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D-58/140
Oct 25, 2014
04:43 PM

" A range of esteemed scholars — from Sheldon Pollock to Jonardon Ganeri — have demonstrated beyond doubt that this period before British rule witnessed some of the greatest achievements in Indian philosophy, literature, music, painting and architecture. "

Vedic philosophy - 1500 BC

Kalidasa's Abhigyanasakuntalam - 400 AD

Ellora murals - 200 BC

Kailasanatha Temple - 780 AD

Music (Samaveda) - 1500 BC

All the above achievements were before the advent of Islam. I doubt if any of the above have been overshadowed in terms of excellence since then.

As for the British era, the trinity of Carnatic music have flourished in the 19th century. The ghazals of Ghalib, the revival of Kathak, Urdu literature and poetry, the prose, poetry and music of Tagore, have all taken place during the British era. The great Indian renaissance took place during the British rule.

Pankaj Mishra is an overrated, ignorant product of the Macaulayite assembly line. Nobody should take him seriously.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-57/6
Oct 25, 2014
04:33 PM

>>There were several attempts made on Gadhiji's life. Obviously, only the last one succeeded and the immediate provocation was his insistence on remitting the Rs 55 crore to Pakistan unconditionally

The reason for earlier attempts? 

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-56/2
Oct 25, 2014
04:30 PM

What happened to Nathuram Godse's story which got reported with all funfare in all media? 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-55/5
Oct 25, 2014
04:20 PM

 I do not agree with everything in this article but this is a fact that Nehru was absolute disaster. India was unfortunate to have arrogant and daydreamer as  first PM of our country.

Jitendra
Delhi, India
D-54/4
Oct 25, 2014
04:13 PM

" Gandhi invited his fate clearly."

There were several attempts made on Gadhiji's life. Obviously, only the last one succeeded and the immediate provocation was his insistence on remitting the Rs 55 crore to Pakistan unconditionally.

In fact, Gandhiji refused to have armed bodyguards saying that guns were the antithesis of non-violence. He said that many attempts were made on his life, yet he survived because it was God's will. He felt that when his time came, armed bodyguards would not be able to prevent his death.

If Saroja states that "Gandhi invited his fate clearly," it is purely her (Saroja's) opinion or what she thinks Godse felt. I do not endorse such a ridiculous view.

Everybody in positions of power are susceptible to such threats from those who are adversely affected by decisions taken. That is the reason why they are provided with security. To insist that they have "clearly invited their fate" only reveals a perverted mindset.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-53/139
Oct 25, 2014
03:48 PM

" The psychic wounds Mr. Naipaul noticed among semi-Westernized upper-caste Hindus actually date to the Indian elite’s humiliating encounter with the geopolitical and cultural dominance first of Europe and then of America."

That Pankaj Mishra lacks intellectual integrity is beyond doubt. He attributes "the psychic wounds" to the Indian psyche to "the Indian elite’s humiliating encounter with the geopolitical and cultural dominance first of Europe and then of America."

1. The Indian elites were mainly Muslims who were humiliated by the British who downgraded their status from that of rulers to that of a subject race.

2. The Hindus were humiliated several centuries earlier with the establishment of an Islamic Sultanate that ridiculed everything that was Hindu in nature.

3. What Naipaul had to say on the impact of Islam is illuminating. 

""It (Islam) has had a calamitous effect on converted peoples. To be converted you have to destroy your past, destroy your history. You have to stamp on it, you have to say 'my ancestral culture does not exist, it doesn't matter'."

Of course, Mishra will never use the above quote in any of his essays. Nor will Anwaar copy and paste it so admiringly. Can Anwaar prove the above assertion of Naipaul wrong?  Pakistan is the best example of the kind of impact Islam has had on the Indian psyche.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-52/35
Oct 25, 2014
03:31 PM

I am sure BJP-led NDA government is unlikely to go for a country-wide ban on cow slaughter despite strong demands for it from its MPs and other saffron outfits. It is at once silly and many meat eating Indians will revolt against this .Also banning will simply increase the number of dying or useless animals.There is just a small percentage of non-eaters and even many of the staunch Brahmins have taken to meat to quote Satish Padmanabhan.
By the way,I am interested to know whether Ms.Saba Naqvi (20-10-14)has ever tasted pork.I am sure she would not have,as a strong and devout Muslim. That's the greatness in being a Muslim.They do not get tempted to taste pork or eat non-halal meat.I salute them as a pure Brahmin !

