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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Vishwanathan Anand is a Spanish

Vishwanathan Anand is a Spanish



Hey countrymen, run and get tattoos with scribbles Indian designed all over your body. Else you risk your nationality. Be careful. Hurry!

It is so hard to gain nationality of a country, sometimes you have to prove your nationality continuously in songs, in phrases; but it is so easy to lose it. Anyone can brand you a foreigner and you lose your nationality.

Recently a wide survey was conducted by the HRD across the country and it was found that many people who are living in India are foreigners while they are wrongly recorded as Indians. According to an estimate, publishers and printers have to invest millions of rupees in revising and making correction to their records.

Few of the popular players who are wrongly recorded as Indians are:



Vishwanathan Anand, a chess World champion, is a Spanish.
S Banguly, a cricketer, is an English.
Sidharth, an archery master, is a Swedish.
L Kathor, a shooter, is a German.
R R Yogi, an athlete, is a Canadian.
P T Siksha, an athlete, is a Japanese.
B Sithiya, a footballer, is a Chinese.
Balli, a WWF champion, is an American.
S Mirda, a badminton player, is a Pakistani.
P Mehwal, a tennis player, is a French.

I lament why we do not have our own players in the arena.

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