Can Bharat,  Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal, Tibet, Myanmaar, and Sri Lanka Unite ? 


Some Times By : Santosh Bhatt 

I didi not compare anyone with Muhammad For my readers to mis understand. 

I just gave as an example to make you guys understand that it is not a  proof of your patriotism if you are being caught by the authorities.                                                            

 if you read my message once you would realise that I did not criticise congress and its leadership at the time of freedom   movement. 
On the other hand reading history book from any author does not mean that you know all the facts of the history. 

Its just snapshot of a writer’s understanding but what you need to learn how to draw conclusion from different perspective (different writers and their books). 

see both sides of a picture without any grievance and partial-ism. 

One fact from the history is both (congress and Muslim league and their followers) won freedom from Britain but both killed each other at the time of partition.                                                                                                              

For you there is a old proverb that there is a saying in Vedic wisdom that an agent can recognize an agent. 

Failure people always  blame others while successful people finds reasons in their actions. 

In my personal opinion, subcontinent produced a variety of great leaders starting from Chandargupta Morya to Ashoka to  Rana Pratap, Veer Shivaji, Bose, Sardar Patel, Baacha Khan (Abdul Kalam Azad, 
A. P. J. Kalama.  Iqbal Just because the political ideology was different doesn’t make them any less to each other. 

Once Pakistan was made, Ghaffar Khan was again equally loyal to the new state even after suffering through so many hardships because of his pre-Pakistan stance. 

Our history is violent, and our present is also not that good. 

But what I believe we should look at is a sensible leadership in both the countries, which can understand the idea of co-existence, strong historic decisions, compromises & the reality that we both originated from the same piece of land. 

Two nuclear powers, A Hindustan, great military powers, two nations with exceptional intelligent human workforce and great celebrities and sportsmen. 

Still fighting each other for pieces of lands, blame games, intelligence games and what not. 

Europe learnt from thousands of years continued war & now has united together while maintaining the individual integrity. 

But we can’t? Can We ?

See as much as you can before it’s too late.


Some Times By : Santosh Bhatt

We’re responsive creatures, always yearning for some kind of carnal or spiritual fulfillment. 


So many of our conversations are dedicated to that one question: 


What makes us feel alive? 


For me it’s neither people nor adventures. It’s the shapes and colors of people around that make up a city I love.


Despite the incurable bleakness of life and the shittiness of human nature, the world itself is still as sublime a vision as you will ever imagine. 

That vision alone is worth the effort to wake up every morning with a smile. 

It’s far more beautiful than life is ugly. 

It’s far more sincere than people are fake. 

Loving a place is far more satisfying than hating everything else.

Live with hope and live with love, if only for your surroundings. Find somewhere you love. 

See as much as you can before it’s too late.

Be selfish 5% and see the Difference. 

Too hot to Play A poem 


Some Times By : Santosh Bhatt

When it’s hot out side

Come to by my side 


Impossible to play wide

Just chill with what’s app vibe


You are so far to touch you

So I feel all you by my side


Sant thinks what is all about 

Rainbow shades pass in my inner guide.

By : Santosh Bhatt

Make a long-term life plan.  


Food for thought. 

Some Times : By Santosh Bhatt

Make a long-term life plan.  

You get so caught up with surviving each day that you have no idea what would make you happy down the road.  

But it is this long-term plan that is going to give focus and structure to decisions you make every day on your job, and guide decisions about the next step in your career.  

Get clear on what kind of work energizes you, the kind of people that you want to be around, where you want to live, how much money you want to make and how much time you want to spend at your job.

Pay attention to who you go to lunch with.  It is theraputic to bitch and complain about your job once you are out of earshot of your manager or coworkers.  

But are you spending all your time with people who just complain and never do anything to change their life?  

You are what you eat, old saying is, and who you hang out with makes who you are. 

If you want your life to grow in a positive direction, surround yourself with people who are eager to learn, problem-solve and support each other.  

I don’t mean you can never complain – just don’t get stuck whining all the time.

Always have a Plan B, C and D.  Even if you have a great job right now, you should always know what your next step is if everything blows up tomorrow.  

Network with people inside and outside your company to know what kinds of jobs or businesses you are interested in.  

It is perfectly ethical to scan job boards even if you are happily employed (just don’t do it all day on work time – a little tacky).  

I know how busy you are.  That is not a viable excuse when it comes to something as important as securing your livelihood.

Scams of Khangress and Gandhi


Some Times By : Santosh Bhatt

Who did so many scams…???

Please name the party…

Answer : Congress And Gandhi Family 

2013 – VVIP Chopper Scam 

2012 – Coal Mining scandal – INR 1,070,000 crore 

2012 – Karnataka Wakf Board Land scam – INR 200,000 crore 

2012 – Andhra Pradesh land scandal – INR 100,000 crore 

2012 – Service Tax and Central Excise Duty scam – INR 19,159 crore

2012 – Gujarat PSU financial irregularities – INR 17,000 crore 

2012 – Maharashtra stamp duty scandal – INR 640 crore 

2012 – Ministry of External Affairs gift scandal

2012 – Himachal Pradesh pulse scandal

2012 – Flying Club fraud – INR 190 crore 

2012 – Jammu and Kashmir PHE scandal 

2012 – Jammu and Kashmir recruitment scandal

2012 – Jammu and Kashmir examgate

2012 – Jammu and Kashmir Cricket Association scandal – Approximately INR 50 crore 

