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by lakshmikanth
13 Dec 2012 03:53
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2871
Views: 154198

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv

Asswallaycum birathers, I hab an massage to send to my Jirga here: The mijjile that our pirathers sent out and which yeevil Indians claimed to have broken up in sbace really did not breakup. It habbened because in Ijlam, one is supposed to do Khitam (cicumcision right aphter birth of male), since Gh...
by lakshmikanth
03 Dec 2012 09:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2871
Views: 154198

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv

No bonder our nanhas are searjing for born and khusbu sekj on googal: I searched for ASS allahMUH WAH LE CUM and I was directed by googal into haraam sites, and I decided to rebort it to the local mullah. Aphter 3 hours of browsing the haraam sites and making a list of 30 sites, it is now bery diffi...
by lakshmikanth
03 Dec 2012 01:42
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

http://i.imgur.com/CDjJ4.png Online protest :lol: This is how powerful and brave the RAPEs are. Remember how RAPEs announced anti blasphemy rally and had to downhill ski and cancel it following threats? But outrage and protests against Babri masjid demolition, Bangladesh fire, Israel, Rohingyas are...
by lakshmikanth
01 Dec 2012 07:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

The biggest fragment weighing 187 kilograms fell on a ground in Allah Jurio Lund village, 30 kilometres from Dadu. Other pieces fell on Pir Mashaikh, Shehak Rodnani and Khandhani villages. :rotfl: :lol: :rotfl: Jeeehard. Baki mijjile falls on Allah's Lund. Lund on Lund is haraam and impurity. Beard...
by lakshmikanth
29 Nov 2012 21:02
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

while we are at it:
10) Patent for new laws of thermodynamics --water kit, snow mirror
11) Patent on Djinn fysiks and Qalendar consciousness
by lakshmikanth
29 Nov 2012 13:23
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^^ OT but True :). Need to pick the right battles and keep itches in control.
by lakshmikanth
29 Nov 2012 13:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Neelaji,

Like I said, I am past the 'high' ;) the horse is dead and rotting. Not going to flog it anymore on this thread.

As another horse related proverb goes: You can only take a horse to the water.......
by lakshmikanth
29 Nov 2012 00:05
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

^^^
According to Bakis, Hindus are to blame for Bangladesh, and Cashmere and Bakistan. Baki Army is 100% Puuuuure halal sactioned by Allah to be Jeehardi Fistullah
by lakshmikanth
28 Nov 2012 23:42
Forum: History & Current Affairs Archive
Topic: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012
Replies: 3973
Views: 176986

Re: Indian Economy - News & Discussion 27 May 2012

I agree with Theoji above. Due to historical reasons a lot of the destitute Indians belong to a "lost" generation. They cannot be rehabilitated into productive members of the society. So considering them to be "lost" and sunk cost, the best thing to do is to give them financial s...
by lakshmikanth
28 Nov 2012 06:14
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

arrey Lakshmikanth ji - you are flogging a dead horse :) I have given you the educational statistics and have given you details of the occassions when an alternative was attempted and why it failed. If you are 'cringing' at the thought that some indians genuflect to the english language - then it i...
by lakshmikanth
28 Nov 2012 04:29
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

I know I am beating a dead horse, but....... The negatives are too many to mention- Please do read it. I specially cringed at the quote " Oh Devi Ma, please let us learn English! Even the dogs understand English. I will just leave this here. Finally - If it was Nehru who foisted english on Indi...
by lakshmikanth
28 Nov 2012 02:46
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

RD Garu, That is a scary prospect. What is the chance of Indian sleeper cells of LET kinds turning to TTP? Is there any chance of leveraging this schism to destroy the sleeper cell/network. The other scary part is this: Yindoo killing contest between the pure and the purer, is a win win for Unkil, p...
by lakshmikanth
26 Nov 2012 22:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^ Given the amount of contextualizing and explaining of Briturd behavior by the Indian narrative of its history, which is reflected even on this thread, I think the day we make UK 'pay' is far far away. It is highly likely that you and I will have departed long before that. While it is discouragin...
by lakshmikanth
26 Nov 2012 00:10
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

Wonder what happened to Aakar sahib... My blood used to boil after reading his stuff. Now he seems like a BRF approved RAW agent
by lakshmikanth
22 Nov 2012 06:00
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2871
Views: 154198

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv

I hab realijjed 100 Yeevil Yindians == 1 praave Jeehardy with yhelp of some kamblex mathemagics that I learned from a la-whori maulaner.

Yindia == 1.2 billion people execute 1 Qasab.
Bakis == 180 million execute 10 muj ahid in Krachi today itself.
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 09:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^^ This is going OT at this point, so I am going to try and resist posting more (will move to OT dhaaga if necessary) Given that our elites who even now have no clue about the ground reality of India, I am sure it would have been no different back then. Was it such an intellectual hurdle to work o...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 09:19
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

So we come back to the same point, the elites of India had a choice to make in 1947. Why could we not have chosen a language that was agreeable to all, not necessarily Hindi but something else, but under our control? After all it goes through the same process that the Brits made it go through right?...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 08:50
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Arnab sir, Can you answer my question posted above? ^^^ which brings me to this question that has been bothering me for sometime (long before this exchange occurred). No I'm saying that english is alive and sanskrit has been dead for a 1000 odd years. The cost of resurrection and imposition of sansk...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 05:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: India and Japan: News and Discussion
Replies: 2027
Views: 209672

Re: India and Japan: News and Discussion

^^^ Last I heard, the Koreans were ok with White In Laws. Indian in laws are a big time no-no total Chi-Chi and the unlucky one will be abandoned by the family for generations. I wonder how they manage to keep international politics out of Christianity. Maybe they never had a conflict of interest wi...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 03:41
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Indian Real Estate Sector
Replies: 1110
Views: 146688

