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Freewill from INDIA

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  1. THIS SHOULD SHUT THE MOUTH OF ALL THOSE FOREIGNERS WHO LOOK DOWN UPON INDIA AS A LAND OF SNAKE CHARMERS, POVERTY, AND CORRUPTION!! THESE VENUES ARE FAR BETTER THAN ANY USED IN THE CWG TILL DATE - U BET ME ON THAT - AND THIS TIME UM GONNA KICK UR A**! Flowers blooming around JNS The Humongous Aerostat being lifted up for the Opening Ceremony Rehersals HERE ARE THE IMAGES AS PROMISED ABOVE - THEY BELONG TO A POST ON SSC - ALL CREDIT TO MO RUSH AND IN TURN TO REUTERS My link
  2. Here is a better pic of the "almost" ready Thyagaraj Complex
  3. MODEL APARTMENT OF THE GAMES VILLAGE FOR ATHLETES IN THE GAMES VILLAGE THE UNDER CONSTRUCTION GAMES VILLAGE THE THYAGRAJ SPORTS COMPLEX - VENUE FOR NET BALL
  4. HERE ARE SOME PHOTOS WHICH I WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH YOU ALL (Sources : Getty Images, being used solely for educational purposes) THE MASCOT FOR CWG DELHI 2010 - SHERA WITH PRINCE EDWARD AND MR SURESH KALMADI CONSTRCUTION IN FULL SWING @ THE JLN STADIUM THE ILLUMINATED SAFDARJUNG TOMB - IT IS AMONG THE 13 HISTORIC MONUMENTS THAT ARE BEING GIVEN A FACELIFT PRIOR TO THE CWGs THE DELHI METRO WILL REACH EVERY CORNER OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION (NCR) BY THE TIME THE CWG BEGIN. HERE SOME LABOURS WORK ON THE "PHASE - II" UNDERGROUND LINE OF THE DELHI METRO THE ALL NEW STANDARD GUAGE ROLLING STOCKS MANUFACTURED BY "BOMBARDIER" FOR THE DELHI METRO BEING AIR-LIFTED FROM GERMANY TO DELHI
  5. Who the hell said that the CWG structure is "on the verge of collapse" - the ground reality is here - we were definitely behind schedule but things have changed now - I can bet you a Billion Dollars that all the venues will be 100% before the games! - The work is in full swing now 24x7 - The constructions are proceeding all night through! And besides when you visit Delhi during the CWG - you will be welcomed by the world's 6th largest AIRPORT TERMINAL which will cater all the planes which land on Delhi through aerobridges (only 3 airports in the world can do that), besides you will be taken from the airport straight to the JLN Stadium through a dedicated metro service "Airport Express" - all this and "MUCH MUCH" more......... And this airport is slated to open its door by march next year - at present it the one of the world's biggest construction sites - with over 22,000 workers working day and night along with hundreds from abroad! DELHI 2010 will be the grandest CWG so far.........and the opening n closing ceremonies will be a spectacle you had never witnessed before! INDIA OPENS ITS DOORS TO THE WORLD..................ALL ARE WELCOME ABOARD TO WITNESS A SPECTACULAR GAMES! NAMASTE!
  6. IN 2020 IT'S GOING TO BE DELHI FOR SURE (AND IF ANY MISHAP HAPPENS IT WILL BE DELHI 2024) SEE I EVEN SKETCHED OUT (HAND MADE) A BID LOGO (COMMENTS PLEASEE ) AND YES CHEERS FOR DELHI 2020
  7. BY BATON - I MEAN THE ONE OF CWG MELBOURNE 2006
  8. Hmm good reply by my Indian friend.....and inspite of the fact that I am probably of the most "patriot" and "nationalist" Indians......I agree that the progress of CWG delhi 2010 has not been good - but I think they will manage to pull it very neatly in the end - as they have finally woken up - on my recent trip to delhi - it could see construction going on even after dusk and infact pretty much into the night! (that gives us a sigh of relief) And for u ass"stinkin" aussies(lyk the one in this forum) - (well we never really get into these abusing convos - but u force us to) - SHUT THE **** UP! And shove the "cheap" china-imported disfigured penis looking baton in ur stinkin asses! (DISCLAIMER : The message is not meant to offend any but one aussie - who is polluting this community! If any other Australian feels hurt after reading this - I apologize you in the true "Indian" spirit of Brotherhood)
  9. Yup dude they are LEDs - and they are programmed to change to the colors of the flag of the country they are in! Isn't that cool???? In fact the baton is loaded with a host of gadgets : * The ability to capture images and sound as it travels throughout all nations of the Commonwealth; * The latest global positioning system (GPS) technology through which the exact location of the baton can be tracked on the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi website; * Embedded light emitting diodes (LEDs) which will change into the colours of a country’s flag whilst in that country; and * Text messaging capability so that anyone anywhere can send their messages of congratulations and encouragement to the Batonbearers throughout the Queen`s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi.
