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I died a hundred times: Rathore

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british blood in indian veins
by Anish on Sep 22, 2004 12:48 AM

how pathetic is the situation today that people have time to watch a sport that the britishers invented to pass days after days in their colonies..the fact stays... no other sport is played as long as cricket is. its a game for lazy people. and we indians are all the more stupid to think of ourselves as the kings(actually no-where close to kings) of a sport that hardly ten countries in thw world think of being worthy enough to be played. just giving a thought .. have a look at the cat-fight for the australian tour of india. if even 10% of the people stop watching cricket and shown interest in any other sport.. our medal tally (in olympics) wouldnt have been as deplorable as it is right now. THINK INDIA ... THINK!!!

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well done
by prashantgupta on Aug 19, 2004 08:40 PM

i am proud of you and my country.

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by laxmi on Aug 19, 2004 05:39 PM


Dear rathore you made your motherland proud to be on the globe. keep it up!!!!!

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shri rathore's achievements
by poingle on Aug 19, 2004 01:00 PM

hearty congratulations from me and my family to star of india shri rathore.you have brought our india unmatched glory
p o ingle

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Congratulations for Mr. Major Saab !!
by Vikrant on Aug 18, 2004 04:19 PM

Congratulations for Mr. Rajyavardhan Rathore - Major Saab who not only made our country proud but also it is a very proud moment for the Indian Army. It is so special because it is the first individual medal after independence. Keep going Major & hope that others will also follow suit.

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Thought of Wining Silver Medal
by SATISH CHANDRA RATHORE on Aug 18, 2004 09:11 AM

Lots of congratulations to my brother Rathore.We should share this historical moment of wining silver medal with our country. It is a proud of our country to get the entry in ATHENS Olympics.

This is inspration of others not in future but in present also, Our aim should be to win the medal not to just enter the name in the list.

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A.H. Venkatachalam
Well done
by A.H. Venkatachalam on Aug 18, 2004 05:12 AM

Well done, Rathore. I do hope that the authorities concerned and your own army fellows will give the importance due to your words. He has been mild with regard to his comments on Cricket. Cricket does not deserve as much admiration and encouragement as is given by our countrymen. Football and hockey are a much better teamwork. Shooting demands much more focussed attention and the sportsmen in other fields are almost neglected. Nobody knows about our ace car racing driver Karthik Narain and his achievements. He does not get adequate support. Viswanathan Anand does not get as much adulation as Sehwag gets. Our political leaders including the President go by popularity and majority view rather than competitive merit.

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tasting the victory at the birth place of olympics
by Suresh on Aug 18, 2004 12:33 AM

hai rathore!

You have inspired a 100 crore people by your achievement in Athens Olympic 2004. You have also striked the government, and other sponsers to come forward and fund many young talented sports personalities who are yet to be identified contributing to the nation's pride.

Thanks for your achievement.
Jai Hind

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Finally a true winner!
by Vikram on Aug 17, 2004 11:57 PM

Congratulations Rathore! Thank you for saving India from a total debacle. We as Indians are very proud of you, your achievement far exceeds the so called leading atheletes(to be precise our spoilt cricketers) of our nation.
Kudos to you and keep it up!

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