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Who is your worst enemy??

Raghavendra nandavar
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I think it is Laziness..... :roll: :roll:
shan Iyer
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Laziness to go on a diet


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MInu
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Laziness ? ? ?

He is my best friend...If he is not with me,I will have to stay in the office after 7PM.


God Gave Me Nothing I Wanted<br />He Gave Me Everything I Needed<br /> - Swami Vivekananda
S Venkatesh
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Its time to make friends and not enemies!!
Raghavendra nandavar
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Originally posted by Vinod Ennes:
Laziness ? ? ?

He is my best friend...If he is not with me,I will have to stay in the office after 7PM.


Ya... Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired.
Chetan Parekh
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Myself


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Chetan Parekh
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Microsoft: Its own worst enemy
MInu
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But my friend Laziness is a different person....He will come to me only after i got tired.

Let me list my worst enemies,

Jibin Joseph Abraham.
Elias N Varghese.
Joice K Jose.
Mohamed Shafi and Liju Cheriyan.

Vinod NS.
Rakesh Joshi
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Program BUG


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Liju Cherian
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hey Vinod... It seem's u've got lots of enemies....

But what seem's obvious to me from personal interaction with the others mentioned, is that, u seem to be their SOLE COMMON ENEMY

What do u say guys..???


"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell just as sweet."<br />(William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, Act II, Scene II)
Chetan Parekh
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Man without an Enemy = Ajatshatru in Sanskrit.
Raghavendra nandavar
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Originally posted by Rakesh Joshi:
Program BUG


Am chasing away one such enemy (a bug) now...
MInu
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Now it is clear to all ranchers that why I had mentioned Liju's name in my worst enemies list.

It is certain that others will come up with their own weapons.

wait and see .

Vinod NS.
Mohamed Shafi
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Hello Ranchers...

Please forgive Vinod for what he had posted about his "Enemies" list. The fact is that he has lost his mind and can't differentiate the meaning between Enemies and Laziness. The names that he has referred in his list are his colleagues and we don't blame him for that becoz, he is being his self!!!

So my fellow ranchers, please do co-operate with him like we do and don't let him feel otherwise....

is that fine , vinod???


Regards,<br /> <br />Shafi.
Raghavendra nandavar
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Originally posted by Chetan Parekh:
Man without an Enemy = Ajatshatru in Sanskrit.


Soo who is Ajatshatru now
MInu
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me...certainly not.
Raghavendra nandavar
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Originally posted by Vinod Ennes:
me...certainly not.


After seeing the loong list.. its clear
Aj Mathia
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Originally posted by Raghavendra nandavar:


Soo who is Ajatshatru now


Ajatshatru is nowadays shortened to Ajay


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Aj Mathia
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Originally posted by Vinod Ennes:
But my friend Laziness is a different person....He will come to me only after i got tired.

Let me list my worst enemies,

Jibin Joseph Abraham.
Elias N Varghese.
Joice K Jose.
Mohamed Shafi and Liju Cheriyan.

Vinod NS.


do you hate mallus or u only know malus
Aj Mathia
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my worst enemy , well my addictions.
Ram Bhakt
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Originally posted by Ajay Mathew:


Ajatshatru is nowadays shortened to Ajay


They are different. Former means "the one whose enemy hasn't been born", the later means "without win". There is a similar word: Aparajit (female form Aparajita is quite common) meaning "the one who has never been defeated".

Actually, the word for "the one who cannot be won", is Ajeya (like Ameya).
Ajay is a wrong spelling for that word and is pronounced as A - j - y (all single 'A's as in Amar), which means "Without Win", which is probably not what the parents meant while naming their kid
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Wrost enemies:

"Its easy you just have to ...."

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"Its simple, we can finish it in two weeks no problem...."
Aj Mathia
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Originally posted by Ram Bhakt:


They are different. Former means "the one whose enemy hasn't been born", the later means "without win". There is a similar word: Aparajit (female form Aparajita is quite common) meaning "the one who has never been defeated".

Actually, the word for "the one who cannot be won", is Ajeya (like Ameya).
Ajay is a wrong spelling for that word and is pronounced as A - j - y (all single 'A's as in Amar), which means "Without Win", which is probably not what the parents meant while naming their kid


Now Now what you have sneaked in is ancient names with present-day names and translated their direct meaning.
All the above names are attached and revolve around one thing and that is Victory. thats why Ajay is a derived from it.
guess then Ajit as per your translation would be �without win�?
Amol would be �without value�
And nonIndian names like Adam would be something about A Dam?
I would suggest to use my best friend Google as a starting point on things you are uncertain about (like Ajay + meaning)

:roll:
Raghavendra nandavar
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Originally posted by Ajay Mathew:
my worst enemy , well my addictions.


That is one of mine tooo
Ram Bhakt
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Originally posted by Ajay Mathew:


Now Now what you have sneaked in is ancient names with present-day names and translated their direct meaning.
All the above names are attached and revolve around one thing and that is Victory. thats why Ajay is a derived from it.
guess then Ajit as per your translation would be �without win�?
Amol would be �without value�
I would suggest to use my best friend Google as a starting point on things you are uncertain about (like Ajay + meaning)

:roll:


I so knew someone named Ajay was going reply

You are right about the current popular belief of the meaning of word Ajay. However, how much ever it might hurt you, the fact is that it is wrong and the correct word for "the one who cannot be won" is Ajeya. Ajay means just the opposite. If a thousand people believe something to be true doesn't necessarily make it true. Therefore, Google cannot prove or disprove any thing. It will only tell you how many people believe in what. If you are really interested in knowing, you can talk to any Hindi professor and he can enlighten you. Or you can live all your life in blissful ignorance.

Again, the prefix 'a' does not always work the same way for all the words, so your logic that Amol means without value is wrong. Even in English you have words like invaluable and invisible, where 'in' provides opposite meaning.

I remember we had a similar discussion once while in college. There was a guy who used the word 'shady' very often (as in, "Last night I went to a shady bar"). Finally, someone corrected him by telling him that the right word is 'seedy' and not 'shady' but he wouldn't believe. Now, 'shady' is used often by many Indians, but that doesn't change the fact that it is wrong

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And nonIndian names like Adam would be something about A Dam?


This tells me that you are not really interested in any intellectual discussion.
 
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