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Speech by Thomas Friedman in the New York Times....

"When we were young kids growing up in America , we were
Told to eat our vegetables at dinner and not leave them.
Mothers said, think of the starving children in India
And finish the dinner.'


And now I tell my children:
'Finish your homework. Think of the children in India
Who would make you starve, if you don't. " ? ink ur views please

Tags: india, young kids, new york
Asked by Avtar Khalsa, 29 Mar '10 10:46 pm
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The first part is still very true since 30 crores go hungry in India without a single proper meal a day.The second part is to pep the budding Americans to study and work hard.
Answered by GAUTAM MOOKERJEE, 30 Mar '10 06:40 am

 
  
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