2012 – Andhra Pradesh liquor scandal

2011 – UP NRHM scandal – INR 10,000 crore 

2011 – ISRO’s S-band scam

2011 – KG Basin Oil scam

2011 – Goa mining scam

2011 – Bellary mining scam

2011 – Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike scam – INR 3,207 crore 

2011 – Himachal Pradesh HIMUDA housing scam

2011 – Pune housing scam 

2011 – Pune land scam 

2011 – Orissa pulse scam – INR 700 crore 

2011 – Kerala investment scam – INR 1,000 crore 

2011 – Maharashtra education scam – INR 1,000 crore 

2011 – Mumbai Sales Tax fraud – INR 1,000 crore 

2011 – Uttar Pradesh TET scam

2011 – Uttar Pradesh MGNREGA scam 

2011 – Orissa MGNREGA scam

2011 – Indian Air Force land scam

2011 – Tatra scam – INR 750 crore 

2011 – Bihar Solar lamp scam – INR 40 crore 

2011 – BL Kashyap – EPFO scam – INR 169 crore 

2011 – Stamp Paper scam – INR 2.34 crore 

2010 – 2G spectrum scam and Radia tapes controversy

2010 – Adarsh Housing Society scam

2010 – Commonwealth Games scam

2010 – Uttar Pradesh food grain scam

2010 – LIC housing loan scam

2010 – Belekeri port scam

2010 – Andhra Pradesh Emmar scam – INR 2,500 crore 

2010 – Madhya Pradesh MGNREGA scam – INR 9 crore 

2010 – Jharkhand MGNREGA scam

2010 – Indian Premier League scandal

2010 – Karnataka housing board scam

2009 – Madhu Koda mining scam

2009 – Goa’s Special Economic Zone (SEZ) scam

2009 – Rice export scam – INR 2,500 crore 

2009 – Orissa mining scam – INR 7,000 crore 

2009 – Sukhna land scam – Darjeeling 

2009 – Vasundhara Raje land scam

2009 – Austral Coke scam – INR 1,000 crore 

2008 – Cash for Vote Scandal

2008 – Hasan Ali black money controversy

2008 – The Satyam scam 

2008 – State Bank of Saurashtra scam – INR 95 crore

2008 – Army ration pilferage scam – INR 5,000 crore 

2008 – Jharkhand medical equipment scam – INR 130 crore 

2006 – Kerala ice cream parlour sex scandal

2006 – Scorpene Deal scam

2006 – Navy War Room Spy Scandal 

2006 – Punjab city centre project scam – INR 1,500 crore 

2005 – IPO scam 

2005 – Oil for food scam 

2005 – Bihar flood relief scam – INR 17 crore 

2004 – Gegong Apang PDS scam

2003 – Taj corridor scandal

2003 – HUDCO scam

2002 – Stamp paper scam – INR 20,000 crore 

2002 – Provident Fund (PF) scam 

2001 – Ketan Parekh securities scam

2001 – Barak Missile scandal

2001 – Calcutta Stock Exchange scam

2000 – India-South Africa match fixing scam

2000 – UTI scandal – INR 32 crore 

1997 – Cobbler scandal

1996 – Hawala scandal

1996 – Bihar land scam – INR 400 crore 

1996 – SNC lavalin power project scandal – INR 374 crore 

1996 – Bihar fodder scandal – INR 950 crore

1996 – Sukh Ram telecom equipment scam

1996 – C R Bhansali scandal – INR 1100 crore 

1996 – Fertiliser import scandal – INR 133 crore 

1995 – Purulia arms drop case

1995 – Meghalya forest scam – INR 300 crore 

1995 – Preferential allotment scandal – INR 5,000 crore 

1995 – Yugoslav Dinar scandal – INR 400 crore 

1994 – Sugar import scandal

1992 – Harshad Mehta securities scandal – INR 5,000 crore

1992 – Palmolein Oil Import Scandal, Kerala

1992 – Indian Bank scam – INR 1,300 crore 

1990 – Airbus scam

1989 – St Kitts forgery

1987 – Bofors Scam

1981 – Cement Scandal including A R Antulay – INR 30 crore 

1976 – Kuo oil scam – INR2.2 crore 

1974 – Maruti scam

1971 – Nagarwala scam – INR 60 lakh 

1965 – Kaling tubes scam

1964 – Pratap Singh Kairon scandal

1962 – National Defense Fund (during Chinese War)

1960 – Teja loan scam – INR 22 crore 

1958 – The Mundhra scam – INR 1.2 crore 

1956 – BHU funds misuse – INR 50 lakh 

1951 – Cycle import scandal

1948 – Jeep scam – INR 80 lakh 

1947 – INA Treasure Scam (transported from Japan to India)

Monsoon


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A Meaning of True Friend. 



Some Times By : Santosh Bhatt

DOSHTI  is like a water and milk. 

When you add milk in water then value of water goes up. 

And both becomes equal because milk brings down its own value to lift a value of friend. A water. 

When time of tasting comes when same goes on fire. 

A water pays a first price by burning and evaporating first to save a friend. A Milk. 

Now that is a true friendship. 

A lucky one will get a friend. 

A very lucky one will get a love. 

But only a fortune one will get a Love who is a friend and if you are one of those luck one then you are most wealthiest and Fortunest  in life.

You can do any crime and go to a friend and talk with ought judgement , Then he or she is a true friend. 

But when you go to love and talk the same and your partner understands you and stands by you is Love. 

And that is a rare combination.

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