There is much hue and cry about American elections. Why do we forget that an election is nearby in India, world's largest democracy.
For americans there are no other countries. They are so self-important that no one else counts. And the controlled media does want americans comparting themselves with others, so they would learn that they are not the greatest.
Too much socialism out there.
When India starts impinging on my life other than having my bank's customer service center based there, I will start worrying about the Indian elections.
And if India is as democratic as the US and the UK. I feel sorry for you.
I for one am glad the US signed a Nuclear agreement with India. That's a big election issue there. I happened to notice that the following week - Pakistan sent troops to the mountains to expel 50,000 Afghans - among whom are Taliban.
Probably just a coincidence.
I for one - think India is the single most important country for America. We should be tied to the hip like American and Britain.
Mr. Mark Knowls need not feel sorry for India, when over a billion people are proud to be in India. We are placed in a better position. India is the best democracy in the world... better than UK and USA. India never feels proud with nukes... for it is only for our defence. Certainly we wont cross over oceans with nukes and threaten countries. If others come, their grave is ready here. As normal citizen, every one should watch the happening in big countries like India.
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