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Originally posted by ModernAcademia
India is a sovereign nation and can do what it pleases
This is very much a slap in the face to India
India has always had good relations with the U.S.
Obama is plain and simply being a piece of #$%#^
It's one thing with NDAA, spying and this and that but now he's trying to dictate policy to other foreign sovereign nations as well
Please do not re-elect this creature
Originally posted by Ek Bharatiya
Oh! I thought you wanted all American - American stuff. My bad it looks like you only want US centered things when it suits you.
Maybe you are not aware but most of your call lands in Philippines, China or Brazil etc among India. Lott of American companies have moved out of India (thankfully) and gone to more cheaper locations mentioned above with lower quality service.
If you compare the english of (literate) Indian students which pass out from universities with Americans in grammar, sentence construction, neutral accent, knowledge about world affairs. Indian students are far better.
The problem with American english is it's confined in American accent, poor grammar and sentence construction. British english is the best in world.
Yuck no! I have a degree in Hotel Management and worked in Hotel (Front Office department) for several years and moved to a University. Some of these students who study at this university and work there few months a year during their vacations tell me stories about these customers which are hilarious.edit on 15-3-2012 by Ek Bharatiya because: Tags
Originally posted by Trigger82
"Breaking News Just in"
India in development of New ICBM & Chemical warhead
Why doenst America just say it outright F__K the world we delare war on everyone
Originally posted by rigel4
I am getting the the distinct feeling that China Russia are going to let the
bombing start with out much of a protest. Sorry to post of topic,
Does this mean I won't have to listen to some Indian dude on the phone when I call customer service to an American company? That would be awesome..