J.S.ACHARYA
hyderabad, India
D-51/3
Oct 25, 2014
03:24 PM

 >>It was this incident which led to the assassination of the Mahatma.

Wow.. Gandhi invited his fate clearly. Except that there were several previous attempts at Gandhi's life, some involving the same Godse - right from the time when there was no Pakistan- Here is a compilation -

storify.com/rsaroja70/truth-of-gandhi-s-murder-dr-r-s-rai

R. Saroja
Bombay, India
D-50/1
Oct 25, 2014
02:35 PM

"With divine help..."

BJP ( in the form of Menaka and Rajni  ) has already reached out, and a tie-up is inevitable.

misogynist, chennai
D-49/138
Oct 25, 2014
02:33 PM


Modi’s Idea of India: By PANKAJ MISHRA

India, V.S. Naipaul declared in 1976, is “a wounded civilization,” whose obvious political and economic dysfunction conceals a deeper intellectual crisis. As evidence, he pointed out some strange symptoms he noticed among upper-caste middle-class Hindus since his first visit to his ancestral country in 1962. These well-born Indians betrayed a craze for “phoren” consumer goods and approval from the West, as well as a self-important paranoia about the “foreign hand.” “Without the foreign chit,” Mr. Naipaul concluded, “Indians can have no confirmation of their own reality.

Mr. Naipaul was also appalled by the prickly vanity of many Hindus who asserted that their holy scriptures already contained the discoveries and inventions of Western science, and that an India revitalized by its ancient wisdom would soon vanquish the decadent West. He was particularly wary of the “apocalyptic Hindu terms” of such 19th-century religious revivalists as Swami Vivekananda, whose exhortation to nation-build through the ethic of the kshatriya (the warrior caste) has made him the central icon of India’s new Hindu nationalist rulers.

Narendra Modi, India’s new prime minister and main ideologue of the Hindu-nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party, is stoking old Hindu rage-and-shame over what he calls more than a thousand years of slavery under Muslim and British rule. Earlier this month, while India and Pakistan were engaging in their heaviest fighting in over a decade, Mr. Modi claimed that the “enemy” was now “screaming.”

Since Mr. Naipaul defined it, the apocalyptic Indian imagination has been enriched by the exploits of Hindu nationalists, such as the destruction in 1992 of the 16th-century Babri Masjid mosque, and the nuclear tests of 1998. Celebrating the tests in speeches in the late 1990s, including one entitled “Ek Aur Mahabharata” (One More Mahabharata), the then head of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (the National Volunteers Association, or R.S.S), the parent outfit of Hindu nationalists, claimed that Hindus, a “heroic, intelligent race,” had so far lacked proper weapons but were sure to prevail in the forthcoming showdown with demonic anti-Hindus, a broad category that includes Americans (who apparently best exemplify the worldwide “rise of inhumanity”).

Mr. Modi doesn’t seem to know that India’s reputation as a “golden bird” flourished during the long centuries when it was allegedly enslaved by Muslims. A range of esteemed scholars — from Sheldon Pollock to Jonardon Ganeri — have demonstrated beyond doubt that this period before British rule witnessed some of the greatest achievements in Indian philosophy, literature, music, painting and architecture. The psychic wounds Mr. Naipaul noticed among semi-Westernized upper-caste Hindus actually date to the Indian elite’s humiliating encounter with the geopolitical and cultural dominance first of Europe and then of America.

www.nytimes.com/2014/10/25/opinion/pankaj-mishra-nirandra-modis-idea-of-india.html
 

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-48/3
Oct 25, 2014
02:25 PM

Modi could have spent the Diwali with some of the 30000 ( muslim ) villagers displaced thanks to his aggression on the border. 

misogynist, chennai
D-47/2
Oct 25, 2014
02:18 PM

''Vinod Mehta should march to the border with his fellow candlelightwallahs and offer sweets(and rum).''    AKASH VERMA, CHENNAI

He should take Rajdeep, Karan Thapar, Burkha Dutt, Arundhati Roy, and few more to give him company. 

