thought DMK is major part who made anti-hindi issue in Tamilnadu. I was beleiving that Jaya supports learning Hindi as well. Iyago, today i have seen her Statement against that TR Balu is forcing to write town names and others in Hindi also. Is it politics or Jaya is also supporting Anti-Hindi. Anyway Tamilnadu people always being alone when who doesnt Hindi.

Monday, December 13, 2004


A Great Loss for Music World

Wednesday, December 08, 2004

Give me a Break

God Give me a Break! not able to update my blog!!! :(

Thursday, December 02, 2004

World's worst-BHOPAL

During the early hours of 3 December 1984 the world's worst industrial accident unfolded in the Indian city of Bhopal.

Poisonous gas escaped from a chemical plant and killed 3,000 people, according to official estimates. Other estimates put the number at between 8,000 and 10,000.

Around 50,000 suffered permanent disabilities, and more died later.

Many people lived in shanty towns built alongside the factory and thousands more lived nearby in the old city.

There was no contingency plan for evacuation in the event of an emergency.

Poor sales had led the company to cut costs, scale back production and lay off around a third of the workforce.

Safety systems had also been cut.
The main ingredient of the pesticide made at the plant was a chemical called methyl isocyanate or MIC.

MIC is one of the most toxic and lethal substances known to humans.

Safe storage requires it to be kept cool and isolated from water, which can trigger a violent runaway reaction creating heat and a deadly gas.
A worker cleaning out pipes with water sparked the disaster.

He did not use a basic but vital piece of equipment to isolate sections of pipe.

Water got into the tank where the MIC was stored, raising the temperature to over 200 degrees Celsius (392F), creating the lethal gas.

Several safety systems failed or were not working.
Bhopal was asleep when the gas struck.

Simple advice to move upwind or stay indoors and seal doors and windows with damp cloths could have saved thousands but Union Carbide had not told people what to do if there was a leak.

Crowds of terrified people fled.

Bhopal's hospital was overwhelmed, lacking information about the gas or antidote.

Union Carbide accepted "moral responsibility" for the disaster. It later blamed sabotage by a disgruntled worker.

After a legal agreement the firm provided victims with compensation averaging $500 (£300).


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