What a shame!

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  1. pavalamani pragasam's Avatar

    pavalamani pragasam said:

    What a shame!

    A Shame

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    Shameful acts happening.
    Please share your views.
    Eager to watch the trends of the world & to nurture in the youth who carry the future world on their shoulders a right sense of values.
     
  2. NOV's Avatar

    NOV said:
    Never argue with a fool or he will drag you down to his level and beat you at it through sheer experience!
     
  3. pavalamani pragasam's Avatar

    pavalamani pragasam said:
    Liquor worth Rs.47 crores sold in government Tasmac wine shops for New Year celebrations!

    குடிமக்களை 'குடி'மக்களாக்கி அதில் வரும் வருமானத்தில் அவர்களுக்கு இலவசங்களை வளங்கும் அவலமான அரசு!
    Eager to watch the trends of the world & to nurture in the youth who carry the future world on their shoulders a right sense of values.
     
  4. RC's Avatar

    RC said:
    Shocked to see the murder of SI veRRivEl... There were so many people around him (include two Honoroble Ministers) witnessing him go through the pain and no one was able to save him. There was media people filiming this too ( and ). The sad part is the now it seems he was murdered by mistake.

    Incidents like this, law college and in Jarkhand make you wonder where India is going...
    kaadhal iLavarasan kalaith thiRanai nI ariyaai!
     
  5. Lambretta's Avatar

    Lambretta said:
    Quote Originally Posted by RC
    Shocked to see the murder of SI veRRivEl... There were so many people around him (include two Honoroble Ministers) witnessing him go through the pain and no one was able to save him. There was media people filiming this too ( and ). The sad part is the now it seems he was murdered by mistake.
    Indeed a sad incident!
    PS: 'had first read the word "honorable" in ur post as "horrible"....which I don't feel is wrong at all!


    Incidents like this, law college and in Jarkhand make you wonder where India is going...
    And to add, the recent Telangana agitation issue too here....!
     
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    pavalamani pragasam said:
    Eager to watch the trends of the world & to nurture in the youth who carry the future world on their shoulders a right sense of values.
     
  7. app_engine said:
    http://www.dinamalar.com/fpnnewsdetail.asp?news_id=6675

    A sobering article on crimes based on love affairs in TN
     
  8. NOV's Avatar

    NOV said:
    http://www.seanpaulkelley.com/?p=620

    shocking, shameful or just plain condescending?
    you decide!
    Never argue with a fool or he will drag you down to his level and beat you at it through sheer experience!
     
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    pavalamani pragasam said:
    Who cares if such a sniggering, indecent, empty-headed, bloated bloke set his foot in India or not! Blah-blah of the most odious kind!!! Such half-baked detractors can never hinder our fast progress to the top global rank IN SPITE OF our mammoth population and problems!
    Eager to watch the trends of the world & to nurture in the youth who carry the future world on their shoulders a right sense of values.
     
  10. app_engine said:
    Quote Originally Posted by NOV
    http://www.seanpaulkelley.com/?p=620

    shocking, shameful or just plain condescending?
    you decide!
    Totally agree with him! Though I haven't travelled as widely as him worldwide, I've travelled enough in India (i.e. till 2003, unless things have suddenly changed enormously better after that), to totally agree with each of his statements. For e.g., I have seen the progressive deterioration of Bangalore in the matter of pollution - month after month during my visits - from 1985 to 2002. Sickening

    Interestingly, he chose to single out Kerala (esp Calicut, the first litter free city in India) as different from rest of India. Very true!

    Funnily, PP madam's reply proves one of his statements - that we Indians don't care - and instead comfortably choose to call him names