Mad dash through thick fog to make the flight.
Locked inside the plane on tarmac for 3 hours as fog cleared.
Pretty babe on the next seat but I chose to move to a more comfortable seat in the first row.
Missed connection by 2 hours.
Given alternate flight 4 hours later.
Pretty girl continuing on this flight as well.
Sar zameen-e-hindustan, as salaam alaikum!
Mera naam Baadshah Khan hai.
Ishq mera mazhab, mohabbat mera iman hai.
jiske liye Shiri aur Laila ke naam phulon ki khushbhu ban gaye,
jiske liye Farahad ne pahadon ka sina cheer kar dhood ki neher baha di,
jiske liye Majanu ne sehraw ki khaakh chhaani aur aaj bhi zinda hai taarikh ban kar,
Ussi mohabbat ke liye Kabul ka ye pathan Hindustan ki sar zameen se mohabbat ki khair mangne aaya hai.
Aazmayish kadi hai,
imtihan mushkil hai,
lekin haunsla buland hai.
Jeet hamesha mohabbat ki hui hai,
Sadiyon se yahi hota aayah hai, yahi hoga.
Roshani gar Khuda ko ho manzoor, aandhiyon mein chirag jalte hain… Khuda gawah hai!
Another example… newer, bigger is not always better: My Sassy Girl. No globally identifiable stars, in Korean, released 2001, ~15000 votes, IMDb Rating: 8.3/10 My Sassy Girl. Young Hollywood starlet, in English, released 2008, ~6500 votes, IMDb Rating: 5.9/10
P.S.: I think the one little identifies with this movie :)
I have often wondered – why did the Americans drop bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki, and not on Tokyo itself?
Because Tokyo was better defended, because they wanted the leadership to be alive to ensure a quick surrender or was there some other reason? Another plausible reason that comes to mind (haven’t checked) is that these two cities might have been the industrial heart of Imperial Japan while Tokyo was only a political centre. Can anyone confirm the actual reason?