What pressure is she talking about..Has she beaten Fedrer's record or entered all time tennis hall of fame that she fears not having pressure on her to win anymore? She had to say something and you has to publish something so i guess u guys just mutually cooked up a catch line.
Re: Sounds as if she's beaten Roger Fedrer's record
by united india on Oct 12, 2010 04:04 PM
She is saying "I enjoy the pressure. I always believe that the day I stop enjoying pressure I will quit. But, as of now, I am enjoying it, enjoying performing and enjoying competing under pressure" A lot use of the word PRESSURE!!! She is expressing damn HOT stories of her!!! Now u understand!!!
NEW DELHI: India dropped two ranks to 67th among 84 developing countries in the International Food Policy Research Institute's annual " Global Hunger Index" for 2010. Even Sudan, North Korea and Pakistan rank higher than India.
While the report, released on Monday, shows that the proportion of undernourished in India is decreasing, the worsening ranking indicates that other developing countries have done better in tackling hunger. India is home to 42% of the underweight children under the age of five in the world.
The policymakers in India, who are are still fighting over the need to have an expansive National Food Security Act, should look at the following data more closely: in 2005-06, about 44% of Indian children â€” below five years â€” were underweight, and nearly half â€” 48% â€” were stunted.
The food insecurity is so rampant across the country that India is clubbed with minor economies like Bangladesh, Timor-Leste and Yemen, recording the highest prevalence of underweight in children under five.
At the beginning of the liberalization era in the early 90s, 24% of the population was undernourished. The situation marginally improved to 22% between 2004 and 2006. Almost 60% of children below five were recorded as underweight in 1988-92. The condition has remained
Re: Re: When?
by Rupesh Gujarathi on Oct 12, 2010 04:12 PM
Does your comment have any relevance in regard to this article? Obviously India is not good against several other countries, but you cannot conclude that efforts are not sufficient. The pace with which population is increasing, it is really not possible even if you apply the best growth story in India to improve the position.
Re: Re: When?
by Sunshine on Oct 13, 2010 12:49 AM
Sharad Power was not the agriculture minister at that time. He is now.. He has a voracious diet rest he left in the open to become rotten and not give it to childs. He is right now busy in eating up ICC. He may look towards this stats once he will be free from there.
Re: No Need
by ritu PATIL on Oct 13, 2010 02:31 AM
its soo confusing to me,when sonia gandhi is married to an indian ,she is still called a FOREINGNER,but if sania is married to a PAKII she is called a pakistani not an indian,yaar plzz explain this double standard
Re: No Need
by Sasidharan Nair on Oct 12, 2010 04:09 PM
It's unfortunate to read such rash judgment about a indian citizen! Merely she loved and married a pakistani, does not allow anyone to condemn in such manner of blaspheme! As indians we shall show the restraints and respects for our own people. If she were able to bring gold medal, the comments we would have showered words of praise on her! It's unfortunate, things are going so worse! For Indians!
She is saying "I enjoy the pressure. I always believe that the day I stop enjoying pressure I will quit. But, as of now, I am enjoying it, enjoying performing and enjoying competing under pressure" A lot use of the word PRESSURE!!! She is expressing damn HOT stories of her!!!
Post yesterday's loss the reason she gave was that there were lot many mosquitoes, worms and insects flying in front of her subjected to distraction. These insects and mosquitoes also went in her mouth, which had never happened. Somdev Devvarman won gold for us and all these flies, mosquitoes and insects were flying in front of him, which never proved a distraction for him. She has hardly passed 1st round in Grand Slams and is now worried about future of women’s tennis in India. Winners never give reasons and losers do, which she needs to learn.
Re: Unbelievable statements
by Rupesh Gujarathi on Oct 12, 2010 04:19 PM
Sania is a cheat. She needs to agree that her lack of concentration and her continuous desire to be in limelight is only proving her play bad. Did she mean that those mosquitoes etc, were bothering her only and not to her opponent. Grow up Sania, you really need to take lot of efforts to play again the way you used to play in past. If marriage is the reason behind ur disturbance, then may be u can take a break for some time and join back the game. But please not as an Indian Player but as a Pakistani player. Unless there is any Fatwa from somebody over there, regarding playing Tennis by Women.
Re: Re: Re: Unbelievable statements
by Sunshine on Oct 13, 2010 12:54 AM
Not at all. Pakistan is very hyginic and a developed nation. Only that its citizens looks like mosquitoes and she is married to an insect.