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The RBI will survive without Raghuram Rajan. But just because a building exists, doesn't mean it is being run well!
 
The classic Indian mantra of "No one is indispensable" reveals an ignorance about how valuable and rare good people are. They are RARE to find, and unless organizations and companies struggle to retain top talent, they will only achieve mediocre performance. Can the RBI survive without Raghuram Rajan? Of course it will! The building will remain. The organization will still exist. But it won't be as EFFECTIVE.
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Fluency in a language requires immersion. You can't learn Sanskrit sitting in classroom if no one around you speaks it. You need constant exposure and hundreds upon hundreds of hours of listening time. Sanskrit is a dead language for a reason. You cannot just revive it for over a billion people out of thin air, no matter how badly you want to wax nostalgic over some imaginary glorious past.
 
Does Smriti Irani have any idea how difficult it is to learn a new language? Even with modern tools, videos and immersion, fluency is a challenging task. It requires motivation and persistence. And she thinks forcing students to learn it in a classroom by teachers who are themselves not fluent is going to work? Is she high?
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Instead of dismissing racist comments, or ignoring people who say something that outrages you, you HAVE to engage them. If you act condescending and think of them as "rabble", you only push them to become more defiant, suspect your motives, and label you an "elitist snob".
 
Instead of dismissing racist comments, or ignoring people who say something that outrages you, you HAVE to engage them. If you act condescending and think of them as "rabble", you only push them to become more defiant, suspect your motives, and label you an "elitist snob".
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If you are truly patriotic, you will never use violence against mere words. The TRUE "anti-nationals" are those using and cheering on violence against JNU students who are non-violent. India will not be destroyed by words. But if you disregard its core principles like due process, non-violence, and free speech, you will be her murderer.
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+Praveen Kulkarni Awesome! Should share this quote specially...
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You claim to respect your country. Then follow the LAWS. And the LAW does not require you to stand for the National Anthem in a theater. I show my respect by sitting peacefully and quietly munching my popcorn. And that is none of your damn business.
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+abhinav sabharwal​ The only reason I stand up at a game in America is because I don't want to get mobbed by a horde of jingoistic, sports mad, 200 lb Americans. So it's not me being polite but rather scared. Is that how 'patriotic' people command politeness from everyone?
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Tomorrow I conduct an experiment. I will plan out my day exactly and follow it and evaluate my satisfaction at the end. Here's my itinerary:
08:00 Wake up. Browse Internet, loo etc
09:30 Go to Dunkin Donuts for Breakfast
11:00 Leave Dunkin Donuts
11:30 Reach home. Play the piano
12:00 Clean the kitchen, iron my t-shirt, look into the washing machine
12:30 Play Candy Crush
01:00 Watch "Watchmen" in French
03:00 Go to Walmart
05:00 Leave Walmart
05:30 Reach home. Play with yoyo
06:00 Read a comic book
06:45 Order and pick up Biryani/Pepsi
07:30 Watch "The Wire"
09:30 Play Candy Crush
10:00 Go to bed with a book
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It's not a bad thing to be lazy. Convenience loving Americans represent the highest ideals of humanity - to refuse to adapt to the world and make the world adapt to YOU instead.
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There is one like this at Vancouver International Airport...
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Spoof!

This is what fake patriotism looks like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21huiW5-pS0
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THIS is what freedom means. Quote from the movie :The American President by Aaron Sorkin:

America isn't easy. America is advanced citizenship. You've gotta want it bad, 'cause it's gonna put up a fight. It's gonna say, "You want free speech? Let's see you acknowledge a man whose words make your blood boil, who's standing center stage and advocating at the top of his lungs that which you would spend a lifetime opposing at the top of yours." You want to claim this land as the land of the free? Then the symbol of your country cannot just be a flag. The symbol also has to be one of its citizens exercising his right to burn that flag in protest. Now show me that, defend that, celebrate that in your classrooms.
Then you can stand up and sing about the land of the free.

Thanks +Praveen Kulkarni for pointing it out!
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This is what my fridge looks like now. After 33 years of struggling to cook, clean, and eat, I've finally found the solution to the inconvenience of hunger! Now when I go out to eat, it's because I WANT to enjoy a social experience. It's not because my stomach is making demands of me.
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Totally understand about the hassle of cooking and cleaning but I love food too much! sigh Idea for soylent biryani anyone?
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In the scene in Pulp Fiction where Marsellus gets raped, I would have felt a lot worse if it was a woman. When it comes to male rape, for me the physical pain and loss of control is a lot more important than the sexual aspect. When a woman is raped however, the feeling is totally different. There, the sexual aspect is the most important. Why do I have these double standards?
 
In the scene in Pulp Fiction where Marsellus gets raped, I would have felt a lot worse if it was a woman. When it comes to male rape, for me the physical pain and loss of control is a lot more important than the sexual aspect. When a woman is raped however, the feeling is totally different. There, the sexual aspect is the most important. Why do I have these double standards?
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Searching for readymade or out-of-the-box breakfast ideas isn't easy. People simply don't understand these words anymore. Instead when I search the web, I get complicated recipes involving heating, chopping, dishes, multiple ingredients. Aaagh! Does no one just pick and eat stuff??


Even this stock picture of breakfast cereal contains a damn chopped strawberry. What the hell!
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Let us know how it goes! I love food (cooking and eating) too much to give it up but it would be nice to be able to skip the occasional meal and not have to eat unhealthy fast food. 
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  • PSBB Chennai
    1999
  • St. Stephen's College, Delhi
    Computers, 1999 - 2001
  • ICFAI
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I'm a freelance writer currently living in Florida, US. Graduated from St. Stephen's in Delhi and then did my MBA from ICFAI.

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They told me they stopped serving south Indian food. What's the point of being an Indian restaurant if you don't serve the basics? (Dosa, Idli etc)
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
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Pretty girls, great dances, complete nudity...what's not to like?
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Free veterinary service. Excellent facilities as well. Be sure to give them a donation if you get an animal treated!
Public - 4 years ago
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Great place for cheap food. Caters to lots of college students from Loyola.
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