Overall, I am losing interest in cricket. Unlike my younger days
Yeah I think with age the interest decreases, I remember watching a test match non stop for all 5 days. When there was no television at home we use to go the only house in the locality to watch the match. Since T20 has started one day matches has lost the charm. The main interest left in the test matches only and with the current performance that too will not there in future.
there are two rooms far away from each other there is a Bulb in Room A and its Switch is in One Out of 3 Switches in Room B.You can Press Switch any time in Room B BUT YOU CAN GO TO SEE BULB ONLY ONE TIME IN ROOM A...
and Have to say which one is switch of BULB?
YOU CANT SEE THE LIGHT FROM ROOM A TO ROOM B(HA HA HA)
OTHER 2 Swiches are of "NO USE"
Tell me How You Can Identify that which is bulb's switch??
There is No Time Limit..
There is Loginc behind it...
Think & say..If You r Intelligent..
A STUPID COMMON MAN FROM INDIA("ONE OUT OF AAM JANTA")
I saw someone post this on facebook so I thought I would share it. Its about a boy named Akrit Jaswal, at 7 years old he is the youngest person to get admitted in a medical university in India. Akrit Jaswal has an estimated IQ of 146. He is now 17 years old and working on a master's degree in applied chemistry. WOW! How amazing is that.