Thursday, December 25, 2008

Pierce vs Aamir vs Surya: Ghajini / Memento

memento and ghajini


Here's the collage I created with the the heroes of Memento and Ghajini.
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Friday, December 19, 2008

V. P. Singh R.I.P

Mr. V. P. Singh, 10th Prime Minister of India died Nov 27th, the day after the Mumbai Attacks. He died of Blood Cancer and renal failure.

From NYT:
V. P. Singh, a former prime minister of India who was considered the father of coalition politics there and who stirred controversy by championing the rights of the country’s poorest citizens, died on Thursday in New Delhi. He was 77.

Having broken with Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi in the wake of a scandal, he united the entire spectrum of parties against the Congress Party of Mr. Gandhi under one umbrella and forged the National Front, with additional support from the Bharatiya Janata Party and left-wing parties. The National Front came to power after defeating the Congress Party in the 1989 general elections.

On Dec. 2, 1989, Mr. Singh became the 10th prime minister of India. He gained wide notoriety by moving to carry out the long-forgotten Bindheshwari Prasad Mandal Commission recommendations to reserve a fixed number of all the jobs in the public sector for the historically disadvantaged members of the lower and backward classes.

Thursday, December 18, 2008

TATA to sponsor Ferrari!

From BBC:
Tata, the Indian company which produces the world's cheapest car, will sponsor Ferrari from next season.

"For the first time an Indian brand will appear on a Ferrari," Ferrari chief Luca di Montezemolo said. "It's a historic event.

From Reuters:
Tata and Ferrari's parent company Fiat have a joint venture in the Indian state of Maharashtra to produce cars.

From The Telegraph, Calcutta:
In Mumbai, the Tatas put out a terse statement late in the evening. “Building on our existing long-term relationship of over three years, Tata Consultancy Services has entered into a historic agreement with Ferrari for an enhanced technology and marketing partnership. As part of the deal, the Tata logo will be displayed on Ferrari F1 car for the 2009 Formula One season. We will announce more details shortly,” the Tata spokesperson said.

Thursday, December 11, 2008