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1/D-212
Jun 08, 2011
09:28 PM

That's true, the cronies in India are shining . Nothing else matters.  80 million living on Rs. 20/- day unhappened & therefore talking such things is uncool. One should not do things which offend the sensivities of invest climate. Time Arundhati Roy you get on board the chatterati, glitterati & the latest happening thing twitterati bandwagon.

Oh, yes 140 charcter twitting chaff is the thing to write instead of  23 page grains of  the real  to get noticed here. See how often a fellow Malayali bimbo with political pretentions get mentioned for his twitting faux pas!

MANISH BANERJEE
KOLKATA, India
2/D-213
Jun 08, 2011
09:30 PM

So Indain gov. is so powerful that it can silence the press worldwide. The task which is not possible even for USA

abhi
Pune, India
3/D-28
Jun 09, 2011
05:23 AM

International Papers may avoid bad news about India, but open any Indian news website (outlookindia, indiatoday, ndtv,etc. etc. etc.) and that lack is easily remedied.

Zafar
Sydney, Australia
4/D-131
Jun 11, 2011
09:44 PM

The manish bannerjee kolkatan again trumps Rs 20 per day. All the poverty is concentrated in WB because of glamourisation of class struggle. You cannot hire a person in free india unless you ay Rs 300/day. Enough of kolkatan BS.

Ramakrishnan2
NY, United States
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