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    Tibarn got a reaction from zen in Using Bharat over India   
    Kala angrez is talking about others having missionary masters and accusing others of spreading BS with no evidence 
     
    It's about time for him to plagiarize Wikipedia again. 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from zen in Using Bharat over India   
    Uncle ji is triggered 
    Uncle why don't you give a source to back up the claim that one can't plagiarize an encyclopedia. Hint hint: you won't find one. 
    http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k70847&pageid=icb.page342054
    Don't worry, you can always say, "Harvard University is a Hindutva conspiracy/ RSS shaka"
     
    Source for the bold Uncle.
     
    Lol Uncle thinks middle eastern fairy tales like humans being blank slates is "scientific" and accuses others of being influenced by missionaries. Uncle I'm still waiting for that evidence you promised everyone that states blank-slate has scientific backing. 
     
    Pakistani Conspiracy!!! 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Rightarmfast in We have a legacy like the West Indies did the in Eighties and Australia did in the turn of the century - Ravi Shastri   
    Ravi bhai putting that astronomical salary to good use: he's even giving interviews under the influence now. 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Real McCoy in Yuzvendra Chahal is a certified mental midget bear !!!   
    Chahal vs @velu



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    Tibarn got a reaction from raki05 in By 2050, India will have world’s largest Muslim population   
    We need to deport those who are against CAB, that will help to bring the overall country's population under control and will raise the overall quality of the population as well 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from velu in Yuzvendra Chahal is a certified mental midget bear !!!   
    Chahal vs @velu



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    Tibarn got a reaction from Turning_track in Massive protests in JNU over fees hike   
    Good call. 
     
    Shinzo Abe did the same thing in Japan, what a champ 
    https://time.com/4035819/japan-university-liberal-arts-humanities-social-sciences-cuts/
     

     
    I agree, mostly engineers, doctors, and techies get poached, but even people with pure science degrees like Biology or Chemistry aren't poached!
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    Tibarn got a reaction from vayuu1 in Bharat Ratna for Tukaram Omble   
    I agree, besides, he deserves it more than 90% of those that have received it. 
     
    Imagine the Goebbelsian propaganda party the nakli "liberals" and "independent", "neutral" media would've had if Omble didn't capture Kasab alive.
     
    The 26/11 padosis were wearing kalava on their wrists to show they were Hindu. For India's low IQ media, that would've been enough to propagate "Hindu terror".    
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    Tibarn got a reaction from beetle in Manju bullying harsha....as usual being a D**k   
    I do not like either, but SanjuManju is a complete tool, so let's get rid of him first.
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    Tibarn got a reaction from saik in Manju bullying harsha....as usual being a D**k   
    I do not like either, but SanjuManju is a complete tool, so let's get rid of him first.
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    Tibarn got a reaction from sergio04 in Next PM of India   
    Who said there is going to be a PM after Modi?
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    Tibarn got a reaction from coffee_rules in Next PM of India   
    Who said there is going to be a PM after Modi?
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    Tibarn got a reaction from FischerTal in Next PM of India   
    Who said there is going to be a PM after Modi?
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    Tibarn got a reaction from sergio04 in Indian-American economist Abhijit Banerjee among 3 awarded Nobel Prize in Economics for 'Approach to Alleviate Poverty'   
    Here is what I was talking about, I remembered incorrectly, it wasn't unemployment which would increase, but the share of people below the poverty line, from 11.5 to 14.3 percent.
    https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/economics/basic-income-or-a-single-tapering-rule-incentives-inclusiveness-and-affordability-compared-for-the-case-of-finland_d8c0fbc4-en
     
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    Tibarn got a reaction from sergio04 in Indian-American economist Abhijit Banerjee among 3 awarded Nobel Prize in Economics for 'Approach to Alleviate Poverty'   
    If the US implemented the plan that is proposed by one of their presidential candidates  it would add between 2-3 trillion USD to their budget. It would basically increase the burden on the government exchequer to absurd levels. Some conservatives and libertarians support universal basic income, if the government was to completely eliminate most/all of the other subsidies/programs the American government gives to people, but that would only work in an idealized world. I am not sure there has ever been a democratic country which went through that level of austerity without the implementing government losing the subsequent election. 
     
