Tamil loving politician and veshti
Why our Tamil loving politicians do not wear Tamil Nadu attire ( veshti ) when they go abroad and instead use western dress ?
Nandini Voice for The Deprived more
Mr. NSV Never expected the standard of your post to be so petty and narrow minded ; look at the response magnanimously just checked you and didn't question you back about how non tamils dress and behave when they go out of India. By the way where did you get educated not to know these basic courtesies. Don't ever put forth such insane questions. God save Save the people working under you. more
First, this is stupid question, the questioner will follow this? more
You can also ask as to why he does not speak in Tamil to all Westerners while abroad ! more
When you are in Rome do what the Romans do more
Manuel Aaron: When in Rome, do as the Romans do, goes a saying. What does it matter what a Politician wears! What matters is the promises that he makes and how he fulfills them! Our friend who is forever ready to criticize the TN Govt, should answer the ordinary man on the street, as to when the Rs 15 lakhs per family promised before the 2014 elections and the Achche Din promised later, would become a reality! What is surprising is that our friend does not complain that both Ruling Party MLAs and Opposition MLAs wear only white shirts and white veshtis. They could opt for other colours as in sports! And how is it that our female politicians do not wear white sarees and white blouses! Last night in the IPL, I watched the match between Mumbai Indians and Gujarat Titans. Surprisingly, both were in Blue! We notice that none of the ten IPL teams has adopted white as their uniform colour. It could be that they dont want to be mistaken for a politician or somebody in the medical service! Both in Sports and in Medicine one has to act according to the rules and within a stipulated time frame. But most of our Governments are a law unto themselves. From the newspapers we learn that the States' share of the GST revenue is never released in time to the States by the Central Government. The Achche Din is only for a select, favoured few. more