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America needs to import half of Indian Software Engineers.
 
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Future american software Engineers will be 500 Million. It will soon rise from 300 Million to 500 million as it needs to import technology workers from other countries so that CEOs and CTOs are become more richer and richer through the modern slave mechanism. Companies will show profits and Good technology people in america will sweep the roads and work in Burger King and McDonalds.
[ June 09, 2003: Message edited by: Sanjeev Kanna ]
 
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Your numbers are obviously incorect, and a simple glance at the current US census would have made that clear to you. 200 million software engineers? The entire US population is only 300 million. So what you're saying is that everyone in my neighborhood needs to be a software engineer, right?
Hmm, your logic just might be flawed, just a thought, I may be wrong
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yeah really this whole india issue is a waisted topic
 
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Originally posted by Sanjeev Kanna:
America needs to import half of Indian Software Engineers.


I do not know whether America needs to do that or not, but I do know that you either do not know how to spell your name correctly or do not pay attention to details or this is not your real name or are a non-India or South Indian who hasn't had much contact with North India or ...
Khanna is always spelt with an 'h' after 'K'.
 
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Originally posted by Sara Jahan:

I do not know whether America needs to do that or not, but I do know that you either do not know how to spell your name correctly or do not pay attention to details or this is not your real name or are a non-India or South Indian who hasn't had much contact with North India or ...
Khanna is always spelt with an 'h' after 'K'.


Well, that's assuming that he's used to writing his name using the Roman alphabet. In a lot of languages, the sound often transliterated as "kh" is a single letter.
I don't know about his being Indian, but if he truly thinks that the American computer job market is growing, he's obviously not living here!
 
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Originally posted by Sara Jahan:

I do not know whether America needs to do that or not, but I do know that you either do not know how to spell your name correctly or do not pay attention to details or this is not your real name or are a non-India or South Indian who hasn't had much contact with North India or ...
Khanna is always spelt with an 'h' after 'K'.


I agree.The spelling mistake of the last name is glaring.The above topic is not worth discussing as the points are not substantiated anywhere. The person seems to be rambling or trying to incite passion/hatred.
 
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Originally posted by Chitra Kumar:

I agree.The spelling mistake of the last name is glaring.The above topic is not worth discussing as the points are not substantiated anywhere. The person seems to be rambling or trying to incite passion/hatred.


Agree. Infact what I am noticing or better to say,suspecting, that in many a discussions, the first message (which happens to be a one carrying some soft topic) and the subsequent 2-3 messages (opposing first message)after that seems to be from a single person or a group, aims to incite hatred.
 
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