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When will we as Indians be united &work for for a common goal to eradicate malnutrition & illiteracy our major burning problem?

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Asked by Tandra Mukherjee, 11 Apr '10 04:07 pm
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What is an Indian? Other than u r ID cards issued by govt there is nothing more that unites a Kashmiri and a Tamil.

All Chinese speak Chinese. Indians speak??
All Chinese believe in a non theocratic form of governence. Indians believe in???
Chinese value system permits live in relationship yet discourages prostitution. Indian value systems???

Those are just 3 simple cultural questions and even in those 3 qs u won't find anything common amongst a man from say- Kolkatta and a man from Eranakulam and a man from Bomenelli. If we don't even have a uniform national identity, then how can u say u have a common goal to work 4?

HAving a common goal requires a population united behind a common culture. And in India, the only linguistic trait which unifies Kashmir 2 Kanyakumari is English, which is a non Indian cultural input.

In China, even a Uigur or a TIbetian would agree that religion b kept away from politics. Even the Dalai Lama's successors in China are toeing that line. ...more
Answered by A Moin, 28 May '10 02:19 pm

 
  
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