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Posted April 19, 2008 by Sujin
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I have transported my blog to http://sujin.tsoken.com.np/ Please visit the site for my recent blogs.

Thanking you,
Sujin Joshi

Suman’s First “Date”

Posted March 22, 2008 by Sujin
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Today, he thought, was his life’s most precious day. He waited for this moment the whole time, and even he didn’t know why, he was also frightened about it. He was with two of his most intimate friends at Mangal Bazar, just roaming around as they did almost every evening. He was thinking about his plans for the evening when Kushal shattered his thoughts, “Aren’t you going to call her?”

He was waiting for someone to remind him to call her even though he hadn’t forgotten it. He thanked Kushal in his heart and wondered, “Shall I?”

He was still confused whether he should call her or not.

Alok then said, “C’mon Suman, we will be waiting for you behind Krishna Mandir while you meet her.”

He then queried, “Can’t you guys just be with me while we meet?”

“What are you talking about? If we stay with you, it would be a normal meeting. It wouldn’t be a date.” Alok gestured his hands to display quotation marks as he told the word date. Suman liked to call today’s meeting with Alisha, their first date.

He took out his cell phone and opened the Phonebook in his cell which displayed Alisha’s number. He then started playing with his mobile set.

“Shall I call her for you?” Kushal yelled at Suman.

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Earth at Night

Posted March 12, 2008 by Sujin
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Recently I stumbled upon to a web page titled “Astronomy Picture of the Day” and I couldn’t resist from posting the picture to my blog.

Earth at Night

Credit: C. Mayhew & R. Simmon (NASA/GSFC), NOAA/NGDC, DMSP Digital Archive

Explanation: This is what the Earth looks like at night. Can you find your favorite country or city? Surprisingly, city lights make this task quite possible. Human-made lights highlight particularly developed or populated areas of the Earth’s surface, including the seaboards of Europe, the eastern United States, and Japan. Many large cities are located near rivers or oceans so that they can exchange goods cheaply by boat. Particularly dark areas include the central parts of South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. The above image is actually a composite of hundreds of pictures made by the orbiting DMSP satellites.

For more Astronomy Picture of the Day goto http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/

Photography

Posted February 22, 2008 by Sujin
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Me and my group of friends have developed a strong interest on photography. We have been searching through the web about photography and experimenting those ideas.
I created this new post on my blog to display some of our works. Hope you like them.

Badam

Deeya

Light

Pimbahal

Everything happens for the Good

Posted December 21, 2007 by Sujin
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Have you ever realized that everything that happens, happens for a reason and that reason is always good. I realized this fact today and my thanks to my dearest friend Ashesh for helping me realize it.

About two months ago(October 27, 2007 to be precise), I had a cycle accident. I broke a chip of bone in my right elbow. I consulted a doctor and he plastered my right arm saying the chip would decay off. I carried the plaster for 3 whole weeks. It was fun also. The best part of it was that nobody asked me to work. I enjoyed my Tihar without having to work. If I hadn’t plastered my hand, I had to do all those works during Tihar. But I got to enjoy my Tihar, ordering my brothers to work properly. Three weeks passed with great fun. It was a really great experience. Then the plaster was removed. I had hard time using my hand properly. I could hardly move my hands. My hand started recovering slowly. Then one day I had an incident that brought a twist in the story.
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Movie Appreciation

Posted December 12, 2007 by Sujin
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Have you watched “Saawariya”? If yes, how did you like it?
I am asking this question because “Saawariya” is the reason which made me blog this article.
You might be wondering what Sujin is up to. And what is this “Movie Appreciation” thing?

OK, let’s get this started.
Recently, I watched this movie titled “Saawariya”. “Saawariya” is a movie directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and produced jointly by Sanjay Leela Bhansali & Sony Pictures Entertainment. See! The names themselves justify the greatness of the movie. Sanjay Leela Bhansali is a really great director and no word is needed to be spoken for Sony Pictures Entertainment. You can tell the movies gonna be good without even having a glance at it, only by having known the names of director and producer.
“Saawariya” is the first movie co-produced by Bollywood and Hollywood giants. It was shot in the Columbia Pictures studio. The set was marvellous and the acting was also brilliant. Everything was just perfect about the movie. I really don’t know why the people didn’t find it brilliant.
I heard someone saying the set looked so artificial. Someone else told that it was like a play and really slow. They were commenting on things which the director wanted everyone to see. Everyone is addicted to the typical Hindi movie and none of them wants to progress. Nobody takes movies seriously. They don’t think how much effort has been put in the movie. Everyone is stuck into the typical hindi movies and don’t want to get out of it.

I wonder how these guys would react after watching some Hollywood movies like “The Da Vinci Code”, “A Beautiful Mind”, “The Number 23″, …

I would like you to have a look at an article at wikiHow
Here’s the link for the article: How to Appreciate Films

My Past Dates with Priyanka-V

Posted December 4, 2007 by Sujin
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This evening, I was wondering what shall I write next in my blog. I was searching my hard disk for articles that I had written or collected. Then, I found this article which my brother Sachin had extracted from the novel “One Night @ the Call Center” by Chetan Bhagat. I had read that book a long time ago so I re-read the article to revive my brain cells. I found it really nice again. So I thought of posting it in my blog.

She came on time that day. After all, she was coming with a purpose. This was not a date- we were meeting to formally break up. Actually, there was nothing left in our relationship to break anymore. Still, I had agreed, if only to see her face as she told me. She also wanted to discuss how we were to interact with each other and move forward. Discuss, interact, move forward- when you start using words like that, you know the relationship is dead.

We chose Pizza Hut only because it was, well, convenient. For break-ups, location takes priority over ambience. She had come to shop in Sahara Mall, where half of Delhi descends whenever there is a public holiday.

‘Hi,’ she said and looked at her watch. ‘Wow! Look, I have actually come on time today. How are you?’ She held her shirt collar and shook it for ventilation. ‘I can’t believe it is so hot in July.’

Priyanka cannot tolerate awkward silences; she will say anything to fill in the gaps. Cut the bullshit, I wanted to say, but did not.

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