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  1. Why Should Hindi be/not be national language of India?

    "If you don't like it, leave!" Its funny how secularists now have to copy sanghis to make a point. Noticeable in Congress party politics as well, with their new-found discovery of hindu identity. Besides, i'm not a musalmaan, so Bangladesh is far from my idea of a 'utopia'. Nice country though.
  2. Why Should Hindi be/not be national language of India?

    India is a shithole for 2 reasons and 2 reasons ONLY: 1. We aren't a homogeneous population. 2. We don't speak the same language. Until this changes, india will forever remain a third world basket-case. We never had a cultural revolution (like china). Luckily, there is ONE organization in this country that actually BELIEVES in the idea of the indian nation state - and they're currently overseeing the current government: the RSS. If it was upto me, i'd hand the entire country over to them.
  3. Why Should Hindi be/not be national language of India?

    Lol, europe is a continent of fully autonomous, sovereign states. India is a country. Big difference. If you believe that india is a nation, you'll support a single language. And it doesn't have to be hindi. I don't give a ****. Make it tamil. I have no problem with the entire country speaking tamil. I'll take lessons tomorrow if the government takes this step. My post was only half serious, but yours seems 100% serious, which is worrying. Thankfully, its seems to be a minority view. 20 years ago it would have been a different story.
  4. ??? You're comparing fitness levels between players in two completely different sports. Kaisa chxthya argument hai yaar. SoJao, Bhai Saab, aapki bas ki baat nahin hai yeh.
  5. Who gives a ****, this has nothing to do with cricket
  6. 27.4: Kohli talking to Vijay...did anyone else hear this?

    Autograf dilwaade
  7. A message to the 'haters' of Virat

    lol wtf I just love Indian cricket fans and their knee jerk reactions. *ing hilarious.
  8. India will probably be happy to get within 25-30 of that SA total. Makes the game even, almost. Good conditions for Ashwin in this 2nd innings.
  9. 27.4: Kohli talking to Vijay...did anyone else hear this?

    Yesterday: "If we bat 'til the evening, they'll **** themselves." Today: "It's really hot today. Let's play 'til noon, we'll tire them out..."
  10. He is overrated. He is only doing it to boost his brand value. He's also giving too many gaalis, its shameful to watch. What will the children sitting at home think about this? He is setting a terrible example. He should be sacked from the captaincy after he gets out.
  11. 27.4: Kohli talking to Vijay...did anyone else hear this?

    Anyone hear him again? "Bahut garmi hai aaj.....dopeher tak khelenge, bahut daudaainge...". lol
  12. Why Should Hindi be/not be national language of India?

    Hindi should be the matra bhasha. I know south indians aren't happy about this, but lets be honest - their languages are mostly irrelevant and dying out. Tamil can be an official language, since its spoken in many parts of the world. Tamil autonomy should be respected, as its a very old language. But these others states, Karnatigga, Kairala, Hyderabad, these states have no reason to speak some irrelevant language. They should be integrated into the hindi speaking population. This doesn't need to be imposed; the people themselves will recognise the socio-economic benefits of hindi literacy, and they'll gravitate towards it on their own. Hindi is already mainstream in most other states anyway, and the language is flexible enough to incorporate different dialects. For example, in mumbai, 'Apun ko khujli lagi, vaseline lagaye' is a marathi influenced dialect of hindi, whereas in Delhi, one would say, 'Bchod, khujli lag rahi 'ai, vaseline laiyyo zara'. Both are correct and understandable to their respective parties. Im sure the southies will work out their own version of hindi, and it will further accelerate their progress and integration into mainstream india.
  13. 27.4: Kohli talking to Vijay...did anyone else hear this?

    Yeah, i forgot he went to modern school, barakhamba road. My fault. You can take him out of that list.
  14. 27.4: Kohli talking to Vijay...did anyone else hear this?

    Bihari = northie. I already mentioned Mumbaikars. Do you really associate saying 'behncohd' as profanity? Or saying 'unki g'aand phat jayegi? What's the difference between saying that and saying, 'woh bade dabav mein padenge'? I understand people have different values and behaviour, but this criticism of kohli, as 'jaahil', is unfair. The way he conducts himself is perfectly normal in dilli and north india.

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