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2007-11-05
Name: Editor How do you celebrate Diwali in your home? Do you try to make sure that your celebrations are not harming the environment around you? Are fireworks an integral part of your Diwali celebrations?
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2007-11-05
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Name: Nishant
Subject:  I love my crackers
I think this concept of reducing celebrations is all nonsense. Why shouldn' t people be allowed to enjoy themselves. Sure crackers may be a little noisy but its all a part of the celebrations. Besides its only for a few days. If it is so disturbing just close your windows and go to sleep. You must learn to let some things be.
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2007-11-05
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Name: Vineeta
Subject:  bad attitude
It is attitude like yours which is why most people do not have an opportunity to enjoy their Diwali. How would you like it if you were seriously ill and needed rest but you could not get any because the neighbourhood brat was bursting loud firecrackers. A festival is no reason for uncouth and inconsiderate behaviour.
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2007-11-05
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Name: Aradhana
Subject:  Eco friendly is the way to go
I think this article is very timely. We have become so caught up in trying to outdo one another that we have forgotten what Diwali is all about. Instead of spending money on costly fireworks, why not try to use the same money for charitable purposes instead. Even you will feel happier about it.
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