 
george, london
D-46/1
Oct 25, 2014
02:15 PM


Lying and smearing are the stocks in trade of the RSS. Its diabolical agenda has only just started.
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-45/12
Oct 25, 2014
02:10 PM

It is also true that Mr.Jethmalani himself is not clean on his conscience. He has defended some notorious crooks in the Indian courts. Honesty is a one way street. 

george
london, United Kingdom
D-44/1
Oct 25, 2014
02:08 PM

See that amazing photograph, forty years old, it could bear the caption : Beware the fury of a patient, poor man. With or without cellphones, democracy is safe in India. Lifting the emergency and calling for elections was the wisest thing Mrs. Gandhi did in her life. Else it would have dragged on for some time and then ended very badly. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-43/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:50 PM

"Parents and relatives who gathered at the hospital refused to accept the body,..."

Nothing will change, as long as only males are killed by the policemen.

misogynist, chennai
D-42/2
Oct 25, 2014
01:48 PM

Many years ago, a friend taught me how to use what was called the T 9 dictionary, which made texting so much simpler and faster. Not the least advantage of using a smartphone is that it helps people of a certain vintage - not nearly as old as VM, but moving in that direction - overcome their fear of technology. Still not good for the 48th function, but much closer and for much longer than the wife. 

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-41/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:48 PM

"Enraged over the incident, local villagers set fire ..."

Nothing will change, as long as only males are attacked by the tiger.

misogynist, chennai
D-40/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:33 PM

Trust our women sisters to give that feminist 'victimhood' slant to something as lifeless as a mobile phone.

misogynist
chennai, India
D-39/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:29 PM

As a Class X english essay on 'Contemporary Use of Cell Phones', Vinod should score 11/10.

Except that, editor Vinod should remember he is not in Class X anymore. A magazine should find something better to write about. 

misogynist
chennai, India
D-38/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:26 PM

It shows a certain 'village' mindset, for the Indian media to celebrate, devoting an entire edition to the ( now mundane ) cell phone - bearing in mind that it has been around for 2 decades, and was not even invented, or initially promoted, here ( Indias only contribution was the 2G scam ).

After a few more years, will Outlook devote another magazine to the internet, perhaps? Dint the matriarchal media find anything more exciting, to write about?

misogynist
chennai, India
D-37/1
Oct 25, 2014
12:46 PM

The deterioration in Health Care, is reflected in crib deaths as well, but this is hyperreported for sympathy TRPs by the media.

misogynist, chennai
D-36/1
Oct 25, 2014
12:44 PM

It needs a matriarchal society to reward a female lawyer, who should actually fight for what is right, and not what is feminist.

misogynist, chennai
D-35/5
Oct 25, 2014
12:41 PM

Right-wing has cornered itself into war mongering, which is dangerous.

misogynist, chennai
D-34/1
Oct 25, 2014
12:38 PM

Selective Hyperreporting by the Antimale Media with the Intent to Negatively stereotype males in General 

( SHAMING )

misogynist, chennai
D-33/9
Oct 25, 2014
12:38 PM

7 D Anwaar

"Both Sonia and Rahul have earned well-deserved retirements."

It was women-worshipping Indians who persisted with Sonia, even though she was just another f**** housewife.

Her only ideology is feminism. She has already made antimale laws, and will now make antimale reservations to Parliament.

misogynist, chennai
D-32/4
Oct 25, 2014
12:36 PM

The NIA should not have made such a statement. Bombs can be used anywhere and definitely within India. 

Even if they bombs were meant for BD, it does not make the crime less reprehensible. If the accused are Indian nationals, the BD government might even accuse India of aiding and abetting cross border terrorism.

D.L.Narayan, Visakhapatnam
D-31/2
Oct 25, 2014
12:17 PM

To suggest that Godse chose the wrong target is falsification of history. The partition of India was not the reason why the Mahatma was assasinated. The man who is responsible for the partition was the intransigent Jinnah and Nehru, who succumbed to the pressure. Gandhiji was totally against it and in order to register his protest, he actually boycotted the Independence day celebrations.

The real reason for Godse's ire lay elsewhere. As per the partition act, the assets of undivided India were to be split 80:20 between India and Pakistan. Pakistan's share was Rs 75 crores, out of which they received an amount of Rs 20 crores. In the meantime, they invaded Kashmir and occupied a third of it. India insisted on Pakistan withdrawing from Kashmir as a precondition for the payment of the remaining Rs 55 crores. There was also the genuine apprehension that this money would be used to purchase arms to commit aggression on India.