Re: Indian Real Estate Sector

I also wonder if Kerala has any corruption since they are ~100% literate. No, KL is not 100% non-corrupt state. But 100% literacy has made it a less corrupt place than other states perhaps. The absolute levels of corruption might be lower in comparison to others, but I am not sure if relative % of ...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 02:01
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

Also, it looks like Istinja can be applied to butt as well. You need an odd number > 3 (i.e. 3,5,7) "hard" objects like rocks (not bone because its Djinn food or dried dung because SAAWS did not like it) and then wipe it, truly sandplasting of Musharraf. It also seems like one is not allow...
by lakshmikanth
16 Nov 2012 01:46
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

x-posting from under the Burkha (credit goes to Nilesh Oak ji): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMUF8leJ_mM&feature=relmfu To understand the full cost of lack of ownership of our "national language" her majesty-hag's Yinglish plizz to watch this video in the following times: 1) 9:55 to...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 18:30
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

^^^ Will Qadri be executed?

I wonder if a Qadri like situation happens within the Baki military (more bious uniformed jeehardi killing whisky swirling uniform jeehardi).

What will Ashphuck do, his musharraf will be in deep bakistan if a situation like that occurs.
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 17:28
Forum: Technology & Economic Forum
Topic: Civil Aviation Development & Discussion
Replies: 5789
Views: 634735

Re: Civil Aviation Development & Discussion

OT: Malluland has one thing going for it (apart from being my native place), its much cleaner than the rest of India. It also has true freedom of speech, anyone can say anything. Also "onnukil ashaante nenchathu, ellenkil kallarikku purathu" seems to be the motto of Kerala :D. We go all th...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 17:07
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv Newj
Replies: 2871
Views: 154198

Re: Bakistan: Emirate of New-clear Inquilabi States-Bojitiv

Bicture request:

Butwani on side of motarway. The whole world needs to see that to abbreciate.
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 16:13
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012
Replies: 2850
Views: 123990

Re: Terrorist Islamic Republic of Pakistan - Oct 4 2012

^^^ Everyday Islam opens up a new deep side of itself for me to look at and wonder. AoA -- Hate dogs, but pee like one -- AoA Bhutwani is maybe an act of sand-blasting ze musharraf. Infact Oirope had a version of Bhutwani, so Bakis should be proud that their four-fathers (who came rolling down the S...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 16:09
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Thirdly, the ecosystem point is lost. Again! I tried to get that across sir, but was met with sarcasm and dericision. I guess my English skills were not good enough to get it accross :(. It took me the experience of living in a village in Northern Karnataka to realize how disconnected I was with In...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 10:48
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^ which brings me to this question that has been bothering me for sometime (long before this exchange occurred). No I'm saying that english is alive and sanskrit has been dead for a 1000 odd years. The cost of resurrection and imposition of sanskrit in every sphere of life (spoken, educational, of...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 10:41
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^ If English becomes universal in India sometime down the road, there would be no need to learn Hindi sometime down the road. No? So it will not be correlated with economic rise of India sometime down the road, which is the reason kids are learning other languages according to you above (I dont ev...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 10:14
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

I have just gone through the thread, trying to figure out which post to reply to and which not... but the thread is taking a comical turn, so I will stay out of it for now... As it appears now, it's OK to learn English...we are all suitably patriotic if we learn and use it, but we should keep in mi...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 10:04
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

I don't think anyone was saying it was a divine gift (we agreed that it was an unintended consequence). The solution to 'elitism' (presumably associated with the knowledge of english) would then be to try and make english easily available to everybody. Then the 'elitism' would disappear (but the mo...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 09:34
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

My complaint was due to people giving it divine status, without understanding the reasons behind it. It was treated as a gift given to Indians by the Gods sitting in the Great land of GreatBritain, without which we would never grow economically. The aim is to make people realize the reason for what ...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 09:25
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

If I meet an Indian and he is comfortable in Hindi, we immediately switch to that. Even if both of our mother-tongues are not the same. I hope it drives home the point. Precisely - that is because you have learnt multiple languages. Not because you have participated in a state led effort to converg...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 09:15
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Knowing additional language offers mobility. Instead of learning 22 local languages if one can learn one foreign language which is also used locally - I consider that to be a superior outcome. We are going around in circles :lol:. The big problem that needs to be resolved is to make it less alien, ...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 09:06
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Let me bring this back to the topic.

Learning English as an alternate to your mother tongue to be used internal to the country vs learning it to do business with foreigners :-- Completely different, no? Why make a leap of logic?

Germany and Japan are managing fine without knowing much English.
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 08:58
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

Depends on where you are based presumably. Yes if in Delhi, No if in Chennai. For China - if they do manage to learn English as they are trying hard to do - knowing mandarin will possibly become irrelevant at the macro level. Unless you are trying to engage at the really grass root level (then know...
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 08:38
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

You must be kidding. In my company if you want to be in customer relations, you better know the language of the country your customer is in. Her Mandarin would be a trump card that can be used while engaging China :).

Can that be done with Hindi?
by lakshmikanth
15 Nov 2012 08:31
Forum: Strategic Issues & International Relations Forum
Topic: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011
Replies: 2935
Views: 149217

Re: Indo-UK News & Discussion 9th Aug 2011

^^^^ Sure, your dad might be one in ten-thousand. The rest 9999 would probably wont have such a good story to tell.

Mandarin will be learned, because China has it as a language that will give her opportunities in China. Hindi will not give you an edge in India :). Spot the difference.

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