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Orpheus
August 14, 2002, 07:49 AM
August 14, 2002

//A MUSLIM cricket fan

"We will never support India," Amin added. "Whenever India is playing, we will always support the opposing team. Whenever Pakistan is playing, we will always support Pakistan."


"If India is playing Israel, we will even support Israel," he said emphatically"



[Edited on 14-8-2002 by Orpheus]

Orpheus
August 14, 2002, 07:58 AM
//Big Phill

Unfortunately for Big Phil, he had already stirred up public opinion with an astonishing attack on Pele.

During a skiing holiday in the Chilean Andes, Scolari claimed that... //here is the quote

"Pele knows nothing about football" and added: "If you want to win a title, you have to listen to what Pele says and then do the opposite."

Orpheus
August 14, 2002, 08:10 AM
Bindra - Asif's indian rival

Bindra, who had led the qualifying round, said he was shattered by the outcome of the event.

"I was very disappointed. I thought I could have won it but that's just the way it goes," said the Indian.

"It was not that nerve-wrecking. I wanted to fight hard. I tried to do it but it just didn't go my way.

It was a little surprising to see Bangladesh win. However, he had a good final - let's see where he is in four year's time.


[Edited on 14-8-2002 by Orpheus]

Mahmood
August 15, 2002, 01:30 PM
Thanks for sharing those quotes. The first one is very disturbing. So called muslim will even support Israel against India.

It pretty much sums up whats wrong with those muslims(!).

Orpheus
August 20, 2002, 09:09 PM
//Discussion on the level of Bengali language of the English Medium Students.
"English Medium Students in trouble"


It is absolutely correct that English Medium students have very poor knowledge of their mother tongue. I am a teacher in one of the English Medium schools. I have just joined and was stunned to find out the students' poor knowledge in Bengali.
Last week I took a test in my class (standard IV) where the students were to write the word meaning of some Bengali words (in English).
I was astonished when none of them got full marks (I have 35 students in my class) and one student wrote the English meaning of pathshala (school) as jute-brother-in-law [pat (jute) shala (brother-in-law)]

Edit reason : format




[Edited on 21-8-2002 by Orpheus]