Friday, June 15, 2012

the sorry condition of kiran mazumdar shaw

it would have been better if she had kept her mouth closed. I skipped to NDTV at 10.05 PM from the Italy Croatia match and viewed a 10 minute conversation between Kiran Mazumdar Shaw and Barkha Dutt. I hit my head with my hands twice during this conversation, as it was the most insane expression of opinion that I had ever come across. She might have been high or drunk. That is the only excuse for what she did on tv.

This is one more person at the helm, revealing their total lack of a calibre, to be a public person.

She suggested Narayana Murthy and MS Swaminathan for the Presidency. That is the smallest joke in her opinion. She wanted immediate elections, and she said the President should be apolitical.

One can rather die than exist in a country where we have such people talking on TV. Burkha Dutt did not have any expression on her face, but she might have been relishing this kind of opinion, as it gets audiences. Thart is why they had another joke, mohandas pai, the other day. That joker received some counselling from Mani Shankar Aiyar.

But, this lady was heard without any disturbance, by Shekhar Kapoor, a BSP MP, and another sorry thing, Tavleen Singh. The Tavleen Singhs and the Nalini Singhs are another part of the scene, having no merit, and no ability to weigh things.

As far as Kiran Mazumdar Shaw is concerned, it was extremely painful, hurtful and nerve wracking to watch her expression of her opinion.

We can only look Skywards and cry in despair.

After coming back to the football, I realised that if Kiran Mazumdar Shaw was watching it, she would have cried out to stop the kicking of the ball. She would have asked for the ball to be held safely, and prevent it from being kicked.

What a country, What a corporate leader.

We now realise why  such people had no calibre to stop the idiot, Vinod Rai, and his 176000.

These people are the cats, who close their eyes, and believe the world has become dark.

what will they know about 1,76,000 crores.

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