Tribute to JC Bose: Friday Morning Wishesh

November 30, 2012 10:08
Tribute to JC Bose: Friday Morning Wishesh

Friday-Wishesh-01Good Morning.....Adab....Bonjor...

Wondering what makes me feel high in the morning and showering this French wish...yeah you are right the weekend is fast approaching and our time rocks the next fourty eight hours. Its a bright Friday morning out here in Hyderabad and people seem to be over excited to go to work today banking on the enjoyments stored for the 'Saturday night fever.'

However hectic schedule is ahead for the day to finish weekend deliveries on target. But before we engross in our daily work, a small news round up.......

Friday-Wishesh-02Thought for the day: 'Foot Prints do not walk into history while one is sitting down....'
History is nothing but Human story of  follies and visionary excellence, woven together in a handbook, for the future. Result can be achieved only if efforts are made. By sitting over an issue you develop anxiety and which might lead to unwanted tensions...but by attempting you never know... you could, as well just keep attempting...all the best.

Friday-Wishesh-03History of the day: Renowned Indian Physicist Acharya Sir Jagadish Chandra Bose was born on this day in 1858. Infact Bose loved plants so much that he worked on them all his life, while delivering immense insight into their characters. He was offically the first Indian to own a patent, for inventing Crescograph (1904). Apart from being a botanist and Physicist, the multifacted Bose had prowess in writing Science fiction, a biologist and an archeologist. His diverse interests have created a niche for himself in the sands of time....

Friday-Wishesh-04Flying Scotsman: For those travelling for work from London to Edinburgh in the mornings this is a familiar term. The morning 10 am service train on this busy route is known by this name. Actually on this day in 1934 a steam locomotive with the same name was first driven at 100mph on this route. It was an achievement those days that has spearheaded today's fastest trains. The London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) pressed this locomotive into service after which the Flying Scotsman covered nearly 3,200,000 kms in its tenure.

Friday-Wishesh-05Tirupati: Devotess rush is normal in the temple town. This morning nearly eight compartments were filled with the average time for darshan barely five hours. The number of piligrims who visited the shrine on Thursday were 56,535.

The TTD has decided to allow the devotees upto the Kulasekhara padi while removing the Laghu Darshan during the break darshan of the Lord. This is the doorway to the internal temple. This facility would be available for List 1 and List 2 devotees while the general will be allowed as usual.

Friday-Wishesh-06Tirupathi Accident: A tragic accident occurred late last night when a tempo traveller ran amock over piligrims injuring nine. Four of them are quite critical. The victims were shifted to hospital immediately. The accident happened due to a break failure of the vehicle which initially ran over a few piligrims walking on the sideway then hit a SUV and two motorcycles. The whole place was tense after the multiple accident.

Friday-Wishesh-07Vizag: Navy day celebrations went on in pomp and grandeur. The beeches were decked up with grand airshows by brave cadets. The onlookers were enthralled by the splendid display.  


Friday-Wishesh-08Padayatra: TDP Chief N Chandrababu Naidu on his Vastunna Mee Kosam, treks in the Nizamabad district for the third day today. The veteran shall be starting from  Bholkpalli to Bhirkur,  across a stretch of nearly 17 kms while addressing many groups enroute. The famous quote of the veteran yesterday was 'We give water and Congress offers liquor...decide...'


Friday-Wishesh-09 On the other hand, YSR Congress party leader Sharmila on her 'Maro Praja Prasthanam would be treking in the Mahbubnagar distrcit and the stretch she would be covering is 17.5 kms for the day.



Friday-Wishesh-10Gwalior: Two bogies of the GT Express from New Delhi to Chennai caught fire at Sidholi station. The fire was brought under control by alert officials. However one passenger died, but due to a heart attack, calimed sources.


Friday-Wishesh-11Tollywood Gossip of the day:  The whole tinsel world is gripped with fear, while pondering who will be the next victim. IT department raids many celebrities on Thursday. The activity commenced at 2 pm and went on till late night, claim sources. The list included Dr Brahmanandam, Sunitha, Udaya Bhanu, Jhansi, Omkar and Gita Madhuri. The officials almost raided 40 Tollywood celebrities in one day  and that is a record.  

Friday-Wishesh-12Sports: India's top batsman to bat on a different turf for the day. Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar with a hundred hundreds in cricket will be on a sticky wicket in the parliament while voting on FDI in retail as the Congress Rajya Sabha member. Sachin's vote is crucial for the party as his innings to Team India. (Wishesh-AarKay)


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