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      kinnan setup...lokothara nilavaram
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      Ulkhadanam kazhinju....

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      Out bdyond ideas of wrongdoings and rightdoing, there is a field. I 'll meet you there
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      koothara munshi..njan ithinu thread idan poyappol udakki ...bjp munshi

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      Kalmaadiye koovi thalliyennu kettu.Manmohan singh pedichu poyennum kettu

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      kalmaadiyude tholikkatti okke sammathikkanam......kandaamrigam kandaal naanichu athmahathya cheyyum..
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      kalmadiye pole ullavar karanam anu CWG nte peril India kure pazhi kettathu. @%$@

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      Kalmaadiyalla Delhiyile chila Oochaali Govt departments like NDMC, DDA thudangiya naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaariya depts aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanu ithinu kaaaaaaaaaaaaranakkaaaaaaaaaaaaar

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      Quote Originally Posted by saji View Post
      kalmaadiyude tholikkatti okke sammathikkanam......kandaamrigam kandaal naanichu athmahathya cheyyum..
      parupady thakarthallo pinne enthonnu kalmaadi

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      Quote Originally Posted by anukutty View Post
      Uvva uvva
      cheyyunna joli-l 100% dedication nadathiyal chilappol pazhy kelkkendy varum pulli neat anennalla pakshe avishyamillathe kure pazhi kettu cwg

      Pratibha Patil declares Games open; Prince Charles reads out a message from the Queen
      India switched on its spotlights on Sunday evening to display its new vibrant, energetic and progressive avatar providing its guests from the Commonwealth nations a glimpse of its art and culture at the opening ceremony of the Games.

      For precisely three hours, all the unsavoury episodes in the days leading to this spectacular event were forgotten and the audience of around 60,000 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here carried home memories of a gala evening that presented a fine mix of the country's glorious past, a dynamic present and a promising future.

      Against low expectations and mounting criticism of India's capabilities to hold the Games in keeping with its growing reputation of a developing economy, the show did more than just entertain those present. It left the audience upbeat and restored the country's pride that had been so badly bruised in the weeks gone by.

      There were several moments that brought the roars from an enthusiastic Delhi crowd. Among those, the one that stood out — soon after Prince Charles read out a message from the Queen — was when President Pratibha Patil declared the Games open, with the words, “Let the Games begin.”

      A little earlier, Olympic bronze medallist Sushil Kumar handed over the much-travelled Queen's Baton to Prince Charles. Boxer Vijender Singh carried the baton into the stadium, passed it to five-time world women's boxing champion Mary Kom before it reached shooter Samaresh Jung and Sushil.

      The sombre spirit was lifted with the rising of the aerostat — the much-talked about helium balloon costing over Rs. 40-crore — that spectacularly displayed the magnified images of the happenings on the ground below.

      The ‘Rhythms of India,' a vibrating five-minute show comprising 800 drummers set the tempo. Thereafter, 1,050 school children from the capital performed choreography of Namaste, an acknowledged sign of welcome and respect to the guests.

      The song, Swagatam, smartly incorporated nuances of Hindustani, Carnatic and Qawwali forms of music, with the credit for this fine fusion going to noted singer Hariharan. The customary athletes' parade was headed by Australia, the superpower in Commonwealth sports. India, led by Olympic champion shooter Abhinav Bindra, brought up the rear to thunderous ovation. Never before would an Indian contingent have turned out so smartly for any Games.

      Bindra later took the athletes' oath and among various presentations that followed, the “Great Indian Journey” encapsulated 5,000 years of Indian culture, after an eye-catching presentation by the Indian Railways.

      The grand finale featuring music composer A.R. Rahman was a fitting one, with his Jai Ho turning out to be more popular than the theme song, Jiyo Utho Bado Jeeto.

      Organising Committee Chairman Suresh Kalmadi was booed by a section of the crowd.
      The Hindu : News / National : Commonwealth Games off to colourful start

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