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Aravind Sesagiri Raamkumar
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Attended Nanyang Technological University
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evolution of the desk... interesting (^.^) What's the next?
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This is just awesome
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I find it fair to classify The Economist as a garbage magazine after reading this article...full of biased opinions meant to deceitfully influence neutral readers...its better  for these "foreign" media houses to refrain from commenting on things outside their country of establishment http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21600106-he-will-probably-become-indias-next-prime-minister-does-not-mean-he-should-be-can-anyone 
WHO does not marvel at the prospect of India going to the polls? Starting on April 7th, illiterate villagers and destitute slum-dwellers will have an equal say...
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Economist is a great magazine dude. I agree with you that the piece about midi was biased and bad.
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WWW is 25 years old...post ur ideas for a better web at webat25.org
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The establishment of grand narrative is possible only with changes to education system. At the same time, public education programs should be shown in TV channels. Basically, there should be more awareness. Each and every state's local culture should be highlighted so that the commonality is shown. Grand narrative will then enforce national pride and patriotism. Ultimately, the grand narrative's underlying theme should be 'Nation first, state second, community third and yourself last'
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The points around Goa CM as a young CM at 10:54 are excellent
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Very interesting mappings between the seven sins
 
What you get when you start combining the Seven Deadly Sins. #FT  
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More than Maths and Science, Children should be definitely taught about Logic in school...India has its very own Nyaya philosophy which can be followed...Hope the next govt makes a move towards inclusion of Logic in school curriculum...here's an article written in the context of Singapore http://www.todayonline.com/commentary/why-we-should-teach-logic-schools?singlepage=true
There is an interesting saying: “Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Bloom, an American educational psychologist, and many others in the educational field have conceptualised the acquisition and retention of knowledge as having many domains or levels of depth. The first domain is remembering. In essence, it refers to retaining facts. Unfortunately, retaining facts without understanding them is of ...
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even though that would be good, I foresee heavy opposition from many sections in the country...the point i was trying to make is that students should be taught how to reason, infer ,make judgments, learn how to debate and learn how to find the truth (right knowledge)...
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His intention seems to be noble but his words indicate that he is speaking based on half knowledge of ancient indian philosophy. Continuous pursuit of spiritual knowledge is required. But he might get grounded if he gets married. His outlook might become materialistic again. Lets see how it goes. Hope he is not using this as an artificial veil to show that he is sophisticated among his peers :)
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+Aravind Sesagiri Raamkumar 27+ bachelor passange kitta kuuda same similarities than irukum :(
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The scene that starts from 1:27:08 gives an excellent exposition on how body is formed from water. It starts from moon to rain to food to semen to new life...amazing the way he explains it
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+duggaraju saiteja me too
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Pappu thinks he is a social studies scholar, talking about system and structures...he must be a post-structural postmodernist :D
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Anybody who understands wrestling as a business, knows why HBK is No.1 
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Yup And Anybody That Understands Wrestling As An Art... His Timing Was Perfect, Energy Was Elusive And His Charisma Was Crazy.
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