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  1. Muloghonto

    Rate K L Rahul. He will become stellar

    Not really. Coz i haven't seen solid defensive technique from him yet.I don't think he'd have survived the 70s without a good defensive technique.
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    India v Australia, 2nd Test, Bangalore

    Bhai, what i mean is, he has been historic under-achiever at overseas, so if he doesnt really cement his spot in the team, one horror series and he might be dropped midway through the next overseas cycle. IIRC, we visit RSA, then England, then Australia in quick succession. If he loses his spot in the team, he may never regain it either- for now, the onus is on the new batsman to fail and he may not fail. This is what i mean, by saying Pujara is not secure in the team long-term, i.e., he may not be in the team in the next 12 months, unless he produces a real gem soon. Whereas, i'd say Kohli is the only batsman (and just by the virtues of batsman) in the team that is in the 'undroppable in the forseeable future' - i.e., even if he puts 2 years averaging 30, he'd be in the team (but by then, under significant pressure).
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    India v Australia, 2nd Test, Bangalore

    Not really. If he bombs/is ordinary in the overseas cycle coming up, he'd probably/should be toast. This kind of 'super-clutch' innings would give him the kind of leeway that the likes of Laxman and above used to enjoy in the old team for running into bad patch.
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    India v Australia, 2nd Test, Bangalore

    By the way, golden opportunity for Pujara to play a gem of an innings and cement his spot on the team. A big score here would be career-defining for him.
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    Rate K L Rahul. He will become stellar

    doesnt matter how wide the ball is, if u play an attacking shot and perish, its always the batsman's fault.
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    Rate K L Rahul. He will become stellar

    No, he will be mediocre.
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    India v Australia, 2nd Test, Bangalore

    We are now effectively at 0/2 275 more to go.
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    Is Kohli the overrated Captain by ICF phastt brigade?

    yeah, he is an overrated captain, because he isn't tactically excellent. Above average, but he has a long, long way to go to be in the same class as Ranatunga, Mark Taylor, Steve Waugh, Hansie Cronje, Stephen Fleming, etc. as 'great captains'. He is an aggressive captain, who always come off better than they are (as opposed to defensive captains, who always come off poorer than they are) but Kohli is a rare Indian captain that knows what to do with fast bowlers, but is below average (by Indian standards) on what to do with spinners. Either way, blaming Kohli the captain is missing the point - Kohli the fielder is a poor catcher close in and that is his weakest suit. This generation of Indian batsmen grew up idolizing ODI glory and as such, we have a very good set of outfielders, who are all about throwing themselves around and saving boundaries. but they have lost the art of close in catching and the conclusion that the current indian team is the worst slip & close-in catching team atleast since the 1960s, if not ever, is pretty inescapable.
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    What target can we defend in 4th innings ?

    Anything under 275, Aussies will be liking their odds.
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    More than half of under-5 kids in India are anaemic

    Or we can start an education campaign to better improve Indian diet, where if they are vegetarian, they eat 3x more variety of veggies than they do, if they are omnivores, they eat 28-30g of meat per day. Seems obvious. Others have solved malnutrition. We can too.
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    More than half of under-5 kids in India are anaemic

