Joke of married life
A husband and his wife had a bitter quarrel on the day of their 40th wedding anniversary
The husband yells, "When you die, I'm getting you a headstone that reads, 'Here Lies My Wife - Cold As Ever'" "Yeah" she replies, "When you die, I'm getting you a headstone that reads, 'Here Lies My Husband -Stiff At Last'"
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
It’s no secret that the world’s most altruistic celebrity couple is on the rocks. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have been quarrelling about almost anything; from their work schedules, to Angie’s hesitance to live in USA, to Brad’s apparent useless methods to “win back” sultry Angie. And now, the rumors are flying thick that their recent row is about politics! Say what? Yep, unlike other couples who battle over drug dependency and infidelity, the two most gorgeous celebrities are quibbling over boring politics!
Politicians quarrel in TV Channel-studio
If you switch on the TV then you find the leaders sitting in studio to discuss the issue, all they call each other communal, corrupt, fascist and so on. It looks like a fish market and all the women selling fish claim the selling the best fishes in cheap rates. As parents quarrelling, will talk as if they are against each other’s ideas but it is just a couple arguing.
Left and congress are like a bickering couple. They have inseparable obligations and responsibly between them. Actually, if Left and Congress are a bickering couple, their divorce, or at least their worsening relationship is inevitable by the end of next year before the general election 2009.
Vocabulary such parties, or ‘bickering couple’ splitting and reunions, facilitates the comparison between marriage and politics, as we see since the day of the Independence of India. Thus when left and Congress are in conflict we can think of them as quarrelling couples who sometimes split up
Should like ever failing marriage both sides congress and left take responsibility for their worsening relationship? Both enjoy the honeymoon 4 years to grab the power in centre and still enjoying. Cong-Left Honeymoon to Video Elephant Romance
But they are making ground for quarrelling each other to fight the next general election and after that they would share the bed again in day light before the 100 crore people of India. Nuke Deal nukes honeymoon of Congress and Left. CPI favours talks with UNPA on third front
Secular wish to rule longer: Judiciary minus India
Congress generally and Left especially quarrel with Judiciary. They honestly think that if an attempt is made to dismantle the judiciary procedure; they would begin to build up a fake secular dictatorial lobby of opinion for going beyond the legal procedure.
Mush hammers on Judiciary of Pakistan. Here in India UPA government with Communist Parties wants to keep judiciary in their custody. Dictator Mush dynastic Kingdoms in India
SC invokes Mahatma: Be quick, be brief and be off
CBI may have been accused of not doing enough to bring Ottavio Quattrocchi to book for collecting hefty kickbacks in the Bofors deal, but that did not deter it on Jan 24, 2008 from citing in SC the case of the Italian businessman to oppose any relief for another alleged arms dealer. "We should follow what Gandhi told his visitors through a plaque hung outside his cottage in Sabarmati Ashram — 'Be quick, be brief and be off'." Justice Katju said.
Left fake secular third class romance
Like that political analysts find that in India fake seculars are ever united to show each other the ghost of communalism and BJP. Crisis among them can’t their undemocratic anti-people opportunistic and power grabbing unity.
Hubbe Ali kam; Bughze Muawiya zyada. They are in the game not because they love Ali (read, the Congress) but because they hate Muawiya (BJP) more. Lalu also says: “Main naheen to BJP!” They want to present BJP as Ghost before Muslims.
Why Left tuning for third alternate of secular forces? Why does Left not say that Congress is communal, so they want to leave it?
These fake seculars take in wrong sense the research results of couples
UPA and Left beating parliament: Is a husband-beater in US presidential race as Britney?
Quota Cock Fight
Western vs Indian culture
The marriage in Indian culture, as in most other relationships, does not, compared to the western concept, stress free will or maximization of individual satisfaction as we see in the political characters of fake seculars and their parties. It is not a holy union of two individuals who commit to each other, but also of two families, which have a lot of interests at stake. Another striking difference from western practice is that the church and/or the state do not witness the ceremony.
I recall a funny story: One man asks another: Why are you always quarrelling with your wife? You should be gentle with the old girl, very gentle. That is how our relations should be built. The authorities should feel a need to amend its unlawful decisions. And this goal can be achieved in many different ways. Revealing your methods is the same as showing other card players the cards that you have been dealt. If you follow rhias: there will be less unpleasantness all round, less killing, less, less hate and distress if we learn early on not to say what we mean.
London: Research on quarrelling couples
During the study, 192 couples — differentiated into four categories — were kept under observation for over 17 years. The first category consisted of couples where both partners communicated their anger, the second of couples where the husband showed anger while the wife suppressed it, the third comprised couples where only the wife showed anger and the fourth where both parties suppressed it.
It was found that during the period of study death was twice as likely in the fourth group as compared to the chances of other three.
The results held good even when other factors such as age, smoking, weight, blood pressure, bronchial problems and cardiovascular risk were taken into account.
"When couples get together, one of their main jobs is reconciliation about conflict. Usually nobody is trained to do this. The key matter is, when the conflict happens, how you resolve it," Ernest Harburg, professor emeritus at the University Of Michigan School Of Public Health, which conducted the study, was quoted by Daily Mail as saying.
"When you don't, if you burry your anger and you brood on it and you resent the other person or the attacker, and you don't try to resolve the problem, then you're in trouble," he said.
Professor Harburg stressed that the preliminary figures are small, and that researchers are now collecting follow-up data spread over 30 years