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Who, in your opnion asks most questions which genraste hot debate?

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Asked by soumyen sarkar, 12 Aug '09 11:00 pm
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Dear Soumyenji, Hi Gud morn my friend but here its a very tough choice you put on to say who is the best and whose questions are more sensible. It will be very difficult to judge here as all my colleagues are quite intelligent. Thnx for putting this choice on me to answer. Tke care regards Cyrus
Answered by cyrus irani, 13 Aug '09 11:26 am

 
  
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My honest opinion is that no question, even if it is pertaining to a very hot issue or a burning topic can generate a hot debate unless the questioner begs for an answer by posting a request in everybody's page. Once you post a question, it remains in recent questions for some time, and would soon vanish depending on the frequency at which the forum members pitch in their questions. I myself go very seldom to answer question from the recent questions or unanswered questions because 90 percent questions are useless questions not worth answering. I do not go to featured answers because you cannot answer the question from there even if you want to. The questions with expert answers are already answered so no point in answering them. Therefore, what I usually do? I go and see Mr. Ananthraman's, Anupama Kumar, Cyrus Irani, Gem Mina, Joyoti Sen's questions. Recent good questioners are Muktha Radhakrishnan, Soumyen Sarkar, Muktha Radhakrishnan, Soumyen Sarkar and Sharmila Bose.

My suggest ...more
Answered by Jack Johnson, 13 Aug '09 07:45 am

 
  
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Who, in your opnion asks most questions which genraste hot debate?

First of I should admit that I am not at all in that list coz of my nature.

M/s---Omega---Cocktail Raj-----Gem Mina---Joyoti Sen---Janis ----Jack Jackson----- Shintsie----Prashant Sarma----Rachana,-----Joyesh Chakraborthy---Manish Verma Ankit Shivam--- minati vishwakarma-- prabhat kumar kumar ----Sumitha----- Cartoon network Sarya MitraLion Heart---Wife Supreme ----Peekay first-------Vinod-----are some of the members who generate debatable and interesting questions..----some of them are not presently active in this forum..

Now Muktha Radhakrishnan,Soumyen sarkar are included.
Inquisitive,Major Loganathan ,Kavita Prasad are new stars.
There are lot of people left for want of space.

There were----there are and there will be lot of intelligent personalities asking beautiful questions which generate hot debate. In general people now a days want to score more points merely giving shortest answers just to ent ...more
Answered by anantharaman, 13 Aug '09 03:15 am

 
  
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Soumyen da you have put me into a difficult situation. In my opinion all my friends, whose questions I attempt regularly are definitely very wise enough to post quality questions, inviting healthy discussions. Some questions get so many responses, others very few, but doesn't mean that those are less worthy or not having any scope for hot debate. And of course depend on personal opinion about the topic. A good question may not always generate a debate. I have seen that some not-so-worthy questions attract more responses and further debate. I have even seen that some really good question is being ignored. So it is very difficult to judge. So the one really worth for this title may be a different person.
I'm not a person to judge all the members' capacity/capability as being a comparatively new face, I didn't get a chance to attempt questions from many talented members who were once active in this forum. So I request them to pardon me if I'm not mentioning their names.
The first name c ...more
Answered by Muktha Radhakrishnan, 13 Aug '09 10:25 am

 
  
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Well, previously cocktail raj, Omega and a few others used to ask qns that gave rise to ceratin controversies......, but, at present there are none.........;the present questioners don't deal much upon controversial topics.......,most of the qns are of personal nature..........
Answered by minati vishwakarma, 12 Aug '09 11:53 pm

 
  
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Inquisitive asks a variety of questions which are difficult and have potential to generate debate but probably because of complexity involved debate is missing. Then I have seen few questions of Sharmila Bose which have generated some debate. Then your questions also sometimes generate debate. Actually for debate to occur people must get to understand each other even on the net (even though not personally). That may be one reason why enough debate is not generated on questions which if debated would benefit all the participants.
Answered by Prashant, 12 Aug '09 11:17 pm

 
  
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This question is a tough one now ..earlier based on the catagories some like cocktail raj or some who are not so seen here used to put questions which were funny but they were good enough to creat lot of discussion like more than 80 comments on the issue..prabhat kumar, Ankitji, were asking more questions which were ticklish...now it is seen rarely.
Answered by sarya mitra, 12 Aug '09 11:16 pm

 
  
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It's a tough one. Here is amy analysis. It's an open forum. People's opinions may vary. It's just mine.

1. Whom I can really call Rahul Dravid of QNA with "consistent batting on Questions" is - Anupama Kumar. She has kept on raising the questions, irrespective of ab.using problems/ points, no points for askign questions. She is just there like "The Wall". And please note - She asks good questions, which are in everyone's mind, but people hate to ask for reasons known to them.
2. Among the ones, not active now in asking the questions, I would name Omega and Cocktail Raj for debatable questions.
3. There is this evergreen - Ankit Shivam - This man has got guts to speak up the minds and with a sattire too. In that, I would compare him with Coen brothers, masters of Comedies revolving around sattires and confusions. :-)
4. We are missing Prashant Sharma nowadays. He is one person, who has talent to spot the right points to ask questions and stay with his ideas, without being offensiv ...more
Answered by manish varma, 13 Aug '09 07:10 am

 
  
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I avoid answering questions that involve listing names of members here as it is possible I may miss out the deserving ones for the simple reason that I may not have had the occasion to test their questions as we login at different times!! Also some members alert when they ask questions by sending messages and that may be a reason for getting many answers which may look like there is a debate.
Answered by gem mina, 13 Aug '09 06:13 am

 
  
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You! this qn might generate a hot debate!!
Answered by nargis bhambi, 13 Aug '09 12:41 am

 
  
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