Wednesday, October 27, 2010

DAY 178

Actually I’m a bit late. I wanted to write couple of days back. But today I got the time. Actually in today’s post I’ll be dealing with two topics. First one is related to the Assembly Elections in Bihar. Actually the second phase in Bihar was really good. If we see the turnout then it was 55%. That’s a good sign because last time it was 44%. And the main reason due to which I’m mentioning the second phase is that all the constituencies are being affected by Naxalites. In spite of the warning from the Naxalites about not voting, the voters went to the polling booths. Now this is what I call as Victory of Democracy. Choosing Ballot over Bullet. This shows the changing face of Bihar. Bihar has always seen as the land lawlessness. But the time is changing now. Bihar is changing now. Bihar needs dynamic leadership which will lead it further on the path of progress.
And the second topic is about CAT. Common Admission Test (CAT) fever has started again. But this time the number of applicants has decreased for about 15.4%. Last year the number of applicants was 2,41,000 and this year the number is 2,04,000. I think the phobia of Prometric’s server has become the reason for this decline. The CAT exam has begun from today. 4500 students are appearing today. Let’s hope that the CAT sails smoothly this year. 

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Day 177

 gAfter a long time I’m writing on my blog. A lot of thing has happened during the time period since I wrote my last blog. Now again the election session has come in Bihar. Out of 243 seats 47 constituencies are going in their voting phase. Various parties are trying their luck in this election. Now the question is that who is going to take the rein of power? Will it be NDA again? Whether it’s going to be RJD dominant government? Or is it going to be Congress rule? The answer is now sealed in the Electronic Voting Machine. Here I’m not analysing that who will be the next Chief Minister of Bihar? Today I’m writing because I want to make appeal to my friends who are reading my blog that voting is not only your fundamental right but it’s your fundamental duty also. So whoever are out of Bihar then I appeal them to go to their constituency on their respective voting day and cast their vote. It’s up to you to cast your vote to that person whom you think is going to bring the change in your constituency. It’s easy to blame a government for wrong actions but it’s tough to make a nice government. So for a change do a tough job this time.

Day 379

I know yesterday I bored you with my meaningless post. But you don’t have any choice. I have already told you that you have to bear wi...