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India Could Be Kicked Out Of Olympics For Keeping Corruption-Tainted Officials, Says IOC President

India Could Be Kicked Out Of Olympics For Keeping Corruption-Tainted Officials, Says IOC President

Commented Dec 8, 2013 at 14:12:33 in Sports

“I don't think so. I spent 5 years in India during the early 90's and had no problems whatsoever.”
India Could Be Kicked Out Of Olympics For Keeping Corruption-Tainted Officials, Says IOC President

India Could Be Kicked Out Of Olympics For Keeping Corruption-Tainted Officials, Says IOC President

Commented Dec 8, 2013 at 03:03:56 in Sports

“Biased much?...”

zak477 on Dec 8, 2013 at 07:57:04

“After living there for six weeks, I couldn't wait to get back home to the USA. Biased, no.
Telling the truth, yes.”
Indian Street Food Vendors Get Lessons In Hygiene

Indian Street Food Vendors Get Lessons In Hygiene

Commented Dec 6, 2013 at 18:10:13 in World

“The picture with the article has nothing to do with the story.”
India Is One Of The Worst Places To Be Born, But This Group Is Trying To Change That

India Is One Of The Worst Places To Be Born, But This Group Is Trying To Change That

Commented Nov 27, 2013 at 23:59:29 in Impact

“Years of british colonialism ruined India, and indeed much of the problems that it has been overcoming during the last 60+ years were the direct result of british policies.”

Jun Soriao on Nov 28, 2013 at 15:24:58

“In a manner of speaking, yes. The blue-blooded gentry and their arrogance kept India totally much under wraps during the heydays of the British Raj. Just consider those infamous deaths caused by their misdirected military decisions. The Hole of Calcutta is one. Who would even thought that British officers were capable of sending helpless Indians breathing hell fire from canons and rifles to their untimely deaths? And history is laced with distortions asserting the Indians provoked and/or invited their demise. The British Crown, in spite of its claim to be a caretaker of sorts over its vast colonies and possessions, did a very poor job of administering them. And one after the other, The British Isles lost them, with Hongkong eventually ceded to their true owners.

Is England very much isolated as a nation? I believe it is. Ask leaders of members of the European Union.”
Sikh Group Alleges U.S. Undercounts Airport Discrimination Complaints

Sikh Group Alleges U.S. Undercounts Airport Discrimination Complaints

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 23:03:19 in Politics

“Khalistani groups (the ones operating in Punjab) have been mostly eradicated. Not surprisingly, they were funded by Pakistan...”
Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 22:11:05 in Sports

“There's no guarantee he would have been back for the playoffs either. His replacement (either Byron Maxwell or Jeremy Lane) will fill in just fine, much like last year.”
India Is One Of The Worst Places To Be Born, But This Group Is Trying To Change That

India Is One Of The Worst Places To Be Born, But This Group Is Trying To Change That

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 18:32:59 in Impact

“As an American who has lived in India, I can tell you that it's actually not all that bad. There are good places and bad places -- just like every other country.”

Helen Rome Meager on Nov 30, 2013 at 21:22:35

“However, the bad is really bad - especially if you are a woman or a child. Most US poor live like the middle class - microwaves, tvs. I know many go hungry in the USA but it is very very different here.”
Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 17:08:16 in Sports

“He would not have been back in the regular season, and his status for the playoffs was up in the air.”

MR818 on Nov 26, 2013 at 18:49:52

“and? since they are definitely going in the playoffs then there is a really good chance that this did affect the team”
Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 13:25:35 in Sports

“Brandon Browner was out with injury anyway, so it doesn't affect the Seahawks this season. He's gone next year anyway, and now teams won't give him that huge payday. So Brandon Browner essentially hurt himself the most.”

MR818 on Nov 26, 2013 at 16:19:11

“he's out but would've been back, so yes it does affect the Seahawks.”
Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Brandon Browner Facing Suspension For One Year Over NFL's Substance Abuse Policy: REPORT

Commented Nov 26, 2013 at 13:22:56 in Sports

“I'm pretty sure Reggie Bush's parents have a lion's share of the blame for what happened at USC.”
Virat Ramayan Mandir Will Be World's Largest Religious Monument When Construction Is Completed In Bihar, India

Virat Ramayan Mandir Will Be World's Largest Religious Monument When Construction Is Completed In Bihar, India

Commented Nov 24, 2013 at 14:10:56 in Religion

“Wealth disparity has nothing to do with actual wealth -- of which India has quite a bit (especially in natural resources). Just because the wealth is not distributed properly does not mean that there is no wealth. I'm sorry to hear that the U.S. school system has failed you.”

