• Bachpan Ke Cricket Rules

    1. 8 Eenton (Bricks) Ki Wicket Hogi.

    2. First Ball Try Hogi.

    3. Batting Team Umpiring Karegi.

    4. Ball Deewar Ko Direct Lagi Toh Six Aur Direct Baahar Gayi Toh Out.

    5. Last Batsman Akela Batting Kar Sakta Hai.

    6. Jo Beech Mein Game Chhodega Usse Kal Nahi Khilayenge.

    7. Jo Ball Baahar Phenkega Woh Khud Lekar Aayega Aur Nahi Mili Toh Khareedkar Layega.

    8. Chhote Bachche Sirf Fielding Karenge, Unki Batting Last Mein Aayegi.

    9. Jab Andhera Ho Jaayega Toh Slow Ball Karaai Jaayegi.

    10. Deewar Ko Lag Kar Catch Hua Toh Not Out Hoga.

    11. 3 Ball Lagaatar Wide Toh Over Cancel.

    12. Jo Jeetega Woh Agli Baar Batting Karega.

    13. Jiska Bat Hoga Wohi Opening Karega.
  • How to Choose a General?

    Soon after getting freedom from British rule in 1947, the de-facto prime minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru called a meeting of senior Army Officers to select the first General of the Indian army.

    Nehru proposed, "I think we should appoint a British officer as a General of The Indian Army, as we don't have enough experience to lead the same."

    Having learned under the British, only to serve and rarely to lead, all the civilians and men in uniform present nodded their heads in agreement.

    However one senior officer, Nathu Singh Rathore, asked for permission to speak. Nehru was a bit taken aback by the independent streak of the officer, though, he asked him to speak freely.

    Rathore said, "You see, sir, we don't have enough experience to lead a nation too, so shouldn't we appoint a British person as the first Prime Minister of India?"

    You could hear a pin drop.

    After a pregnant pause, Nehru asked Rathore, "Are you ready to be the first General of The Indian Army?"

    Rathore declined the offer saying, "Sir, we have a very talented army officer, my senior, Gen. Cariappa, who is the most deserving among us."

    This is how the brilliant Lt. Gen. Cariappa became the first General and Rathore the first ever Lt. General of the Indian Army.
  • Kanjoosi Ki Hadd!

    Ek Admi Maha Kanjus Tha! Usne Ek Martbaan Mein Desi Ghee Bhar Kar Usko Kas Ke Band Kar Diya.

    Kyunki Kanjoos Darta Tha Ki Uska Ghee Khatam Na Ho Jaye Isliye Jab Bhi Vo Aur Uske Bete Khana Khaate Toh Roti Ko Martbaan Se Ragad Lete Aur Khana Kha Lete The.

    Ek Baar Kanjoos Kisi Kaam Ke Silsile Mein Shahar Se Bahar Gaya.

    Waapas Aane Pe Use Apne Beton Se Pucha: Tum Logon Ne Khana Time Se Kha Liya Tha Na?

    Bete Bole: Ji Pita Ji.

    Kanjoos: Bina Ghee Ke Koi Mushkil Toh Nahin Hui? Kyunki Ghee Ka Martbaan Toh Almari Mein Band Kar Ke Gaya Tha.

    Bete: Vo Humne Almari Ke Handle Se Rotiyaan Ragad Kar Kha Lee.

    Kanjoos: Nalayakon!!! Kya Tum Log Ek Di N Bhi Bina Ghee Ke Khaana Nahin Kha Sakte?

    Bete Behosh!!!
  • The Perils of Illiteracy

    A man attempted to rob a Bank of America located in San Francisco.

    He walked into the branch and wrote, "This iz a stikkup. Put all your muny in this bag."

    While standing in line, waiting to give his note to the teller, he began to worry that someone had seen him write the note and might call the police before he reached the teller's window. So he left the Bank of America and crossed the street to Wells Fargo.

    After waiting a few minutes in line, he handed his note to the Wells Fargo teller. She read it and, surmising from his spelling errors that he wasn't the brightest tool in the box, told him that she could not accept his stickup note because it was written on a Bank of America deposit slip and that he would either have to fill out a Wells Fargo deposit slip or go back to Bank of America.

    Looking somewhat defeated, the man said, "OK," and left.

    He was arrested a few minutes later, as he was waiting in line back at the Bank of America.