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BEWARE: These Indian cities DON'T love lovers!

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See the one stands next to you
by Balaji on Feb 07, 2012 03:47 PM  | Hide replies

The boy selling the roses has no rose in his life. The lovers who are at the tender age should realize how difficult the life is for others.

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Re: See the one stands next to you
by SaiBaba on Feb 07, 2012 04:51 PM
Too sentimental.....

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hello xyz
Re: Re: See the one stands next to you
by hello xyz on Feb 07, 2012 05:35 PM
yes sai

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arjun singh rathore
fake article and fake outrage
by arjun singh rathore on Feb 07, 2012 03:45 PM

I guess kashmir is more open minded and loves valentines day. This article comes from one who sees our culture and diversity as inferior to western one. But that is not my problem, you have shrinks for self esteem issues. Valentines day is not an Indian holiday or festival but a marketing gimmick to sell more cards and chocolates. Get a grip rediff and grow up.

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Surya Singh
vaalentine day
by Surya Singh on Feb 07, 2012 03:42 PM  | Hide replies

We should maintain our indian culture and not show vulgarity in the public places. The persons may be boy or girl, should be punished.

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Sanjiv Acharya
Re: vaalentine day
by Sanjiv Acharya on Feb 07, 2012 05:42 PM
Indian culture is not Taliban. Holding hands and kissing are expression of love and not vulgar. Nobody is having se7 in public. Falling in love is much better option than being a frustrated youth from the middle east and blowing yourself up in the name of religion. We used to see couples on the beaches in Mumbai when we were 5-6 years and I clearly remember never think much of it as all we were interested in playing. It's the elders who have problems in se7ually oppressed society such as India.

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Veen Varadarajan
Re: Re: vaalentine day
by Veen Varadarajan on Feb 07, 2012 05:54 PM
Public display is not love! See comment below. Its all about boys scoring. How many have ended MMS scandals and spoiling innocent girls' lives? Aping west has become a fashion as Indians feel inferior for the next century :)

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markand desai
Vugarity is not love.
by markand desai on Feb 07, 2012 03:30 PM


ITS a feshion to call shots at social rules and be called modern!!

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by soham on Feb 07, 2012 03:23 PM

this is the indian eye

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