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Why we owe Top Gear an apology

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Sanjay M
by Sanjay M on Jan 23, 2012 09:31 PM

the Norway couple incident is a shame to all Indians. The way Indians breed their babies is Neanderthal! It is high time Indians show some civilised behaviour by stop eating with hand!!

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poonam dil
I apologise to Raja Sen because I think he's a fool
by poonam dil on Jan 23, 2012 04:31 PM

And a fool and his pencil are soon parted.

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Bodh Ramdeo
Top Gear and missed chances
by Bodh Ramdeo on Jan 23, 2012 02:00 AM

Says a lot about a people who're so insecure that they cannot laugh at themselves, nor allow anyone else to poke fun at their foibles.
The problem is that it's no joke..it's all true, and the truth hurts. And that's why people are so worked-up!

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harish krishnamurthy
Why give importance
by harish krishnamurthy on Jan 22, 2012 10:36 PM  | Hide replies

This Top Gear was a very tone down version in India, still, do we not know what we can achieve when we have done so in the past, we need self confidence to know what we are, not the world to tell us what we are. Look at the Israeli's, they were very sober people till their fight for freedom, history tells us how they had to change to survive, let us learn a lesson or two from history.

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Sanjay M
Re: Why give importance
by Sanjay M on Jan 23, 2012 02:01 AM
self confidence does not tell you who you are ..raise your head and look at others and compare..dear

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by target on Jan 22, 2012 10:33 PM

some govt clerk was paid to raise this issue, so bbc could promote top gear or bbc channel ...........simple.

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Sunil Jit
Good one
by Sunil Jit on Jan 22, 2012 07:06 PM

Rightly said, and I will stop there.

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nitin jalit
No apology is needed
by nitin jalit on Jan 22, 2012 06:32 PM

I am sorry to say that Indians government could not digest the funny attitude of Top Gear. Indian govt needs change the glasses. It was a jolly good episode. I am hurt by indian govt making a fuss of it.

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JaiSuresh Puratchiraj
Not for first time viewers
by JaiSuresh Puratchiraj on Jan 22, 2012 11:01 AM

This show is not for first time viewers and I pretty much feel this to be a watered down episode.

I can't see what BBC has done in this show to ask for an apology.

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