  10. AND HERE ARE SOME MORE PICS OF THE QUEEN'S BATON DELHI 2010 - THE BATON VISITED JERSEY AND IN SPITE OF THE BAD WEATHER CONDITION TRAVELED ACROSS THE COUNTRY (Thanks to its all weather metallic body) (I wonder how it looks ugly to you guys - just looks at those beautifully crafted lines - anyways its a subjective matter and I can't force my opinion on anyone.)
  11. Here are the ticket prices (International) for the opening & closing ceremonies of Delhi 2010: Opening Ceremony Category A - US$ 1230 Category B - US$ 615 Category C - US$ 125 (Though is has been very clearly stated that these tickets may not be available at all after the first few days because of very High Demand) Closing Ceremony Category A - US$ 1230 Category B - US$ 495 Category C - US$ 125 The LOCAL PRICE DETAILS DISCLOSURE AND SALE are also expected to commence early next year.
  12. alrite so now u have bcum an historian = great!!!! what scholarsaround the world could not do - this gentlemen is making remarkable discoveries sitting right here in this forum - well I must applaud u for that - great going sir!
  13. and what just cause r u tokin about??????????? u the hell gave you guys the permission to decide how the baton looks and just look at urself - u call these JUST CAUSE???? LOL And if I M NATIONALIST - YOU GUYS ARE BIASED!
  14. alrite.........it may nt b "d oldest" but it is among the ancient 5!
  15. And now about the baton for DELHI 2010 (especially for some dumb heads who cant distinguish between the CULTURE of world's oldest civilization to some cannibal stone age tribe far in the south) HERE'S THE ANSWER: (and the baton reflects our true culture and Indian spirit of "unity in diversity" as well as our fondness with our roots) he Queen`s Baton 2010 Delhi is a combination of handcrafted excellence and precision engineering, it is a true symbol of India: its ancient roots and present vibrant, modern identity. It is also representative of India’s diversity – the baton’s colour scheme showcases ‘soils’ from every corner of the country, a rich palette ranging from white sands to yellow clay, deep reds to dark browns and an array of other hues. The shape and design of the baton has been created using a triangular section of aluminium which is twisted in the form of a helix and coated with soil in a graduating pattern. Interweaving of the intricate hand layered soil pattern creates a very distinctive design, form and texture never before seen in the styling of a Queen’s Baton. Culminating at the pinnacle of the Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi is a precious jewellery box containing the Queen’s ‘message to the athletes’. The Queen’s message has been symbolically engraved onto a miniature 18 carat gold leaf, representative of the ancient Indian `pathras`. The gold leaf inscription reflects the essence and the richness of culture in ancient India. Modern laser technology known as micro calligraphy has been used for the first time to reproduce the Queen’s message in this style. The Queen`s Baton 2010 Delhi stands at 664 millimetres high is 34 millimetres wide at the base, and 86 millimetres wide at the top and weighs a mere 1,900 grams. The baton’s ergonomic contours allow for convenient holding and good balance. The Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi technology features include: * The ability to capture images and sound as it travels throughout all nations of the Commonwealth; * The latest global positioning system (GPS) technology through which the exact location of the baton can be tracked on the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi website; * Embedded light emitting diodes (LEDs) which will change into the colours of a country’s flag whilst in that country; and * Text messaging capability so that anyone anywhere can send their messages of congratulations and encouragement to the Batonbearers throughout the Queen`s Baton Relay 2010 Delhi. The Queen`s Baton 2010 Delhi is created using processes and technologies existing in India by Foley Design in partnership with Titan Industries and a technology consortium led by Bharat Electronics Limited.
  16. ALL right FOLKS so i gotta answer that the way u ppl will "understand" the Melbourne baton was like a "cheap chinese toothbrush handle that looked as if it gets bent wherever u touch it...." and the Manchester baton was like an ugly condom on top of a huge.......u know what!!! and as far as the KL baton is concerned - well is was good ~ reflecting there tradition!
  17. And this is how the Melbourne 2006 baton looked like.........a little weird (and I m not being racist........)
  18. Hey guys pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease STOP QUARELLING OUT THERE!!!!!! And check out these amazing pics of the Queen's baton Relay! And I must tell (not bcuz I m an Indian - infact anybody will agee) that The Baton for Delhi 2010 is the most beautiful and exquisitely built baton ever in the history of CWG (google the previous batons and you'll agree )
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