Thursday, July 13, 2006

If it weren't for CNN-IBN ...


This kind, charitable news agency, an Indian version of CNN, very graciously offers to donate 1 Rupee for every "e-candle" that is lit on their website to the relief of victims of "Terrible Tuesday." So although they seemed to be very moved by the tragedy and this that, and have some money to offer to its victims, it wants you to log on to their site, provide them with your name, email and phone no., and only then will it donate this huge sum of money.

Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai and CNN-IBN, kindly go to hell.


Meghna said...

you have just echoed my thoughts! cheap publicity stunt

Anonymous said...

if Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai really wanted to help, he must hv donated till now. i just wonder if all these things r true. sometimes a mail comes "forward it to all in ur add list n u'll help poor children/ or cry// for each sms u forward u'll donate 75 paise to so n so//// this things just blackmail people.

Nash said...

I think, its perfectly all right. Reasons explained in -

One word : Economics.
Few more words : No such thing as a free lunch.
Explanatory words: Darwin

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