In statecraft, pragmatism takes precedence over idealism. Yet, Gandhiji insisted on giving Pakistan its dues unconditionally and went on a fast to pressurise the government into remitting that amount to Pakistan.

It was this incident which led to the assassination of the Mahatma.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-30/1
Oct 25, 2014
10:40 AM

Earlier, KCR said that the Andhrawallahs were stealing water from Telangana and demanded a separate state. Looks like getting a separate state has not solved Telangana's problems.

D.L.Narayan, Visakhapatnam
D-29/28
Oct 25, 2014
10:40 AM

Ramesh (#27),

If a prostitute is not paid for sex after the act it amounts to cheating, like it would be in any other business transaction. It wouldn't be a case of rape.

But when a man and a woman are into a live-in relationship with the genuine intention (on both the sides) of getting married later, sex isn't a quid pro quo for the prospective union. If the man for whatever reason subsequently resiles it would be a civil case of breach of promise, but not of rape.

I agree with you except for your use of the word genuine. Even if the man had no intention of marrying, the offence is not rape - it is cheating or fraud.

A woman offers sex in exchange for money. The man has sex and doesn't pay the woman. That's cheating not rape.

A woman offers sex in exchange for marriage. The man has sex and reneges on the offer of marriage. That's still cheating not rape. Whether the man made up his mind before or after the event should be immaterial but, sad to say, our Hon'ble judges seem to think otherwise.

Bonita, Chennai
D-28/4
Oct 25, 2014
10:33 AM

>> "Crusades were not all bad. Islam attacked Europe and invaded Spain and other countries."

>>>>>> "False! The Crusaders had only one interest, and that was to return Bethlehem, Nazareth and Jerusalem to Christian rule."

Both are true. The Christians wanted control of their holy land and Europe was attacked by Muslim armies which wanted to spread the message of the prophet. In Iberia, Islamic rule lasted as long as it lasted in India, if not more. The crusades, on the other hand, lasted for just two centuries.

In fact, Europe would have been Islamic today but for Charles Martel, who in 732, halted the advance of the Umayyid army at Tours, in Central France. That decisive victory changed the fortunes of Islam in Europe and it remained confined to Spain and Portugal till the Christians ousted them in 1492 after the fall of Granada. As for bloodshed, both the crusaders and the Muslim forces indulged in it with equal enthusiasm.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-27/1
Oct 25, 2014
10:24 AM

It`s beyound one`s apprehension as to what could have been the motive of blog`s writer to let the readers know what he thought about Gandhi`s assessination and it being  the Godse`s wrong target then..

Is the writer going to get anything substantitlal out of it now , at this stage,  even if any one considers his thought to be appropriate and valid. Can the things be reversed or undone after a lapse of so much period of time. 

Moreoever,does he think- Godse to have not given due thought before he went on to do what he did -killing Gandhi on that fateful day.?

P.Gautampurkar,Sawai Madhopur,Rajasthan

Parshuram Gautampurkar
Sawai Madhopur,Rajasthan, India
D-26/8
Oct 25, 2014
09:45 AM

" Both Sonia and Rahul have earned well-deserved retirements."

Politicians don't retire, they reach their level of incompetence as measured by their ability to garner votes.

Rahul reached his level of incompetence the moment he entered politics yet the party persisted with him. That is one of the reasons for its spectacular rout in 2014.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-25/69
Oct 25, 2014
09:33 AM

The lust for virgins in Islam: how can lust inspire morality? http://t.co/Q3VM0YMysA

Mohan
Adiiipur, India
D-24/27
Oct 25, 2014
09:27 AM

Bonita(# 26): "If a man has sex with a prostitute and then fails to pay her, is he guilty of rape. Sex granted in return for marriage is another form of prostitution, only the fee paid is is different."

How I see it is:-

If a prostitute is not paid for sex after the act it amounts to cheating, like it would be in any other business transaction. It wouldn't be a case of rape.

But when a man and a woman are into a live-in relationship with the genuine intention (on both the sides) of getting married later, sex isn't a quid pro quo for the prospective union. If the man for whatever reason subsequently resiles it would be a civil case of breach of promise, but not of rape.