Mansa on Nov 25, 2013 at 01:48:27

“Well, if so Africans are the wealthiest people in the world. Silly person, because I write on HP does not by itself imply that I was "failed by the U.S. educational system". I am about to LOL.”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 24, 2013 at 14:08:32 in Impact

“Actually, the recent evacuation during the cyclone was a resounding success, with minimal casualties. Even during the 2004 tsunami, India did a great job of evacuating and helping affected people.

Your toilet rant is silly, and really has nothing to do with anything as toilets and toilet paper are readily available in India (along with water options, which work better than TP by the way).”
Virat Ramayan Mandir Will Be World's Largest Religious Monument When Construction Is Completed In Bihar, India

Virat Ramayan Mandir Will Be World's Largest Religious Monument When Construction Is Completed In Bihar, India

Commented Nov 24, 2013 at 11:59:39 in Religion

“Nope. India actually has quite a bit of wealth -- but it isn't distributed evenly (much like in the U.S.).”

Mansa on Nov 24, 2013 at 13:22:19

“What wealth? The Indian Gini coefficient put it in the 95th percentile for wealth disparity. The U.S. has a wide income disparity but not as bad as India's.”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 24, 2013 at 11:56:52 in Impact

“Nope, space research provides actual everyday uses, such as weather pattern research (which helped India track Cyclones and evacuate people appropriately) as well as thousands of well paying jobs for the people who are involved in all facets of the launch program. In fact, the IRSO is a huge revenue generator for the Indian government, as it brings in huge annual yields which in turn help numerous people.”

Mansa on Nov 24, 2013 at 13:25:21

“Waste of time. When a tsunami decides to hit India thousands still drown and die. Get real now. I say it again: build more secure toilets and manufacture more paper. Water is OK but paper helps proper disposal.”
Why India Is The World's Fastest-Growing Wellness Tourism Destination (PHOTOS)

Why India Is The World's Fastest-Growing Wellness Tourism Destination (PHOTOS)

Commented Nov 23, 2013 at 03:53:59 in Travel

“India is the best place to visit for wellness tourism.”

A Sustainable Solution on Nov 29, 2013 at 17:56:26

“India is a treasure house of wisdom for living a healthy, happy, integrated life, but often that knowledge has gotten distorted, especially with the foreign influences of the past centuries. However, if you can find the real deal it is very transformational!

Ayurveda in particular has many meanings throughout India. In the 1980s Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, who was mentioned at the top of the article, brought together many vaidyas (ayurvedic doctors) from around India to discuss all the traditional practices and revive those that are most effective; the result was Maharishi Ayurveda. There is a new Maharishi Ayurveda clinic in Bhopal (http://www.mvhc.in/) that offers Panchakarma, which is highly transformational and an excellent wellness procedure.

Wellness ultimately depends on peace, in mind, body, and society. In the Brahmasthan, or geographic center, of India there are thousands of Maharishi Vedic Pandits enlivening peace on a daily basis through their practice of Transcendental Meditation and Vedic chanting. People from all over the world can attend courses in this unique atmosphere and gain deep rest and transcendence. The experience of listening to 1331 pandits reciting together is very profound. (http://www.maharishiindiacourses.com/experiences/)

On the basis of inner wellness, all the glories of India's rich culture can be fully appreciated.”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 23, 2013 at 03:52:33 in Impact

“The USDA reports that as of 2009 over 600,000 people in the US did not have potable water access on their properties.”

Archie Leach on Dec 10, 2013 at 05:30:01

“That's cause they're running water has been contaminated by fracking.”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 23, 2013 at 03:52:05 in Impact

“They weren't "your" jobs to begin with...”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 23, 2013 at 03:48:17 in Impact

“LOL...sounds like you have never been to rural china.”

adamben on Nov 23, 2013 at 16:15:16

“the majority have toilets and it's not a rape/touching fest in china. they have the death penalty and it keeps people in line, while in india...”
Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Indian Women Have To Risk Their Lives Just To Use A Toilet

Commented Nov 23, 2013 at 03:46:42 in Impact

“Way to generalize about all Indian men.”
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