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Is India still ruled by Britain?

Discussion in 'International Relations' started by arun.id, May 9, 2013.

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  1. Foxtrot

    Foxtrot Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    arun.id Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Yup run away coward scum. We'll get our answers when the time comes.
     
  3. arun.id

    arun.id Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    The people ar bing misinfomed by the Congress. Lots of people still vote for congressthinking rahul Gandhi, Sonia Ghandi, etc are daughter of Gandhi.

    No. If the British never invaded, none of this would happen. They've to start with returning all our textbooks, documents and such taht they stole from Takshashila, etc.
     
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    arun.id Lieutenant SENIOR MEMBER

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    Our history is filled with heros. Gandhi might be the only one you know.
     
  5. Foxtrot

    Foxtrot Captain SENIOR MEMBER

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    man u hv gone crazy on the british........calm down.... :basketball:
     
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    we had many heroes....... who defended us against the islamic invasion.....
     
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    omya Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    wel it xpalins the indian situation bfore british invasion....
     
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    now should we accept anything better then useless rant from a sidekick of USA... no we don't.. please carry on.. you have no idea how much great service you are doing to my nation in free... by just showing your worthlessness you sidekicks.. by the way due you asked your american boss about going into BS mode on India or just waiting for confirmation.
     
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    Can you prove from any of my post that I hate when some one who answers back me

    Aren't you Insulting our country.:what:



    India responded in six hours flat - The Hindu



    Talk the Talk,but can't walk the walk.
     
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    There was never more then 70,000 British in India, and India population was 300 to 600 plus million.
     
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    omya Lt. Colonel ELITE MEMBER

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    Looting by the British Empire
    The transformation of theft and plunder as an incentive for troops to institutionalized, indiscriminate looting following military conflict can be observed in the wake of British conquest in Asia, Africa and India. The looting of artifacts for "both personal and institutional reasons" became "increasingly important in the process of "othering" Oriental and African societies and was exemplified in the professionalism of exploration and the growth of ethnographic departments in museums, the new 'temples of Empire'." Looting, not necessarily of art, became a vital instrument for the projection of power and the British imperial desire to gather and provide information about the "exotic" cultures and primitive tribes.
     
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    Says it all really doesn't it.:big_boss:
     
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    Paranoia rules, very sad.
     
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