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crow replied to Culture: Is the term loosing its meaning?
Totally agree to what Murty is saying. But thats more about where our Moral values are draining and Indeed our slowly fading culture has been rich in these things.
Our slowly fading culture does brings about the moral questions into focus as it seems it's what we are actually loosing. So talk...
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crow replied to Culture: Is the term loosing its meaning?
Talking about the example you gave. Isn't it the age old dilemma of Right:Wrong v/s Good:Bad. What the pickpocket is doing is good for his family, good from a closer perspective but it is wrong. Why a pickpocket? Is an average Hawaldar living on a meager 6-8k salary, feeding 3 children, living in...
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crow replied to Culture: Is the term loosing its meaning?
On TV today Ram Chandra Guha, defending the call for a ban on CheerLeaders, said that these things while in addition to diluting the game of Cricket are also against our culture.
The question is not what is it that is against our culture, we already know what he's pointing out. But what exa...
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crow replied to Tibet Issue
Good point about economy. Also the fact that Tibet never had any army or anything of that sort, owing to its culture, which was he reason that it was able to provide negligible resistance to China in 1959. Also with Pakistan sidelining with US, Tibet is very important for China from Geographica...
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crow replied to Tibet Issue
So Olympic torch enters India tomorrow. And India being Tibet's friendly neighbor for long and as well as home of many displaced ones from there prmomises to further whats being going on for past one month.
Tibet's been under Chinese rule for the past 60 years and its calls for autonomy have b...
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crow replied to [13-Jan-08] FMS 2008: Paper Discussions
well, the tmr above does tells the tale...:grin:
crow replied to Some Books I have Read & Would Recommend
Well, as I said "Hard Boiled Wonderland and The End of the World" or "Norwegian Wood" would be very fine ones to start reading Murakami.
and believe me Murakami has the potential to turn a first time reader into a dedicated one..he's an addiction..he explores complex themes but in a very acce...
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crow replied to Some Books I have Read & Would Recommend
Kafka on the Shore is a fantastic read. A typical Murakami narrative having all his trademark elements. He explores the themes of Oedipus Complex, difference b/w actual reality and metamorphical realities, dreams and Reality, few Japanese myths and traditions etc.
In all a absolute gem.
Do ...
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crow replied to [2008] SIBM results out
Try again Or tell ur SNAP ID here and somebody will be able to check that for you.
crow replied to SCMHRD Class of 2010 - Final Merit List
I guess W and T got interchanged there.