Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Can never get more bizarre !!!

Train driver in Bihar asks passengers to push
Link : Indian Express
Patna, May 16: Hundreds of rail passengers got more than they had bargained for when the driver of their train asked them to get out and push.
It took more than half an hour to move the stalled electric train 12 feet (4 metres) so that it touched live overhead wires and was able to resume its journey, officials said on Wednesday.
The incident occurred in Bihar on Tuesday after a passenger pulled the train's emergency chain and it halted in a 'neutral zone', a short length of track where there is no power in the overhead wires.
"In so many years of service in the railways, I have never come across such a bizarre incident," said Deepak Kumar Jha, a spokesman for Indian Railways.
A train's momentum usually allows it to continue moving through neutral zones.

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Thursday, May 10, 2007

Adam was from Tamilnadu!!!

Till now, we knew that Adam was the first guy who has been created by God....but we did not know where he used to live. but our research now suggests that he was from Tamilnadu and it also traverses a middle path between science and religion (read Bible and Darwin's theory of evolution) see..Darwin's theory suggests that All the human beings are direct descendants of monkey and in Tamilnadu, we have a culture of putting father's name as initial according to Darwin's theory, Adam' father must be monkey.. yes true, that's what his name suggests.. Actually his first name must have been Ada (looks cute also: God had specially devoted 1 week
including weekends to select this name) and as per tradition ( do not ask me how this tradition existed, it is subject of another research) his father's initials has been appended ...but on the due course of time the dot between ada and m got blurred ..and we came to know his name as Adam.
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