The year is 2030 and Navin is sitting with his teenage son and daughter about to tell them the story of — how I met your mother.
“Dad… This is not going to be long, like 8 years long?” Navin’s daughter asked.
“No. Its going to be short. Actually its really short.”
“Okay, so tell us. How did you meet mom?”
“On our wedding.” said Navin.
• • • • • THE END • • • • •
“Damn it! I never subscribed for this service.” Navin (that’s not me, notice the spelling) said holding his mobile bill. “These guys think that they can take me for a ride.” With this he punched in the complaint only number of Vodatel.
“Welcome to Vodatel. Vodatel me aapka swagat hai. Hindi ke liye ek dabayein. Marathi saathi don daabaa. For English press three.”
Navin pressed three.
London Olympics 2012 have ended and India has given their best performance by far, in terms medal tally. Though there was no gold this time around but Sushil Kumar became the first Indian to bag two medals at Olympics, back to back. CHEERS! But for a country with 1+ billion population its still minuscule. So how can we increase our medal tally? Here are some of my suggestions –
1. Introduce cricket in Olympics. This won’t guarantee a medal but it sure would give hope lot of Indians (including me). The reason it won’t guarantee medal for us is that, in recent times, Team India’s track record outside Asia has been not so good, to say the least.
Image credits: The above image belongs to me. But no one’s stopping you to take your own picture 🙂