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According to you living in which Indian city will make everyone feel at home regardless of whether they hail from north or south or west or east of India. Why so?

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Asked by Good Citizen, 23 Jan '12 11:47 am
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I think it can be Bangalore. The Kannadigas are mostly not corrupted by linguistic chauvanism of the Northerners, sons of the soil ideology and regional chauvanism of the Maharshtrians (Bal Thakery syndrome), over dose of politics and declaring hartals at the drop of a hat attitude of the keralites, the defiant attitude of Tamilians to resist seamless merging and integration with the local customs and so on.
Answered by thampy chacko, 23 Jan '12 01:35 pm

 
  
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Hi,I feel, All metro cities will make everyone feel a home. They are places where people from every state hail.Delhi ,aunion eritory has less complications .Mumbai and Calcutta and Bangalore are also nice , inspite Mumbai has its political problems. Cochin is also a city where frrom yrs not only Indians but also different nationalities have come and setteled .I am not very happy with ciies in TN , as they are against of using Hindi ,our National language. Even boards can be found wriitten in Tamil language ,only...Also, Less usage of English seen there. .But it is true ,in which ever city we stay we need to have consideraion and respect for their respective culture and traditions......!
Answered by Rachana, 24 Jan '12 08:46 am

 
  
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I think it is Delhi first and Chennai next.

Every other Metropolitan cities have some problem or the other about migrant population.

In Delhi's case, probably because it was a Union Territory for long under the direct rule of the Centre, where the Government would not have had any "sons of Soil" policy kind of issues. It was open to anyone.

Chennai, has historically accommodated people from North - especially from Rajasthan [money lenders] who have settled in very interior parts of the state. They never minded about people moving to Chennai - whatever be their origin.
Answered by S. Ramesh, 23 Jan '12 08:53 pm

 
  
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Pune.
Answered by GAUTAM MOOKERJEE, 23 Jan '12 12:05 pm

 
  
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I feel it's in any city of Gujarat where one can feel at home except for those who want to be bit high in the evening .... hope you understand their highness :))
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 23 Jan '12 11:52 am

 
  
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New Delhi
Answered by Juliana, 23 Jan '12 11:49 am

 
  
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