    Because the average indian diet, is a very poor diet- even for people from relatively rich backgrounds.
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Acting like one, without being one, is called being officially unrecognized. Which is exactly what Tibet is. Like i said to you earlier, you have some homework to do, as far as international law & protocol is concerned, because you are trying to absolve the Dalai Llama and Tibet of something (official declaration of independence) that every single nation breaking away from its sovereign has been required to do. As usual, you take 3 pages to come to a simple conclusion.
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Nope. Not by my logic. My logic is, it has to be official declaration, in where one has the authority to declare such a thing. No official declaration, no official status. Tibet has no official independent status, never had for well over 200 years. Because there is no official declaration. But nice try with wordplay. Game over!
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Easy. Like this: Too bad, just like Tibet, nobody would take you seriously except fools and illiterates. Act all you like. PS: You cannot officially declare yourself the president of the US anyways. But try with Pakistan, where people of your mentality belong.
  15. The only region of the US, that is truly significantly better than the rest of US, in terms of racism and social acceptance is the North-West. Washington & Oregon are the only places I've found as socially accepting and liberal as the liberal regions of Canada (Ontario/Maritimes/BC).
  16. why would surgeons refuse this surgery ? These procedures are non-life threatening, it poses no risk to his life. So who are you/we to tell someone what to do with their own body ? If tomorrow you wanted a prosthetic tail attached to your butt and pretend you are Hanuman, why would anyone else have any say in the matter ?
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    I didnt take long to realize Tibet acted like an independent state without officially declaring independence. You on the other hand, keep running away form the fact that Tibet hasn't officially declared independence, its declaration does not officially qualify and simply acting like you are independent doesn't make you one. Nehru didnt leverage it, because Nehru wasn't going to pull a Pakistan on China. You are eager to close the debate, because you keep running away from the simple fact that Tibet never officially declared independence, no country officially recognized Tibet as a sovereign nation and this is entirely the DL's fault.
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Acting and being are two different things in international law. Currently, ISIS acts like an independent state. Yet, nobody recognizes ISIS. Tibet has had 50+ years to follow official protocol and officially declare independence. That it hasn't, is totally the fault of Dalai Llama.
  19. Its because Switzerland and Finland have criteria to be gun owners. In Switzerland, you have to produce a psychiatrist evaluation to show you are not insane/extremist and a police clearance indicating you are not a security threat. In Finland, the criterias are even more stringent. Whereas in USA, any Tom, Dick and Harry can buy guns. All because of a constitutional amendment that doesn't apply anymore in real life. The big problem with US white culture, especially in the down south, is that a large chunk of them are, historically speaking, christian extremists who've been kicked out of Europe for being too extreme. Once North America was found, Europeans stopped executing its Christian fanatics and just exiled them. A large chunk of them became US settlers. Just like how Aussies get a rep for being a nation founded by convicts, the US are a nation founded by fanatics- but more so in US's case than Aus's case.
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    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Nope.Not official. Protocol not followed, you ran away from this fact. Irrelevant. Making treaties with another country is not declaration of independence. Tibet is a country. An autonomous country. Nepal having treaties doesnt make Tibet a sovereign country. Only a few exiles. And has no official diplomatic status. Tibet also doesnt have a passport, its a 'variant' of the Indian passport, legally speaking, in the eyes of other nations. As usual, you expose your ignorance. Appeal doesnt make you free or count as a declaration of independence. ..are just a buch of dissidents, nothing more. Keep learning, but the simple fact you run away from, is DT requires declaration and Tibet has not met the criteria. I've dismantled every single attempt of yours to imply Tibet has declared independence - first you said standard declaration doesnt matter, then you said the speech by Dalai Llama is a declaration, then you learnt about DT but now, you are ignoring the fact that Declarative Theory, under the definition of the very term, requires a declaration and if it doesn't, then every single Indian state is already free. You run away from that too. Yep, Tibet was an autonomous province of China, that saw weakness in China and decieded to act like an independent state. When China was pissed off about that and came with troops to 'remind Tibet who is boss', Tibet hoped Nehru would intervene, like it has for hundreds of years (playing off its master against its neighbours when in a pinch by either) but without official declaration of independence, Nehru would be conducting terrorism in another sovereign's territory, so Nehru, wisely, did nothing. I would also like to apologize to the Tibetans here- on behalf of their demigod-king, who failed in his duties, especially the simple duty of officially declaring independence, like every single nation that has broken away form its sovereign has, over the last 100+ years, despite having 50+ years to do so. So no excuse for the DL to not follow official protocol. You also ran away from that above fact. But keep learning some more, as you've shown throughout this thread that you are learning the basic facts of international law. When you come to the part about stringent protocols on declaration of independence, make sure you learn the criterias.
  21. Now you understand, when Indians look at 'West = America = the best place on the planet', us from non-American western countries shake our head in disbelief. To us, if the west is the middle east, USA is Saudi Arabia. Yes, biggest, baddest and richest of them all, but also by far the most barbaric. Last year, Vancouver went into collective apoplexy because for the first time ever, we averaged more than 5 murders/month. Ie, first time ever we crossed 60 murders and thats for the WHOLE greater vancouver region. When i was back in Seattle recently, i told a Seattle-er over a few drinks on how BC is raising taxes to increase police staff & outreach to community coz we crossed 60 murders a year and she shook her head in disbelief, stating that Seattle, one of the 'calmer, progressive' cities in USA, normally crosses into triple digits by July 4th weekend.....
  22. Muloghonto

    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    If Tibet declared, show us the document that Tibet submitted to multiple nations and state which nations. You keep running away from the fact that if just meeting criterias for declarative theory, then all states of India are independent. Declarative theory needs a declaration. Tinted declaration does not count coz they didn't expressed my claim sovereignty or file it with any nation. Pretty simple
  23. Muloghonto

    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Declarative theory doesnt indicate a nation is automatically independent if it meets the criteria. It HAS to declare independence. As the term 'declarative theory' indicates...it requires a declaration. And declaration is not valid, unless it is filed with multiple nations. Tibet didnt follow proper protocols and has not for SIXTY YEARS. No excuse for the DL on this.
  24. Muloghonto

    Tibetan Declaration of Independence

    Screwed up by law. Tibet didnt file independence declaration with multiple nations. Hence not valid. Without proper declaration, India cannot take intiative without being the 'Pakistan' of the region.

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