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A great year to start ...

travel and travel ... am almost like now talking in whispers .. yes.. sssh ... are you able to hear me ? :P jokes apart, on a serious note , i have got a major cold attack and my vocal chords are now conked up , yet there are many who would smile .. saying WOW! there at last meenu is quiet :D ..

Yet another reason to smile being an Indian and most important for a  Rahmaniac , The Golden globe sweep by Rahman ! Well one more waiting ... the Oscar...

Now the next thing to smile the new album Delhi 6 !!!:) It rocks!!

Well the review would be up on my musical blog in a day or two.

Btw , its a special day today ! Barack Obama swearing in as a President of USA!! A historical day for the 'black' and white now doesnt matter really all that matters is 'quality and the character within'. 

Satyam , a name that is strongly related to Indian culture  constitution - Satyameva jayathe!. A company which had been looked at in Indian IT corporate market . 

A name that now resonates nothing but 'LIE' and 'CORRUPTION'! 

I really wish that something positive is done about it as there are millions of people who have toiled hard ignorant of the fact that the entire harwork was swindled by its own management for personal benefits!

Praying for the employees of this company ... 

Catch ya guys in a better post .. sorry about these rigmarole prattles.

Shabhakhayar ! 

Take care

meenu 

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