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Why the nation is silent over Tilangana, is there any full stop for the disintegration of India? I have heard that there is a fresh demand for 5 new states now? Where is RSS, Shiva Sena and other so called patriots???

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Asked by Nashaat Quadri, 13 Dec '09 09:57 pm
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Nashaat, it is a clear indication that we are aheading to a major structural change.. at National Level and in the World Order.. Every downfall has a prerequisite of such disintegration and this leads to a new change that Binds the Society in a better way.. India is just going thru that change.. We need to wait for that moment..

We all are already working on this and the Scholars are doing a great research how to making Politically, Economically and Socially stable Country.. India is a Pioneer since, India is a mini-world.. Once we get thru..the World will follow.. Yes Nashaad, I am confident.. we are aheading to a good phase..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 14 Dec '09 11:58 am

 
  
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Sooner or later India will have mant states like USA and each one will have its own empire.....Sab Desh ka keema banane mein lage hue hain aur public Kabab ke intezar mein hai ...
Answered by Mohammed asim nehal, 13 Dec '09 10:00 pm

 
  
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They all are the supporters,gorkha land,jaamu,kashmir,purabanchal,bundelkhand,are a few who are ready to get their share of demand
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 13 Dec '09 10:00 pm

 
  
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Well Dear Nashaat ....
This is Job of people of the country to stop from being dis-integerated
We have to leave our slavish mentality to this party or that party or this organisation or that organisation
We have already seen hypocricy in almost all political parties
They do not sincerely serve the nation but serve their self interest by dividing people by caste religion or regions
THERE IS NO RATIONAL INDIAN CONCIOUSNESS YET BUT THERE IS JUST EMOTIONAL CONCIOUSNESS AMONGST INDIANS BASED ON THEIR IDENTITIES ,GROUPS ETC ETC
This is tribal mentality that may lead to disintegeration of Nation .....
This started with mountabatten nehru deal on colonised leased governance .
It is we common Indians who actually are true patriots
If common people like us understand the history of India properly without basing it on western histographers or communal minded historians ,lot of problems will be solved
Answer is obvious that these political parties or so called nationalist organ ...more
Answered by commonman, 14 Dec '09 11:30 am

 
  
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Yeah, this is what we get for rolling over British era administration and system insted of scrapping it and starting from scratch. The British DELIBERATELY separated our Army from public life. In times of crisis, in Asia, people have always resorted to the Army, from the reaches of Iran to the eastern abodes of Japan (before 1945 in Japan's case). The British deliberately used the word's "Professional" to separate Army from civilian life is because if we had a "People's ARmy" style Army, like in Imperial Japan, Communist China etc., VietNam etc the Generals would surely build a popular base and turn the ARmy against the colonizers. If we had People's Army, Manickshaw in World War 2 would've defeected in masse to INA cause.

The sad part is, at least in colonization era, the army isolation from public lif was forcefully enforced. We didn't even learn the lessons after world war 2 in 1947 when we controlled our own destiny.

Development aint' a bed of roses Habip especially in ...more
Answered by A Moin, 13 Dec '09 10:20 pm

 
  
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Your answer is within the video at this link: http://bit.ly/Evangelist
Answered by GuruSewa, 13 Dec '09 10:08 pm

 
  
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All political leaders sail in the same boat.None is patriotic "Gone are those days".People get what they deserve.We deserve the corrupt politics and politicians and got it.
Answered by Ashish, 13 Dec '09 10:05 pm

 
  
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