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... of India must be respected, no matter what the political rivalries might be and he intended to do just that.
The trouble of course is that the Communist Party has the economic outlook of a donkey. If only Manikda was not a Communist, he would be amongst my favourite politicians. But leave that aside. Manik Sarkar is an honourable man. That can be said of few politicians in the world. For that, I salute him.
... similar to the Wagah ceremony with Pakistan, but without the machismo, the tension and the chest beating. At the end of the simple ceremony, the two crowds of onlookers are allowed to come right up to the border within a foot of each other and take photos, talk to each other and actually shake hands. There is much camaraderie and lots of smiles. But it is a shame, that a foot of territory still separates us.
The jewel in Agartala's crown ...
... coast and ocean. Each one has it's own charm and type of crowd. Most of the tourist are Russians or Israelis with a whole lot of different nationalities in between. I spent the first 5 days into town and walked to Kudle and Om Beach daily to enjoy the sun and beach. After 5 days, I started to feel it was time to get going in the direction of Hampi but decided instead, to stay here until the Christmas rush ...
... if you'd like, and spend the last day of your stay there. Visit the Namaste Cafe and have the food there (you won't be surprised but the food at every restaurant on every beach in Gokarna is the same!)
Once you're done, go back to the city and do a lot of shopping because Gokarna is like a mini-Goa, a non-commercialized one at that and you get brilliant stuff for dirt cheap rates.
Make sure you stay here for more than a weekend, at least!
... I was first sent to a preschool called "Nurture Nook". After that the day came when my father said that today you are going for your first interview. My mother got me all dressed up, then my father took me to a big school on a hill top that was called “Kendriya Vidyala”. I went inside the principle’s room and he asked me to write the hindi varnamala…KA – KHA – GA …So I did …Ka – Kha – Ga – ...