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I Don’t think I’ll be able to study anymore tonight. First a few II years find a marriage profile of one of our Professors and second the first years come up with this hilarious post on Facebook.

PS: the spellings are the way the teacher’s pronounce them.And NALSAR is the National Academy for Legal Studies and Research. Where I study. (Suppose to be one of the best in the Country)


1.They told you that the laa/low/law was an elephant on your first day of classes

2.Random insects that you wouldve found strange earlier form an integral part of your daily environ

3.You know that romaance is supposed to be strictly forbidden….

4.Dhaba food comes dangerously close to being a treat
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Bobby Jindal has won! He is now officially the new governor of Louisiana.

Think I’m writing this for the main fact that he’s an Indian and has won in a once segregated state. Born of native Indians in New Orleans, this guy has actually come up the ranks the hard way to win and become the top man in a US State.

NYT reports,


The ascendancy of the Brown- and Oxford-educated Mr. Jindal, an unabashed policy wonk who has produced a stream of multipoint plans, is likely to be regarded as a racial breakthrough of sorts in this once-segregated state. Still, it is one with qualifiers attached.

And yes, like always, the sirens have started hounding louder in India than in the US of his victory. Indian news channels have already started showing videos of Bobby’s Indians home and lineages in his town. Similar instances happened when Sunita Williams went to space and when she came to India after that, not one day did i not see her photograph with some school children on the cover page talking about their future.

Bobby Jindal is a nice man. Deserves the credit. But do we Indians always have to make big issues about such instances as if History would never witness them again?