    Finland tried this program as a pilot project with several thousand of its unemployed workers, but when they analyzed the results, they apparently predicted that if they implemented UBI on a country wide level, it would increase unemployment. 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from coffee_rules in BHU students stage protest against appointment of Muslim professor In Sanskrit faculty   
    ICF never fails to disappoint. People ignorant of and/or too lazy to actually look into an issue are never hesitant to give gyaan.  
    If anyone actually wants to understand the issue, then one should actually read about it, including straight from the students mouths, instead of bleeding out their own eyes with their misplaced fury:
    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/how-the-bhu-students-were-demonised-and-the-ones-who-refused-to-be-secularised-unfairly-called-bigots/
    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/bhu-students-protest-firoz-khan-muslim-professor-sanskrit/
    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/bhu-protests-students-of-svdv-submit-their-demand-to-the-pmo-want-firoz-khans-appointment-rescinded/
    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/bhu-dharma-vigyan-svdv-dr-firoz-khan-ayurveda-department-interview/
    https://www.opindia.com/2019/11/bhu-svdv-faculty-student-protests-firoze-khan-hinduism-dharmic-muslims-appointment-interview/
    https://swarajyamag.com/ideas/ground-report-khan-welcome-as-a-teacher-but-not-our-dharma-guru-what-bhu-protest-is-about-and-what-it-is-not
    https://twitter.com/TIinExile/status/1197545232931274752?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed|twterm^1197545232931274752&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fs9e.github.io%2Fiframe%2Ftwitter.min.html%231197545232931274752
     
    If too lazy to read, then watch the videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZDIfvQXDzI&feature=emb_logo
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VoCa9hMP-do&feature=emb_logo
    https://youtu.be/9VQ7ap15ow4
     
     
    I expected a certain assortment of clowns to post in this thread, such is their nature, but I am more disappointed that some more sensible people took the bait.   
     
     
    Don't @ me 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Muloghonto in Indian-American economist Abhijit Banerjee among 3 awarded Nobel Prize in Economics for 'Approach to Alleviate Poverty'   
    If the US implemented the plan that is proposed by one of their presidential candidates  it would add between 2-3 trillion USD to their budget. It would basically increase the burden on the government exchequer to absurd levels. Some conservatives and libertarians support universal basic income, if the government was to completely eliminate most/all of the other subsidies/programs the American government gives to people, but that would only work in an idealized world. I am not sure there has ever been a democratic country which went through that level of austerity without the implementing government losing the subsequent election. 
     
    Finland tried this program as a pilot project with several thousand of its unemployed workers, but when they analyzed the results, they apparently predicted that if they implemented UBI on a country wide level, it would increase unemployment. 
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Muloghonto in Indian-American economist Abhijit Banerjee among 3 awarded Nobel Prize in Economics for 'Approach to Alleviate Poverty'   
    Here is what I was talking about, I remembered incorrectly, it wasn't unemployment which would increase, but the share of people below the poverty line, from 11.5 to 14.3 percent.
    https://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/economics/basic-income-or-a-single-tapering-rule-incentives-inclusiveness-and-affordability-compared-for-the-case-of-finland_d8c0fbc4-en
     
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Gollum in Massive protests in JNU over fees hike   
    Good call. 
     
    Shinzo Abe did the same thing in Japan, what a champ 
    https://time.com/4035819/japan-university-liberal-arts-humanities-social-sciences-cuts/
     

     
    I agree, mostly engineers, doctors, and techies get poached, but even people with pure science degrees like Biology or Chemistry aren't poached!
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Laaloo in Next PM of India   
    Who said there is going to be a PM after Modi?
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    Tibarn got a reaction from Gollum in Next PM of India   
    Who said there is going to be a PM after Modi?
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    Tibarn got a reaction from express bowling in Manju bullying harsha....as usual being a D**k   
    I do not like either, but SanjuManju is a complete tool, so let's get rid of him first.
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    Tibarn reacted to Moochad in Massive protests in JNU over fees hike   
    Rain drops can make an ocean...  
     
    The target of my post was intended to be arts, fields like Journalism and Sociology and what falls under that umbrella. These are entirely political fields which provide no relevance other than producing political activists and goons. These types of colleges should be completely private and should be payed for by private funds of their students. No government subsidies for the institutes or students. 
     
    I don't mind fields like Psychology, Economics, Law getting some funding, they at least can provide some value, to the economy and body of knowledge.
     
    Although I've never heard that India needs more lawyers...
    They rightfully should get bulk of government funding. This bulk of funding should be extended to Science, other Tech, and Medical institutes as well. These are the drivers of the economy and innovation. 
     
    The problem of talent going overseas is the fault of the government, including Nehru's, where we have a country with a shackled economy for decades, we still can't get out of this mess he created.
     
    The only reason arts students don't go overseas is because they have no actual value to foreign countries to poach them in the first place. Who really needs to import someone from India to study and espouse Marxist theories in London or New York?
     
    We have to improve India before blaming these engineers and doctors for moving to greener pastures. We can also charge them whatever fees we subsidize for their education before they can be allowed to immigrate to other countries. 
     
    Agree, but that is a false choice...
     
    We can cut funding from needless money to such programs and at the same time invest in early education. 
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