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As far it is every body's freedom to choose the way to spend their week ends, were there no drinks in INDIA all these years & no dances. from where did these idiots come, they should know to treat the women in the best & humble way first. And I donot understand why the media is giving them that attention, is it because they have no other jobs , they run behind that TAKLU SENE, after all why was he let off from these cases after the incidents, is it because of BJP in karnataka.?

Asked by Margarita Malathi, 06 Feb '09 04:33 pm
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Margarita, back in old school India, your friendly "GUEVARA BRIGADES" (or those "rowdy student union rascals" lol) banded together in bikes and took great pleasure playing polo using a right wing social guardian a ball :)

Well, those "idiots" never came from anywhere, it's just no more ultra leftist student unions left to take them on these days. And the youth of modern India is too meek, honestly speaking. They may sport meaner looks, bigger muscles, and hotter rides, but the flair & RAW boom boom defiance that were present in our yesteryear's bellbottom era youth is simply lacking in "youngistan."

If these "moralists" are so concerned about "wild parties", I encourage them to try and pull these stunts off in an Indian Army barracks on a weekend and see how they like it.

Moralists like these:

1. Make the place more constipated than Taliban Afghanistan.
2. Don't do anything productive.
3. T ...more
Answered by A Moin, 07 Feb '09 03:12 pm

 
  
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This is your first question apart fom one on flax seed. Settle in first , please.
Answered by mahesh chandra, 06 Feb '09 05:03 pm

 
  
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Its way of getting publicity
Answered by asdf, 06 Feb '09 04:34 pm

 
  
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