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Is India politically correct?

Asked by G.M.Shariff, 21 Aug '07 04:15 pm
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Indian politics is based on democracy. According to the knowledge of the people politics is done here. It is only a developing country. India will develop further in spite of hurdles on its way as time passes on whether India is politically correct or not!
Answered by T A RAMESH, 21 Aug '07 07:11 pm

 
  
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Politics has no grammar
Answered by brojen dey, 21 Aug '07 06:40 pm

 
  
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Does the name shariff means you are a shareef? similarly how can you define a politically correct country, in world can you name a politically correct country, then we can compare it and tell you whether india is politiacally correct.
Answered by P.SURESH, 21 Aug '07 04:19 pm

 
  
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Will Present UPA government succumb to Left pressure and avoid operationalise Nuclear deal with USA? Or UPA government will operationalise Nuclear Deal as per agreement and prefer fresh election ad fresh mandate from the voters? Is it desirable to tarnish the image of our country by retreating from nuclear deal which has reached the final stage after two years relentless involvement and time ti time modification? Is it possible now to backtrack from Nuclear Deal? What repercussions do we expect from USA if at all we decide to backtrack from Nuclear Deal? Is it possible that USA will avoid India and join hands with Pakistan on Nuclear Deal on the same lines which Pakistan is also eager to? If Pakistan agrees to sign on Nuclear Deal with USA which India plans to discard, what will the position of India in International forums? Will India repent more painfully when Pakistan accepts the same terms of Nuclear Deal ad gets an opportunity to legalize their Nuclear pro ...more
Answered by Danendra Jain, 21 Aug '07 04:18 pm

 
  
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