Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Nope. The reason for the demand of the original Ayodhya temple is not only the fact that a temple was underneath the Masjid. The belief that Ayodhya is the birth place of Lord Ram is a more important ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
It is general answer to the general inference which I can take out from the question. The above 2 arguments are parallel in nature.1) What is the purpose of temple? and what is the ultimate goal of a ... read more
Answer - by Shashidhar Suman
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Shashidhar Suman, B.Tech in ME from NIFFT Ranchi (expected 2020)
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
No matter who you are, you will die No matter who you are, you will be fucked by your lifeNo matter who you are, you will end up paying taxsNo matter how much you love her/him, you will hate even ... read more
Answer - by Shashidhar Suman

Do you think India needs the Chinese Way of Governance instead of democracy as China has progressed with that rapidly?

Is the Chinese One party autocracy far better than Indian democracy on the Indian context? Kindly give some stats to be helpful!!
SH
Shashidhar Suman, B.Tech in ME from NIFFT Ranchi (expected 2020)
Answered 3 weeks ago
No, India does not need Chinese system of governance at all for achieving development. It is the market, which determines the economy of the country.Democracy with open market= USA, UK,Japan are ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao

Apart from defeating Grindelwald, what did Dumbledore actually do?

What are Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore's professional achievements? What examples of his mastery of wizardry exist?
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
The books mention that he did do a lot of things other than defeating Grindelwald. Some of them are:Found 12 uses for dragon blood.Kept Voldermort at bay during the first Wizarding War.Kept Hogwarts ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Economic reforms often affect the population negatively for a short while. Both Demonetisation and GST had negative effects. Even the push for Digital India was met with criticism due to the digital ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao

Can Thanos make a comeback?

Will Thanos come back to the MCU after his death?
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
He might. Nothing concrete has been announced but if Marvel chooses to introduce Lady death in the MCU, he might be able to come back like he did in the comics. In the comics, he was obsessed over ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
For me it was Stan Lee’s cameo.In the beginning it was not clear what he was cameoing as but Marvel then gave us an explanation. It was memorable because it was probably Stan Lee’s last cameo. We ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Why is the rainbow bridge too fragile to carry me? Can the elves improve it?Should I embark on another journey with humans?Why can’t I see through magic?How did Loki, a giant have a wolf, a snake ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
In Hong Kong, on 26th June 2019, two police officers were seen attacking and repeatedly hitting a patient in a hospital. Whatever be the reason such violent behaviour can not be justified.China is ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Probably not. Marvel will continue making movies and over the years they have probably perfected the art of producing movies. With Disney at the helm, the MCU will continue making movies with bigger ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao

Can Thanos lift Mjolnir?

In comics or the cinematic universe, was Thanos ever worthy?
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
As far as the Cinematic universe is concerned, Thanos has never wielded Mjolnir.His ability to lift the Stormbreaker is not an indication of his worthiness as the Stormbreaker did not have any such ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Iron Man 1: The Making of a HeroHoward Stark built weapons because that was necessary during the time and he could allow anybody to buy them as only countries had the kind of money. Things however ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Our schools and colleges have always taught in the bottom up approach to learning except in very low classes. The bottom up approach is the practice of teaching the very basic essentials of a ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao

Do you think India needs the Chinese Way of Governance instead of democracy as China has progressed with that rapidly?

Is the Chinese One party autocracy far better than Indian democracy on the Indian context? Kindly give some stats to be helpful!!
AN
Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
I'm firmly against autocracy. I believe a democratic government where the government at the very least has to pretend like it listens to its citizens is the best form of government. An autocracy is ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Absolutely not. Moral policing is a strict no-no from me.If two people want to kiss or hug, they should not have any judicial or criminal action taken against them. If someone does not want to see ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
I didn't leave Quora and join Chanqya. I joined Chanqya as soon as I came to know of it. I was a member of both platforms until today. Due to my semester exams, I had decided to deactivate any social ... read more
Answer - by Chandraprakash Bora
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Chandraprakash Bora, Meditation practitioner
Answered 4 weeks ago

Life, in it's truest sense, is "pure awareness". Never born, can never die.

Answer - by Ashok Dhamija
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 4 weeks ago
The relevant extracts from the Supreme Court judgment in the Ayodhya case are as under:“Suit 5 has been held to be maintainable at the behest of the first plaintiff (the deity of Lord Ram) who is a ... read more
Answer - by Ashok Dhamija

If SPG cover can be provided to Atal Bihari Vajpayee till his death then why it shouldn't be provided to Gandhi family?

Who will be responsible if anything undesirable happens to any of these 3 people? Threat perception wasn't high for Vajpayee but he still enjoyed SPG cover till his death.
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Ashok Dhamija, Supreme Court Advocate, Ex-IPS, Founder of chAnQya.com
Answered 4 weeks ago (Edited 4 weeks ago)
Firstly, please appreciate that Atal Bihari Vajpayee himself was the Prime Minister. On the other hand, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra have NEVER been Prime Minister themselves. ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 4 weeks ago (Edited 4 weeks ago)
It is representation of our society, what and how we wants things and to what people gets attacked. Camera and filters are the combination, and there was a time and to some extent it is now as well, ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

Do you think India needs the Chinese Way of Governance instead of democracy as China has progressed with that rapidly?

Is the Chinese One party autocracy far better than Indian democracy on the Indian context? Kindly give some stats to be helpful!!
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 4 weeks ago
Definitely. A developed nation is the one which has an average per capita income of $10,000 or more. Today China's average per capita income is almost $10,000. Which means it is a developed nation. ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 4 weeks ago
You forget that our system has been bent to the likes of politicians for taking bribes and indulging in corruption. If you reform the rules it will take time to find loopholes in it. (Just as we took ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 4 weeks ago
It is okay to urinate in public and to smoke in public. But it is taboo to kiss in public!? Besides, whether a law is made or not I have seen couples kissing in public. No one does anything about it. ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 4 weeks ago
The endless pursuit of happiness through self identification of the individual in this society is life in its truest sense. This is according to me. ... read more