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Only patriots should be in Govt position
by correct on Jan 29, 2012 01:32 PM

Only patriotic people should be in Govt position. They should have passed IAS they should have a vision for nation or constituency they should know law. Just because a bunch of people voted for them or they rigged the election does not get a right person to power and if he corrupt then you can expect him to be worse than gadaffi or stalin. Do you know that there are so many unemployed in India, so much poverty in India, so many exploited in India, I bet many politicians do not even know about this all they know is how can we rig and win elections and make money and put some swiss bank and escape from country first british exploited and atleast gave railways and english education now these crooks are exploting and not giving anything back they have to driven out to thihar jail in andamans.

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What a national waste ?
by THANGAVELU on Jan 29, 2012 01:15 PM  | Hide replies

IIMs charging Rs 10 Lacs for MBA Courses?
What is the yardstick ?
All these outputs are joining with Big Private
Corporates Within India or Abroad.
Some of them are following their own will, but
at the cost other propective ones.
Everyone has their own explanations on eithics.
Where all we heading to ?
What is the parameter to judge these IIMs are
contributing to the national development?

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Re: What a national waste ?
by correct on Jan 29, 2012 01:27 PM
Thangavely IIM's are not meant for national development who sais they are obligated for national development how can you develop a ntion with innivative ideas when creeps outnumber the inovative ones to develop nation first you should have strict rules and guidelines and then once stabilized can develope here there is none of such things in this nation all politicians are non pratriotic some people like you are patriotic so it doe snot help first politicinas should be ptriotic and have a vision for nation they only have plans to eat money and think of big posts and comfortable living for their children they do not have anything called nation or India on their mind. A patriotic person would not like to see the nation this way only narrow minded people will be ok with this kind of environment in the country.

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Anushka Gupta
Dirty Game by all politicians jointly to ban Social Media ?
by Anushka Gupta on Jan 28, 2012 05:18 PM  | Hide replies

The most hot debated topic now a days is to why Govt people may not be themselves pasting dirty images on Social Networking Sites to get reasons to ban it ?
Has any turbulance taken in India without the involvement of Politicians ?
When Babri Masjid verdict came , no violance took place as there was consensus on all parties not to play Religion Card ?
No stone was pelted during peaceful Anna Agitation despite such a large procession across India ?
This all suggests that behind all religious conflict , it is all politically coordinate and orchestrated agenda.
People are vociferously saying that all dirty pictures to envoke public sentiments are inserted by none other than people of political colour. In spite of that no one is ready to fight as everyone wants peace.
Politicians have realised that they can not play dirty game of religious fight so they are trying to ban Social Media under fake reasons and arbitrage.

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finally Indian Onion
by Kiran on Jan 28, 2012 12:32 PM

onions have brought down many govs, but "The Onion" was still awaited. good job that Indian Onion is here!

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Who Cares
old wine in new bottle
by Who Cares on Jan 28, 2012 12:23 PM

These kinda journalism was part of CHO's Thiglak magazine for many years ( may be 27 years old) Four pages have been dedicated to this kinda news written by Satya. It was called "One and half page daily" and we have laughed till our abdomen pains.... Any way this IIM - A student is doing in digital ways. Kudos to him..

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sirisha k
waste of money?
by sirisha k on Jan 28, 2012 07:55 AM  | Hide replies

Government is spending so much money in these elite institutes. In return people are getting useless graduates like these. Let these graduates think about improving the lives of people by starting new manufacturing industries. They can put their brain in some meaning things for improving profitability of many sick industries like fertilizers etc.

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soubhik mukherjee
Re: waste of money?
by soubhik mukherjee on Jan 28, 2012 10:05 AM
It is easy to pontificate sitting on your backsides, why don't you get down from your high horse and start doing something about the issues you just stated. You can't because you're just another jealous illiterate idiot

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hanumanth naik
Re: waste of money?
by hanumanth naik on Jan 29, 2012 04:37 AM
You need some psycitric counselling. You need to think out of the box to appreciate innovation.

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Unmai Vilambi
What a waste?
by Unmai Vilambi on Jan 28, 2012 05:57 AM  | Hide replies

Why do these guys have to waste 2 years of their lives and slugging it out at IIMs and IITs, wasting crores of tax payer money, when all the ventures they come up with are mere duplication of western ideas?

In my opinion IITs and IIMs are huge wastes of people's money. As Dr.Amartya Sen said, it is better to educate grass root level people, so that we can atleast compete with China in the manufacturing sector.

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Sreejith Unnikrishnan
Re: What a waste?
by Sreejith Unnikrishnan on Jan 28, 2012 12:43 PM
FYI, IIMs are self funded. Students pay 13-15 lakhs as fees. Tax payers money aren't being "wasted". Go start something of your own rather than criticising people who had the guts to start their own ventures and do what they really wanted to do.

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Manish Kumar
by Manish Kumar on Jan 28, 2012 01:15 AM  | Hide replies

haha.. he says IIMA degree didn't exactly help him with his website :D but good job!

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Re: Honest
by Sandeep on Jan 28, 2012 01:31 AM
mba degrees don't help anyone. i think he can write well because he was a journalist

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