Ramesh Ramachandra, Bangalore
D-23/4
Oct 25, 2014
08:06 AM

>>>Border and territorial sovergnity among nations are in most cases resolved by fighting wars. There is no escape from that.

The rest of Rajnath's speech speaks for itself !

PINAKI S RAY, ADELAIDE

What is your point Mr.P.Ray? You desire that India declare war on China? 
It will be foolhardy to take on China at this juncture.Suggestion of war from an intelligent person that I consider you, is a surprise. Neither we have the economic power nor military might to exert needed pressure on China. Even USA is humbled in recent times. Negotiations is the only way out- a bit of give and a bit of take shall be the mantra. Intransigence will not help. We got to be prudent. Remember, thanks to our earlier foreign policy of left oriented NAM, we have no real friends. The Russian friendship is a sham at the best.Sitting in far off Australia you may like to see action-right or wrong- but let us live peacefully in India, sir.China after all is not a foolish country.

sandilya
Chennai, India
D-22/16
Oct 25, 2014
07:54 AM

Just some trivia.

Italian first names for males ends with O and for females with A. Examples: Mario, Maria,  Flavio, Flavia. Julio, Julia.

Sonia's original name was Antonia. Rahul's was Raul and Priyanka's was Bianca. The names were Indianised for obvious reasons.

Robert Wadhera changed his second name to to the less Indian sounding Vadra. Don't know if his firt name is now Roberto.

What's in a name? Plenty, Mr Shakespeare. At least in India. Way back in 40s, a certain Feroze Ghandy changed his surname to Gandhi. The rest, as the cliche goes, is history.

D.L.Narayan
Visakhapatnam, India
D-21/2
Oct 25, 2014
07:47 AM

Pigvijay Singh is the Sakuni of UPA who engineered the ultimate fall for the dynasty by his foolish communal utterances. 

sandilya
Chennai, India
D-20/15
Oct 25, 2014
07:10 AM

Tomorrow's news today:

Our party has decided to allow a non-Gandhi to head the party - Sonia Antinio Maino

KSJ, Bengaluru
D-19/6
Oct 25, 2014
07:00 AM

It is good that Gadkari did not get the CM post. He does not look like an honest man. There were many accusations against him in the past.

george, london
D-18/26
Oct 25, 2014
06:26 AM

Ramesh (#24),

There is hope yet. The Supreme Court in several recent cases has made the fine distinction between consensual sex with the genuine intention to marry but where the marriage does not take place ultimately, and a deliberate false promise to marry being made with the intention of only satisfying one's lust. The former has been held to be not a case of rape, while the latter as falling within the definition.

I fail to see the difference, Consensual sex - for whatever reason - still involves agreement by both sides. So how is it rape. If a deliberate false promise has been made, it at best  (or worst) amounts to cheating. If a man has sex with a prostitute and then fails to pay her, is he guilty of rape. Sex granted in return for marriage is another form of prostitution, only the fee paid is is different.

Bonita, Chennai
D-17/1
Oct 25, 2014
06:18 AM

"Now Modi takes credit for One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel !Deserves full credit for appropriating Credit of what others have done.

"Decision of One Rank One Pension for Defence Personnel was taken 2 years back by UPA Govt, funds provided in the Budget and he takes Credit! (sic)," Singh said on Twitter.

Pigvijay Singh is talking c**p. As per conservative estimates, full implementation of OROP will cost the exchequer Rs 4500 crores a year. The UPA govt allotted Rs 500 crores and the NDA doubled that figure to Rs 1000 crores which is still only 22% of the required amount. One would have expected Jaitely who holds both the Defence and Finance portfolios to have resolved this issue, but he is still faffing around trying to pull the wool over the eyes of ex-servicemen.

If the govt feels that it cannot afford to spend Rs 4500 crores, it should come out and say so instead of making tall claims (no different from the UPA) that they have implemented OROP. This is a blatant lie and fools nobody who is affected. Ex-servicemen would accept if the govt said it could not increase their pensions, but this "We have implemented OROP" rubbish merely infuriates them.

I really don't understand why Pigvijay has waded in, because it only brings the UPA's lies back into the limelight and deflects attention from the NDA's lies.

