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  1. https://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.oneindia.com/amphtml/india/officer-who-broke-back-naxals-killed-veerappan-heads-kashmir-2719822.html&ved=0ahUKEwiD-I-vkOXbAhWFFJQKHQnTAEsQyM8BCNYBMCA&usg=AOvVaw3v_6i-jjRMtN3h4oZ2E_70&ampcf=1 Also, in today's news, NSG commandos will be used in anti terror ops in kashmir.
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    Err...Virat Kohli the panauti.

    He went to support an ISL football team in finals....his team lost there too
  3. For example listen to below from 2:15 for about a minute.... I don't think anyone can match aside from maybe kishor kumar, that too only to an extent.. As per wiki "Kedarnath Bhattacharya, better known as Kumar Sanu (born 20 October 1957), is a leading Indian playback singer of Bengalibackground, popular for rendering his voice in Bollywood movies of the 1990s and early 2000s. " Now @Muloghonto thinks bengalis are great intellectuals. I honestly don't think that's true.Sorry about that, but..... there have been many marvelous singers and music directors from bengal..bengals best gift to the world. With Sanu da being the most marvelous...
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    Centre drops Tamil, 16 other languages from teacher test

    There are some good mature peoples as well amongst haryana, delhi jats. But what to do when big majority are bad? My intent was to write what everybody perhaps already knows - the truth on haryana, delhi jats. If you want to get some respect, try and dissociate from caste...Bye..
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    BJP pulls out of alliance with PDP in Jammu and Kashmir

    Good step. It was making bjp look weak countrywide.
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    Centre drops Tamil, 16 other languages from teacher test

    Na bhai.... Born (a Hindu) n brought up in Delhi...didn't understand how people act or even think in terms of caste till very late in life...wish I could invite you to my office to show my relationship with my jat colleagues...i hate caste system. I hate casteist people (a category which majority of haryanavi /delhi jats belong to) specially if they come from stronger/wealthier/'educated' backgrounds...
  7. The question comes up why is the gap narrow... 1 answer could be the universal popularity of the sport and 2nd reason could also be the nature of the sport itself... For ex. T20 cricket Afghanistan has more chance of beating india than in test cricket.... Football could be like t20?
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    Centre drops Tamil, 16 other languages from teacher test

    Bjp has been there in karnataka ... It is there in its neighborhood goa, Maharashtra... Also, Don't be demeaning to UP.
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    Centre drops Tamil, 16 other languages from teacher test

    There's no such agenda.
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    Swachh Bharat Mission: A remarkable transformation

    which is why I used 'mostly'. And yes, that is the kind of reply I expected from someone like you... Carry on bro...
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    Swachh Bharat Mission: A remarkable transformation

    I love you bro but as an educated person you should be the first to dissociate yourself from caste. For ex. the language a haryanavi Brahmin, baniya, jat or Dalit speaks is the same - Haryanvi... then why do you cling on to the caste? It divides your country. The same question I ask to my jat colleagues at office. Why can't they forget their caste? They can't answer. I, like every other delhiite, see on daily basis in society from jats the bad-tamizi, groupism, casteism, exploitation - the mentality of unfairly grabbing everything for 'their people' n leave nothing for other communities... Don't point to other communities... Jaats are the worst. Mostly Hinduon me hi caste system hai, aur kahin nahi... The question is, do you want to cling on to it and display your mental backwardness or try to be the change.
  12. I know, had thought about it actually, my limited point was on low population countries getting past higher population countries... Perhaps suggesting maybe soccer is a game luck has huge role .. Panama, Costa Rica got past USA Canada .... Iceland Serbia Denmark Croatia got past italy.... But you have rightly pointed out that india china never competes with Denmark Iceland etc. For qualification because of different continents
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    Swachh Bharat Mission: A remarkable transformation

    For 2 reasons I think indians perhaps are low IQ people - 1. Still clinging to Caste. Jaats specially @Jatboy for ex. 2. Use of English. She could have easily said that to him in hindi and etiquette perhaps would have normally flown if she used hindi... But our inferior n pitiable Indian mind tells us to use English (just for posing and we don't even know) .
  14. Also in the WC: uruguay, population - 34 lacs panama, population - 40 lacs croatia, population - 41 lacs costa rica, population - 48 lacs denmark, population - 57 lacs serbia, population -70 lacs
  15. I get it, its a joke post....but there's some overlap...for ex. a >35 male can be overweight as well. But thought provoking. Total population = 3.3 lac. Male = 3.3/2 = 1.65 lac Now, males between 18 and 35 are obviously nearly 1.65/5 = 33,000 So, basically, from these 33,000 they had to choose the squad assuming almost everyone is available for selection. :D Simply Superb. But as big a factor as talent may be, and taking nothing away from the Icelanders....I believe luck in soccer is also huge factor....
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    Swachh Bharat Mission: A remarkable transformation

    Good job by modi. Thanks to people like Akshay kumar also for raising awareness through films etc.
  17. I said luck factor in soccer ... Does luck play a lot more role in soccer than in other team sports? @hydra said they (Australia) were unlucky vs France...maybe China, USA, Italy can say they were unlucky not to qualify..
  18. Don't flatter yourself too much ....1. With that many sports facilities per capita... Playgrounds, good weather etc. Any country would do well 2. We are actually better than you at wrestling, boxing. 3. In any Olympics, cwg event, about 1/3rd medals are swimming (which is why 1 person wins 7 golds in swimming in single Olympics and making medals tally look swollen) and other water events' related and we suck at it...
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    Ramzan Ceasefire

    Casteism doosre thread me dikhaya.... Aur Regionalist hate aur assumptions yahan dikha di... Maybe that also stems from your deeply ingrained caste-ism kyoki all other castes united against jats' irrational and violent behavior to give haryana a non jat CM coincidently from bjp... And hence the Regionalist hate/mocking for modi .. Unsolicited advice for you... View yourself as just indian, haryanavi/delhiete/whatever, hindu, vegetarian etc. forget your caste, forget tht you are a jat.. Your identity should be indian/haryanavi/hindu.... The same advice I give to my jat colleagues here at my workplace...
  20. China super league is popular, has billion plus viewership from 2015 https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/digitalsport.co/football-comes-out-on-top-in-chinese-broadcast-report/amp While flipping channels, I remember seeing full stadiums for this league's matches, atmosphere like European leagues
  21. does it also mean that luck in football is way bigger factor than in cricket, rugby, baseball, basketball etc.? BTW Italy also didn't qualify this time around.
  22. Right.. Great song .. I said Udit narayan was fantastic.. I mean it... He was really good... In females I feel Anuradha poudwal and sadhna sargam were very good but underrated. I prefer these two over Alka yagnik n Kavita krishnamurty... Then Sunidhi Chauhan and Shreya ghoshal were fantastic.. Richa Sharma, fantastic again... These days many great female singers coming up.. Like pakal muchal
  23. All great but none better than Sanu da in his genre of melodious romantic songs imo.....Udit Narayan also fantastic... One fantastic singer you missed I guess is talat mehmood... I don't rate Nusrat and Hariharan that high btw. Edit:I greatly admire bhajan singer Anoop jalota.

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