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Sonali Rawat agreed with a discussionOct, 15 2016

Has anything changed in school curriculum in last 15 years.

In last 15 years, world has changed enormously, but had anything changes in Indian school education?
Sonali Rawat posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 14 2016

If you could personally witness any event in history, which one would you choose?

Listening to The Beatles live.
Sonali Rawat agreed with an opinion onOct, 12 2016

Halloween is a Corruption of the Shraaddha

Arushi Singh had posted

This is interesting, I am following a certain kind of meditation. We discussed yesterday how our spiritual evolution help our ancestors in their spiritual evolution. That



Sonali Rawat posted an opinion to a discussionOct, 12 2016

Why are upcoming Indian music bands not adapting folk music? It will be refreshing if one can do a proper fusion with it

You forgot light classical or semi-classical genres like Thumri, Dadra, Ghazal, Chaiti, Kajri and Tappa and Qawwali.
Sonali Rawat started a new discussionOct, 03 2016

Who cleans up corpses after big wars. For ex. WW1

I'm watching "The Great War" on YouTube (week by week), and a question comes to mind: after a huge battle, there are literally thousands of corpses, clogging trenches and scattered across No Man's Land. Piles and piles of rotting bodies as far as the eye can see. How did they get cleaned up?

Sonali Rawat agreed with an opinion onOct, 03 2016

Why science needs to break the spell of reductive materialism .


There is a major flaw in reductive materialism using so-called objectivite realism. The senses of mankind for which materialist science derives all of its knowledge are



Sonali Rawat started a new discussionSep, 30 2016

What reasons Pakistan have to deny the possibility of surgical attacks.

1.) Pakistan could have played the victim card in international diplomacy.

2.) Pakistan would have better answers for insurgency or attacks it can perform.

3.) Pakistan would have taken upper hand in being a peace loving nation that even after attack it did not retaliate.

Why will it lose the opportunity of the above things?

I maybe termed anti-national else where for posting this, hence I am trying to discuss this here.

1.) Pakistan could have played the victim card in international diplomacy.2.) Pakistan would have better answers for insurgency or attacks it can perform.3.) Pakistan would have taken upper hand in being a peace loving nation that even after attack it did not retaliate.Why will it lose the opportuni
Sonali Rawat agreed with an opinion onSep, 30 2016

Media's role in shaping the Kashmir issue

Majid Hyderi had posted

True nothing should surpass objectivity in media reportage and opinion building



Sonali Rawat disagreed with an opinion onSep, 29 2016

Discussing aftermath of Surgical attack on Pakistan. How will Pakistan react? What is India's strategy hereafter?

Vikram Gupta had posted

That analogy makes a lot of sense. Sir, what would internal politics aspects entail? To the common man's eye, it seems that all diplomacy level talks have been huge failu



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