Bonita, Chennai
D-16/1
Oct 25, 2014
06:12 AM

May be PM Manmohan Singh offered first rights of India's national resources to not just Muslims of India but also to Pakistan. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-15/3
Oct 25, 2014
06:05 AM

India/central government has spent enormous resources to help flood victims and on top of that the central government if offering this much funds.  I dont remember how much central government offered for the earth quake in Gujarat even though it was NDA government at center. 

P.B. Joshipura, Suffolk, Virginia
D-14/7
Oct 25, 2014
04:32 AM

Misogynistji
Pl accept my greetings first.
Thanks for responding. The link you mentioned
was interesting. 
 

V.N.K.Murti Pattambi
PATTAMBI, India
D-13/65
Oct 25, 2014
02:53 AM

Thought I was old fashioned in my choice of music, but just see the vintage of these songs. Barring one from 2003, the others are, on an average, almost as old as I am. The Hindi film industry needs to introspect. It has stopped creating the sort of great music that will endure. If the reviews of Happy New Year are any guide, the films are becoming forgettable too, memories to be left behind in the multiplex, along with cans of Coke and cartons for popcorn.

ashok lal
mumbai, India
D-12/3
Oct 25, 2014
02:15 AM

The stand that the govt is taking deserves appreciation. All these years, we have only known humiliation at the hands of Chinese army, at least since the Himalayan Blunder from Chacha Nehru.

Nitpicking and disputing the vocabulary is not going to help.
 

Kashyap, New York
D-11/7
Oct 25, 2014
02:11 AM


# 6 Correction

Both Sonia and Rahul have earned well-deserved retirements. Let someone take over who has the fire in the belly.

Anwaar, Dallas
D-10/2
Oct 25, 2014
02:09 AM

And we have a sicko interpretation of Diwali

twitter.com/aruns_nambiar/status/525619048327835648

So, according to this esteemed sicko, the children should pay the price of their parents' mistake. And what is the mistake? Bursting fire crackers. The punishment, burn their kids alive.

What should be the punishment for those, who kill animals on a festival?

Whats InAName
San Francisco, United States
D-9/3
Oct 25, 2014
02:09 AM


>> "Crusades were not all bad. Islam attacked Europe and invaded Spain and other countries."


False! The Crusaders had only one interest, and that was to return Bethlehem, Nazareth and Jerusalem to Christian rule. Their killing was so ferocious that strrets of Jerusalem were like rivers of blood.

""In 1099, after a forty-day siege, the Crusaders took Jerusalem. The killing lasted two whole days, at the end of which most of the Muslim population – men, women and children – had been killed. Jews had fought with Muslims to defend the city, but the entry of the Crusaders created panic. In remembrance of tradition, the Elders instructed the Jewish population to gather in the synagogue and to offer up a collective prayer. The Crusaders surrounded the building, set fire to it and made sure that every single Jew burned to death." - (Tariq Ali, an atheistic Brit)

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-8/6
Oct 25, 2014
01:57 AM


Both Sonia have earned well-deserved retirements. Let someone take over who has the fire in the belly.

 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-7/68
Oct 25, 2014
01:52 AM


DLN,

>> "There will always be "those who misinterpret and those who want to mislead others for self-advantage" like Bin Laden and Al Zawahiri. That is the crux of the problem."

Such period come and go in human history.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
D-6/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:43 AM


Hindu Taliban should report immoral activities to police instead of acting as if they were the "moral police".
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-5/3
Oct 25, 2014
01:39 AM

Bangladesh may now accuse India of being a base for terrorists:-)

Anwaar, Dallas
D-4/1
Oct 25, 2014
01:35 AM

Are there any examples of crack addicts turning to Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism or Zoroastrianism and then going on a shooting spree? If not, why not?

Janwaar Bibi, BibiSarai
D-3/2
Oct 25, 2014
01:34 AM


Borders depend on history, past agreements and hard negotiations. Let us keep honor out of it.
 

Anwaar, Dallas
D-2/2
Oct 25, 2014
01:32 AM

Oh, that's a relief. We should release all the janwaars and let them get on with their work. I am sure Teesta Bibi and Saroja Bibi have already filed a writ of habeas corpus demanding that they be released immediately.

Janwaar Bibi, BibiSarai
D-1/11
Oct 25, 2014
01:28 AM


Jethmalani is right. There is not a dime's worth of difference between the two parties.

Anwaar
Dallas, United States
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