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Are you in favour of Pub Culture?

Asked by hitler, 08 Feb '09 11:02 am
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Any culture that will break old traditions is welcome.
Answered by joyoti sen, 08 Feb '09 11:03 am

 
  
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People create culture, either good or bad by their behaviour. Pubs and cafes for that matter, should be a social environment where people can meet and chat and enjoy good food and a drink (either alcoholic, soft or tea/coffee). There is nothing wrong with that. People who behave badly will behave badly anywhere anytime and always have done.
Answered by Janis, 08 Feb '09 05:30 pm

 
  
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The way Sri Ram Sena treated ladies was wrong 100%. But shame on those too, who allow additions to Drinks, smoking and drugs in the name of FREEDOM. If this is what freedom is all about, then, V don't want this freedom, where the Governments allow free flow of liquor for the sake of politician looting and revenue generation, and the youth drink for the sake of fashion, and in the end that youth, which is the spine of the nation, will become week and useless and characterless. WE DON'T WANT THIS FREEDOM.
Answered by omkar kale, 09 Feb '09 04:40 pm

 
  
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There has been a debate for the last few days why there are pub culture in India? I want to ask is India still keeping its traditional culture ? There are many wrong things happend to our culture so why blaming pub culture? I is all politically motivaed.
All problems will have solutions. First, define what is a problem. Then one can find or try to find solutions. Where are we going? For us Satyam affairs is not a problem. Former President sri Venkataramans death go unnoticed. His contribution nobody remembers. It is a trivial matter for our media. Where are the priorities? Your question Mr. Hitler its will in no way alter the situation. Whether it is pub culture or otherwise there is lot of difference between civilization and culture. Just to divert the attnetion of people from pressing problems such a noise is made.
Ghelot went much beyond Pub culture. He said he is against boys and girls walking hand in hand in pubs and malls. ! This is much more dangerous than opposing pub-culture ...more
Answered by ankit shivam, 09 Feb '09 10:15 am

 
  
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Why not boss. If there is people who like the pub culture naa..Thats why all these pubs are running. Let people take their own freedom. If their own guardians are not bothered then why should others take the responsibility ? Banning one thing will increase the tendency of addicts. So it is better to take the responsibility in their own family itself than the public.
Answered by peekay first, 08 Feb '09 11:06 am

 
  
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Yes there is nothing wrong in it one should a right to go there and enjoy the drink .
Answered by KARTIKAY SHARMA, 08 Feb '09 11:05 am

 
  
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Nothing on earth and in life is static and it changes with time the evolution. The core values of civility and humanity remaining intact the value system also undergoes changes and matures with time and we must accept the reality. Our maturity lies in accepting the fact should show our tolerance and acceptance to the emerging changes. i think there is nthng wrong in it, as far as u know that u are right!!!!
Answered by malishka, 08 Feb '09 11:07 am

 
  
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No never any activity if spoil our culture i won't accept it.
Answered by chitra srihari, 08 Feb '09 11:09 am

 
  
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Yes, there is nothing wrong in it. Particularly fresh western beer with alcohol limited to 4.5 % is very very healdy. Any one should hv a right to go there and enjoy the healthy drink.
Answered by devadoot, 08 Feb '09 11:38 pm

 
  
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What's "Pub culture" mein fuhrer? A "pub" is a place where people can go & consume some IMFL (Indian Made Foreign Liquor) commodities. Lots of people use public bathroom in bus stop etc. So do we have "public bathroom culture" ?? Same for pubs.

Now....going to pubs & consuming liquor is a fundamental right accorded to all citizens of the land in our constitution. Moral policing is BANNED IN OUR CONSTITUTION.

PM Chacha liked his liquor esp. w/ Edwina Mountbatten :), Indian Army soldiers get their liquor at discounted prices....then why can't civilians visit a pub?

Well, we should stop pretending as if "pubs" are only a result of "Westernization." Come on Hitler, back in old India, we'd just drink arrack and dance to Surangani in road side ;) Now, we have pubs instead....

Having fun should NOT be considered anti national.
Answered by A Moin, 09 Feb '09 03:10 pm

 
  
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